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Fun with Fondue #37 - Happy Easter - Fondue for Easter
March 26, 2016

Happy Easter!

For many of us, Easter is a long weekend spent with family and friends. Whether you're planning to host a quiet dinner at home or are busy preparing a feast for your entire extended family, you can incorporate fondue in your Easter plans as a main meal, appetizer or dessert.

This month's newsletter includes a few fondue recipes and an activity idea that you can incorporate in your Easter plans.

Fondue Tip of The Month

If you're celebrating Easter with children, I recommend an Easter Egg Hunt followed by chocolate fondue. All you have to do is hide milk chocolate eggs throughout the house, on the porch or in various places, have the kids find them, then unwrap and place them in the fondue pot while you cut some fresh fruit to dip in the melted chocolate.

Here's a milk chocolate fondue recipe (orange liqueur is optional):

Monthly Recipe Idea

Here's a tasty wine-based cheese fondue recipe you can use either as an appetizer or a main meal:

If you're planning on serving fondue as a meal on Easter, I highly recommend this delicious broth recipe, inspired by the French "Coq au vin" dish. Red wine is added to the broth, and you can cook thin slices of chicken, cherry tomatoes and mushrooms in it.

You'll also find a list of recommended dippers and dipping sauces on the recipe page.

And of course, Easter wouldn't be Easter without chocolate:

Food For Thought

"Don't put all of your eggs in one basket."

- Anonymous

That's it for this month.

Want more fondue tips and ideas? Browse through my collection of fondue recipes or explore my fondue site in French.

Until next month, be careful with open flames, and have fun with fondue!


Caroline Begin

P.S. Get the complete guide to hosting a Greek-Inspired beef broth fondue dinner today!

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