Chocolate for Fondue
Which Fondue Product to Choose?
With so many different types of chocolate for fondue, it's hard to pick what's great from the wide variety of products available. Here are my recommendations for a perfect chocolate fondue night, whether you are planning on using a chocolate fountain or a chocolate fondue pot.
A lot of chocolate lovers swear by this Liquid Fondue Chocolate. It comes in 3 pound packages and the typical fondue fountain needs about 3 to 5 lbs to work properly, so you may need to get two when you order them online. The great thing about this particular chocolate mix is that it's already liquefied.
Simply add it to your chocolate fountain and your guests are ready to enjoy delicious, high quality chocolate on their fruit dippers.
If you are looking to surprise your guests with something different yet still easy to prepare and great tasting, you may be interested in this SF Signature Fondue Chocolate, White Chocolate fondue mix.
Simply melt the chocolate in your fountain fondue. No need to add oil. Once again, I recommend that you buy two packages as each package contains less than 1 kg (2 pounds). This rich and decadent Belgian white chocolate is sure to please the white chocolate lovers amongst the crowd.
Sephra also makes excellent fondue mixes:
Each one of these chocolate mixes are ready to be used in your fountain. Simply melt the pellets. Nothing to add. Make sure to buy at least two packages as they come in 2 pound packages, which isn't enough to fill most chocolate fountains.
For those of you who prefer using the more traditional chocolate fondue pot for your dessert fondue, here is a brand that makes several delicious flavors of chocolate fondue that are easy to prepare.
Simply remove the lid and put it in the microwave for two to three minutes, then transfer to your fondue pot.
Perfect chocolate for fondue in a snap. Could life be easier? Here are some of the flavors available:
Sephra Chocolate & Fondue
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