Recipe: Chocolate Fondue
I made some savory cheese and oil fondues for La Crema this week, so you know I had to take a few extra minutes and whip up a chocolate fondue! I have been really into raspberries lately--I love them on their own, but you really can't beat a fresh berry dipped in warm chocolate sauce. I also picked up some strawberries, blackberries, and some really beautiful satsuma mandarins.
This recipe is really easy--you only really need the two main ingredients (cream and chocolate), but I like to add about a tablespoon of butter to make it super smooth and silky.
- 1 cup heavy cream
- 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 tablespoon of grass-fed butter (optional but encouraged!)
- Use your fondue pot (or a regular saucepan) to heat up the cream.
- Slowly add chocolate and stir to combine as everything melts together.
- Add the butter and stir to combine. Transfer to fondue pot if you prepared the sauce on the stove. Serve with fresh fruit (you could also dip cookies and marshmallows--whatever your heart desires!).
This recipe is delicious on its own as a treat, but it was even better following the other fondues I made, plus a glass or two of La Crema wines--I poured their Monterey Pinot Gris and some Monterey Chardonnay as well. I'm already planning a low-key Valentine's Day at home with this exact same menu.
This post is brought to you in partnership with La Crema. For more fondue recipes, check out my post on their blog today!