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Toblerone Fondue

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Introduction

Buying the fondue set was my first mistake...

Please read the Additional Information section at the end of the recipe before proceeding.

For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.

Buying the fondue set was my first mistake...

Please read the Additional Information section at the end of the recipe before proceeding.

For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.

Toblerone Fondue
Photo by James Merrell

Ingredients

Serves: 4

Metric Cups

For the Fondue

  • 500 grams toblerone chocolate
  • 250 millilitres double cream
  • 60 millilitres milk

For Dipping Into the Fondue

  • marshmallows
  • bananas
  • strawberries

For the Fondue

  • 1 pound toblerone chocolate candy bars
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • ¼ cup milk

For Dipping Into the Fondue

  • marshmallows
  • bananas
  • strawberries

Method

  1. Break up the Toblerone into pieces and melt the Toblerone, cream and milk together, using a no-doubt as yet unused fondue set — following the instructions that came with — or I suppose you could make do with a bowl over a pan of simmering water.
  2. Stir together and then if you want to minimise mess — though it's a losing battle — pour small amounts into warmed bowls for each child. Mine are resolute about having the flame — why wouldn't they be? It's potentially dangerous — and so I go along with it. It's a bit late to turn draconian.
  1. Break up the Toblerone into pieces and melt the Toblerone, cream and milk together, using a no-doubt as yet unused fondue set — following the instructions that came with — or I suppose you could make do with a bowl over a pan of simmering water.
  2. Stir together and then if you want to minimise mess — though it's a losing battle — pour small amounts into warmed bowls for each child. Mine are resolute about having the flame — why wouldn't they be? It's potentially dangerous — and so I go along with it. It's a bit late to turn draconian.

Additional Information

If you want to make this into a grown-up fondue, and believe me, there are takers, replace the milk with Amaretto.

MAKE AHEAD / STORE:
It is not advisable to make ahead. Leftovers can be stored, covered in the fridge for up to 3 days. Warm gently in a microwave, stirring frequently, until warm and liquefied.

If you want to make this into a grown-up fondue, and believe me, there are takers, replace the milk with Amaretto.

MAKE AHEAD / STORE:
It is not advisable to make ahead. Leftovers can be stored, covered in the fridge for up to 3 days. Warm gently in a microwave, stirring frequently, until warm and liquefied.

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What 1 Other has said

  • It's worth buying a fondue set just to make this recipe.

    Posted by DFenton on 17th August 2015
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