Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

This has a marvelous flavor and is perfect on french bread, fruit slices, pumpernickel bread, crackers, or vegetables. You do not need a fondue pot to make this dip; just place it in a heavy bowl that will keep it warm.


  1. Bring the apple cider to a boil or microwave on high until the cider is reduced by half.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients to the boiling cider, and mix well.
  3. Continue to heat until the mixture is smooth and bubbling hot.
  4. Briskly whisk the fondue to make sure it is smooth.
  5. Pour into a pre-warmed serving dish.
  6. Serve immediately.
Most Helpful

Was really looking forward to a great fondue.....I found the recipe to have an "off" taste....I used cider liked the recipe stated, reduced...The sweet taste with the cheese just not as good as I had hoped...was going to send some with my son to college and he didn't care for it either....

Chef Deb December 01, 2008

I found this recipe on Perfect Entertaining, and it was absolutely amazing. I served it in the baked pumpkin from Pumpkin Cheese Fondue, and everyone thought it was so creative and delicious. I served it with carrots, broccoli, and french bread. This is definitely a keeper, and I passed it on to everyone who came to the party!

Starrynews November 01, 2007