5 Easy Steps: Chocolate Fondue

It’s easy to make the most decadent dark chocolate fondue you’ve ever tasted with this recipe from the Beka Fondue Set. Use it to dip a variety of treats.

You don’t have to leave the comfort of your own house to enjoy a delicious chocolate fondue. You and your loved ones may play with the food, dip just about everything you two want, and enjoy the experience.

Thanks to its simplicity, a chocolate fondue dish is prepared in as little as 15 minutes. A fondue is melted chocolate, or chocolate-covered pastry served with a spoon or spatula. Long forks or skewers are used to dip food into a fondue pot filled with melted chocolate or sauces in this traditional form of fondue cooking.


To make this dessert, you only need a few things:

  • Dark Chocolate
  • Heavy Whipping Cream
  • Milk
  • Butter
  • Fruits or marshmallows to dip.

Let your imagination go wild!

Rice crispy treats are a tasty alternative to traditional desserts such as cake or pretzels. White chocolate is the most difficult to melt, and it burns readily. Dark chocolate, on the other hand, melts rapidly. A single serving of this dish has 310 calories. Ideally, this meal should be presented as a sweet treat.



  • Dark chocolate, 8 ounces (226 grams)
  • Heavily whipped 100 ccs of heavy cream
  • 100 mL of milk
  • Butter is a tablespoon
  • marshmallows and/or biscuits with berries and bananas


  1. Pour the whipped cream and milk into a saucepan and break the chocolate into bits.
  2. Stir the mixture until it is completely melted over low heat in the pot.
  3. Add the butter to the chocolate sauce and swirl to mix well.
  4. Make sure the fondue pot has enough room for the chocolate.
  5. Light the Chocolate Crinkle burner and enjoy your favorite chocolate-covered fruits, marshmallows, or biscuits.
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