Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

My family always wants me to make this for them! It's so perfect for the Holidays! I put this out on the table with other appetizers and let everyone dip at their own pace.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Rub inside of fondue pot with garlic.
  2. Discard garlic.
  3. Do at stovetop-------------------.
  4. Add beer to fondue pot and heat until boiling.
  5. Turn down heat.
  6. Coat grated cheeses with flour and add to pot.
  7. Heat slowly.
  8. At the table------------------.
  9. Turn on your fondue pot element.
  10. Put your fondue pot into place.
  11. Place one cube of bread onto the your fondue spear and dip into Cheese mixture.
  12. If mixture become too thick, thin it with a little beer by pouring it directly into fondue pot.


Most Helpful

Ate a pot of this without much help from anybody. I didn't feel very well afterwards.

misfit July 09, 2002

very good fondue! if I were to make it again, I think I would tweak the cheese and use more swiss/less cheddar. also, I added a dash of worchestire sauce and a bit of fresh ground pepper...

Kirstin in the Couv March 12, 2002

I followed the directions to a 't,' and mine was still quite stringy. That does NOT mean that we didn't eat the heck out of it, anyway! I did add i chopped green onion to the pot, as well as a few tsps of worcestershire sauce, as well as the hot sauce. I used fat tire beer and served with toasted rosemary seasalt bread cubes, pretezels, and sundried tomato wheat thins sticks. all were very tasty, and next time I think I'll even try apples!

Froggus. December 05, 2010

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