Creme Brulee Fondue (from the Melting Pot)
white chocolate chips
heavy whipping cream
1 1/2 tsp
1(I use an electric fondue pot for this recipe, but you can also use a double boiler).
2Melt white chocolate chips and heavy whipping cream, stirring until smooth.
3Add caramel syrup.
4Sprinkle carmelized sugar over the top of the fondue.
5Spritz with the liqueur and light on fire (this will further carmalize your sugar).
6Keep warm, stirring occasionally, and serve with your favorite dippers!
7The left over chocolate (if there is any) can be stored in the refrigerator and reheated later!
Doreen Fish dfish - Feb 4, 2011
Oh my!!! Thank you .....looks sinful!!!
Kim Biegacki pistachyoo - Jun 14, 2011
Oh, I just love the Melting Pot!!! I always look forward to going there, especially with my girlfriends on "The Girl's Night Out" that they have at the Cleveland, OH Melting Pot. We have so much fun together! It was my Christmas gift to my closest friends a few years ago and it was the best gift I could have given. None of them had ever been there before. It is very affordable too. Plus, you get the extra of getting some type of spa treatment too.
Oh, getting carried away when I saw Melting Pot. hehe
This recipe looks delish as do all your recipes. I especially like your Candyland Cake. It is just gorgeous! I made an Army Tank cake for my nephews that I posted on here just recently. It is a work of love as you stated, as it took me and one of my friends several hours to make that Army Tank too.
Look forward to trying some of your recipes. Kim