Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Directions

  1. in the top of a double boiler (or in a saucepan stacked on a smaller one) over hot water, heat cream until warm.
  2. add chocolate, stirring until melted and smooth.
  3. remove from heat.
  4. stir in liquer and transfer immediately to fondue pot over candle flame.
  5. serve with strawberries; kiwi slices; banana or apple slices.
  6. for butterscotch fondue, substitute 2tbsp half-and-half heavy cream and 1 tbsp kahlua for amaretto and add 8 oz.
  7. butterscotch chips.

Reviews

(1)
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I was attracted to this recipe because of it's simplicity. It's very good but it's not earth-shattering great. The light undertone flavor of the amaretto was really yummy. The consistency is a little thin so it runs off your dippers plus it's not that sweet, more of a dark smoky flavor. I think next time I'd use half bittersweet chocolate and half milk chocolate for a creamier taste. We used strawberries, bananas and cubed pound cake for dippers. Overall it was a lot of fun.

SaraFish May 18, 2003

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