This chocolate fondue recipe makes naughty-but-nice dessert in a matter of minutes, and is a great way to add a sharing element to dessert time. It's also an easy option for catering to people who have different flavour preferences – because there's an almost infinite variety of things that can be dipped in warm chocolate (ok, maybe not carrots).
To have the absolute best chocolate fondue experience, we recommend investing in a fondue pot: not only do these ingenious devices prevent chocolate from spilling everywhere, but they will also keep the fondue delectably warm. Don't have/want one? Not a problem – you can just serve the fondue in the saucepan you made it in.
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How to make chocolate fondue
To serve four people this delectable dessert, you'll need:
- Dark chocolate, finely chopped, 400 grams
- Double cream, 200 ml
- A pinch of salt
1. In a saucepan, warm up the cream on medium heat until it begins to gently simmer at the edges. Be careful not to boil the cream – just get it to a nice, warm temperature. As soon as it begins to simmer/bubble, take off the heat. Add a pinch of salt.
2. Add the chopped up chocolate and mix well with the cream until dissolved. If the consistency is not thick enough, add a bit more chocolate.
3. Transfer into a pondue pot if using. Serve in the middle of the table with a platter of strawberries, chopped up fruit, and marshmallows.