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Chocolate Fountain Fondue Recipes

Here are some Chocolate fountain fondue recipes for Caramel Sauce, Queso Cheese Sauce, White Chocolate & Cambozola Fondue, Caramel Sauce, and Maple Syrup.

Fondues date back to the days when peasants would melt cheese in a communal pot along with wine or brandy to dip dried-out breads and cheeses. Chocolate fondue and chocolate fountains are newcomers to the fondue scene but still provide a tasty and interactive food-dipping experience. Here are a few cheese recipes, along with info. We think you will find these chocolate fountian fondue recipes interesting and delicious!Queso Cheese Chocolate Fountain

Chocolate Fountain Fondue Recipe - Queso Cheese Sauce

10# of Velveeta cheese
2 QT of heavy cream or milk
2 QT of Picante sauce, pureed in a blender
Cumin to taste
Red pepper to taste

Puree Picante. Pour through strainer to remove chunks. Add to melting cheese and other ingredients, heating over medium heat, stirring frequently to avoid burning. Once cheese begins to melt, turn heat down to low and simmer until completely melted. Pour into pre-heated chocolate fountain. If mixture becomes thick, add additional cream or milk to thin. For more information about this Chocolate Fountain Recipe, contact

White Chocolate & Cambozola Fondue Fountain RecipeWhite Chocolate & Cambozola Chocolate Fountain

Mix 1 c. heavy cream with 1 1/2 lbs. white chocolate. Cook over low heat until melted. Add Cambozola cheese, stirring constantly until melted. For dipping: Toast 1 c. sweet coconut until golden brown and crush 1 c. frosted flakes into a dust. Dip strawberries, banana chunks, pineapple chunks, and melon into chocolate fondue recipe, then dip into frosted flakes dust and toasted coconut or sprinkle over fruit with a spoon. Serves 8. -- Modify this chocolate fondue recipe for use in chocolate fountains by adjusting the quantity to accommodate a home-model chocolate or commercial chocolate fountain, and substituting light cream or milk for a portion of the heavy cream so that the mixture flows smoothly over the fountain tiers.

Caramel Sauce Chocolate Fountain Fondue Recipe

You can make your own caramel sauce or simply purchase it. If you decide to make your own, most any recipe will work but keep in mind that your end result is supposed to be a caramel 'sauce.' If you cook your caramel too long it will not easily flow over your tiers. If you would like to simplify this, please visit our Online Store to purchase.

Maple Syrup Chocolate Fountain Fondue Recipe

You can make your own Maple syrup or purchase it. Keep in mind that you will need to achieve the same consistency of chocolate. Too thick and it will glug over the tiers. Too thin and the auger will not be able to push it up and over your chocolate fountain tiers. Maple Syrup Fountains are wonderful for breakfast buffets. Serve with French Toast on a stick, sausage on a stick, sausage wrapped with mini pancakes, etc.  Maple syrup will fill the air and is sure to delight your customers!

If you would like more information about Chocolate Fountain fondue Recipes, please contact The Chocolate Fountain at 512-201-4443 or toll free at 877.777.6982.

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