Halloween Cheddar Fondue (for the adults)

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

Fondues are back and what a better time to try one than Halloween. You can serve this outdoors while watching the little nippers and the fireworks. It tastes great

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat the cider or beer to a simmer over medium-low heat.
  2. Toss together the cheese and the cornstarch.
  3. Add cheese in large handfuls to the simmering liquid.
  4. When the fondue is creamy (you may have to stir once), combine the butter, mustard,& worcestershire and add to the fondue.
  5. Stir constantly with a wooden spoon until silky& smooth.
  6. Season with cayenne and place in a table top fondue dish and place over heater.
  7. Keep the fondue at a gentle simmer.
  8. Guests then spear the bread dip in the hot fondue and MMMmmmmm.
Most Helpful

The title of this fondue is amusing. A lovely fondue with surprising flavours. The name of this fondue should be changed to The Great White North Fondue as its primary ingredient is Canadian sharp cheddar. Remember to use a Canadian beer in the recipe as well. Give yourself and your guests a treat. Then again I may be wrong in assuming the name of the fondue is not appropriate. A good disguise...cheers to the canucks!

a_karamanoglou October 01, 2001

I made this for a football party and everyone loved it. I used regular beer since I didn't have any non-alcoholic. My dh doesn't like traditional swiss fondue, but loved this. Was very easy and I will make it again. Hokiegal.

hokiegal November 05, 2002

I LLLOOOOOVEEE fondue! need garlic lots of garlic...can't have a fondue without garlic!!! (vampires beware!)... Well, now I think about it I dont want garlic in my chocolate fondue... I'll have to dig up the recipe and post it :)

Samuel Holden October 22, 2001

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