French Fondue Chocolate Dessert Recipe

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French Fondue Chocolate Dessert
Preparation Time:
15 Minutes
Occasion Recipes
New Years Eve
Sterno Fondue Pot, Fondue Forks
Skill Level:

French Fondue Chocolate Dessert Ingredients

  • 8 Ounce less sweetened Baking Chocolate (find the fine quality baking chocolate you. Or, you can also use your favorite good quality dark chocolate having 70% cocoa component)
  • 6 Apricots cut in four pieces
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 2 peeled and sliced Pears
  • 1/2 cup half cut slices of Strawberries
  • 1/2 Seedless Grapes
  • 3 peeled and separated Clementine

Preparation Method for French Fondue Chocolate Dessert Recipe

Step 1: Clean and prepare all fruits.

Step 2: Break chocolate into small pieces. In a double-boiler, melt chocolate. Ensure that the water in the bain-marie never boils, only allow it to simmer.

Step 3: Once chocolate has melted, slowly add and stir in cream, and allow it to get smooth. Make sure that the bain-marie water must not boil!

Step 4: Your French Fondue is ready to serve. 

Variation Tips:

Of course, you can use any type of fruits you would like to! You can also serve it with small coconut or butter cookies, cigarette cookies, or French Madeleine biscuits. You can try your ideas and can serve with any kind of stuff that can be dipped into it. So many foods taste great dipped in hot chocolate, so explore your imagination and try out new tastes and ideas!

Traditionally, a French fondue chocolate dessert is mostly prepared with dark (or semi-sweet) chocolate. But you can also try this recipe to prepare it with milk or white chocolate. The only thing you have to ensure is whatever chocolate you are using should of course be of reasonably high quality.

Serving Tips

You can serve this chocolate fondue dessert recipe in your cooking pot right away, but be alert it should not burn your table! Nevertheless, if you wish to make things different and fancier, pour the hot chocolate into a fondue bowl and serve it right away.

In place of fondue forks you can also use regular forks, or if you prefer, short skewers as well. But just make sure you handle it carefully.