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This is always a big hit over the holidays, any holiday.
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- Combine caramels, milk, and cream cheese in a large Dutch oven; cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until caramels melt and mixture is smooth.
- Add additional milk if mixture is too thick for dipping.
- Spoon into fondue pot or chafing dish.
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I made this for our New Year's Eve fondue dinner and dessert. We had butter pretzels, Recipe #198138, marshmallows, apples and bananas to dip. I also had chopped chocolate to sprinkle on top. My family loved the bananas the most followed by the apples. They thought the marshmallows were over the top sweet. The next time I make this I'll probably do half the recipe just for 4-6 people. This is really sweet and a little goes a long way. Thanks for a fun dessert that my DD talked about for days.1Reply
This was incredible! We made it on New Years Eve and dipped Granny Smith apples in it. It was so rich and creamy. The only problem I had was that their were still small pieces of cream cheese present that I could never get to melt--although I see now that it needed to be soft, and I think we pulled right from the fridge. It still tasted yummy, but if you want it to be completely smooth, be sure to start with soft cream cheese as noted. Thanks for posting! We will make this again.Reply
I cant believe I forgot to review this!!! I am sooooo sorry. Every year on New Years eve we do fondue dinner followed by fondue dessert. I made this new years eve and it is FABULOUS!!!! We had an assortment of apples, marshmallows, Vienna fingers and bananas and a few other things. This will be made again!!! Thanks so much for a winner of a recipe!!!!! KarenReply
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