White Chocolate Fondue

Total Time:
12 min
5 min
7 min

6 servings


In a large saucepan over medium heat, combine cream and butter. Bring mixture to a simmer, stirring constantly. Remove pan from heat. Add white morsels. Stir until melted and smooth. Cool slightly. Transfer to a fondue pot, chafing dish, or ceramic bowl. Serve immediately with sliced apples, sliced bananas, strawberries, cookies, pretzels, and pound cake.

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    I made this yesterday, and it is delicious! Love it!
    I would like to make this for a choc. fountain which needs at least 5 pounds of white choc... will it still work if I cook it all together at once(5 batches at a time)
    Well, this was just excellent. I had never made fondue anything before and prepared this at a friend's New Years Eve gathering last night. I served with cookies, pound cake, fruit, pretzels, marshmallows and used for dippers chopped nuts, coconut, homemade granola and the fondue was incredible. And unbelievably easy. Thank you!
    I have made this recipe for years and my kids love it and is great for company. I have always omitted the butter and found no problems with that. Add a little bit of orange flavoring or liquor.
    The butter never intgrated into the morsels, too think to dip.
    We had some friends over for fondue and this recipe was a huge success. We call it "Fundue" now and can't wait to get together again.
    This fondue is fabulous! Add a shot of amaretto to make it extra yummy!
    This fondue was a hit at my party. I used one of those fondue "fountains" and it acted like a water cooler as everyone gathered around it :)
    dessert fondue!
    Our favorite dippers were the strawberries and cake.
    Skip this recipe.
    This recipe is so easy and delicious you won't believe the continueous raving comments you'll get from your guest.
    And the white chocolate had a very greasy feel to it.
    The butter was a bad idea. Gave it an unctuous mouth feel.
    Add a dash of amaretto and you'll have your guests climbing over the table to get more. Best dipper for this is brownie bites or strawberries! YUM!
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