Peanut Butter Fondue

"This is a delicious, more "sophisticated" take on peanut butter for all ages. Little ones will love the fun of dipping their food and older ones will enjoy rediscovering the joys of a good PB&J. Add chocolate, and you have a desert gauranteed to please all taste buds, perfect for fruit, ice-cream, cake, etc. Make it vegan by using margarine, soy milk, and vegan chocolate!"
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Ready In:
1 cup




  • Melt peanut butter, butter, sugar, salt, and milk over low heat, stirring often, or in Crock-Pot Little Dipper or fondue pot.
  • Stir until mixture is smooth and caramel colored, adding more milk as needed to reach a smooth dipping consistency.
  • If desired, add chocolate sauce and stir well.
  • Continue heating until warmed through.
  • Serve plain peanut butter fondue with toast and jam sandwiches as dippers; chocolate-peanut butter fondue is perfect for a variety of fruits as well as ice-cream, cake cubes, etc.
  • My sweetie and I eat the first half of this plain, with toast and jam, then add only 1/4 cup chocolate sauce to the remainder for our dessert.
  • Make this vegan by using margarine, soy milk, and vegan chocolate!

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  1. I just made this and found it to be very delicious!! I did, though, have to add more milk which didn't make much of a difference. It was still very thick in the end but had great taste! (I cooked mine over the stove) To eat, i dipped apples in it as well as pretzels which was great. thanks for posting!
  2. I made this last night. It came out so delicious. I had to add more milk to the mix in order to get it creamier.
  3. I found this to be perfect except i marinated beef cubes in butter with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder then i dipped the beef into the peanut butter fondue. It was excellent!
  4. This was fun for the kids and I to do. We felt that it was a bit thick though. I ended up adding almost 1/4 cup more milk and it didn't really change. We didn't add in any chocolate this time. We dipped chunks of banana, marshmallows and jam wraps in. Bananas were the hands down favourite! This was neat to do. Thanks for posting! UPDATE: I figured out what the problem was! We were trying to just use a pot on the stove. I am sure that if we were to use a Little Dipper or something, it would work great! I have one on my Christmas list. I will definitely make this again if I get one!



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