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Some more S’mores fondue ideas for the summer
July 20, 2020
If your summer plans were squashed like mine, you might be daydreaming about a campfire with roasted marshmallows. Here’s an idea for satisfying that craving, having a little family fun, and checking one thing off the to-do list for summer (even if you don’t actually get to go camping). This can go hand-in-hand with last month's fondue camping style idea or can be done inside in the air conditioning!
Monthly Fondue Tip
S'mores - Fondue Style!
1- Take out your S'mores Kit: graham crackers, marshmallows and Hershey milk chocolate.
2- Melt the chocolate into your chocolate fondue pot, using a tea light. If you want, you can add a dash of whipping cream or even milk to liquify the chocolate a little and make it better for dipping.
3- Place the marshmallow on your fondue fork, and roast it above another tea light. Careful! the fork may get hot, but the handle should remain cool.
4- Once the marshmallow reaches the perfect caramel color, dip it into your melted chocolate, then place the dipped marshmallow between 2 crackers, squeezing the crackers to hold on to the marshmallow and remove it from the fondue fork.
5- Enjoy, then enjoy it S’more!
Monthly Recipe Recommendation
S’mores Fondue Recipe Ideas
If you want a change from the traditional S’mores idea above, I recommend you use one of these recipes.
S’mores Fondue Recipe
Go full-on fondue with this S’mores inspired chocolate fondue recipe. No graham cracker sandwich with this version, the graham gets crumbled and added to the pot.S’mores Fondue Recipe
Chocolate Marshmallow Fondue Recipe
Another one that leaves behind the traditional sandwich. Just use the graham crackers as dippers.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Fondue Recipe
Big delicious spin: Chocolate and peanut butter. If you are like me you love all the chocolate and peanut butter combos. Use this to make a sandwich the traditional s’mores sandwich with marshmallow and graham crackers, or just use them as dippers. The sky’s the limit!
Food For Thought
- Linda Grayson
That's it for now. I truly hope that all of you are staying safe and healthy, and making the best out of this situation! I will be next back next month with another idea for fondue.
Want more free recipes? Visit my site and browse through the collection of fondue recipes.
Until then, be careful with open flames and have fun with fondue!
www.recettesdefondue.ca (en français)
P.S. New to meat fondue? Get the complete guide to hosting a Greek-Inspired beef broth fondue dinner today!
P.P.S. Or try fondue bourguignonne. Get the complete guide to hosting a French-Inspired beef oil fondue dinner today!
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