Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

I was actually looking for an asiago fondue recipe when I found an easy, warm asiago dip recipe on the Betty Crocker website. Unable to locate a desired fondue recipe that would focus on asiago cheese, as opposed to a combination of cheeses, I decided to use the dip recipe with some modifications. It turned out wonderfully, and it was so easy, so here is what I ended up making! I used light versions of the cream cheese and sour cream with success.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine cream cheese, sour cream, and asiago cheese in a microwave-safe bowl (or you can do this over the stovetop, as you prefer - melt down the cheeses and mix well).
  2. Heat for 1 minute in microwave, remove, and stir well. Repeat until the cheeses have melted down and the mixture is well combined, about 3 minutes.
  3. Add paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, and sun-dried tomatoes, and mix well.
  4. Serve in a mini crockpot set on warm, or in a fondue dish over a lit candle, to keep warm. Excellent with bread cubes, veggies, and baked potato wedges!
Most Helpful

YUMMY! I made as directed and served in a fondue pot (only to keep it warm) with warms slices of beer batter bread. This was gone in a heartbeat! I can't wait to make it again as all of our guests loved it and it was the perfect pre-cursor to our dinner party! [Made for Holiday Tag 2009].

~SarahBeth~ December 21, 2009

A bit disappointed. While it is good, it seems too mild or missing something.

cappsn December 29, 2010

I did half the recipe and melted the cheese in the microwave. So easy to do. I used fat-free sour cream, reduced-fat cream cheese. I had a hard time finding asiago cheese but it was worth it. The addition of the sun-dried tomatoes is great. I thought we had tostitos but seems like DH ate them all so at the last minute we had to eat it with plain chips (not the best) and cucumbers. Thanks Starrynews :) Made for Holiday tag

Boomette September 06, 2009