Minted Milk Chocolate Fondue

Lynnda Cloutier


Chocolate covered mint candies provide the perfect proportion of sweet and dark chocolate to refreshing hint of mint in this easy dessert. Strawberries, banana chunks, plain cookies and bits of cake are naturals for dunking, but don’t overlook the decadent delight of other treats, such as pretzels, marshmallows, and even crème filled chocolate cookies.Unknown source


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    2/3 cup heavy cream
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    1/4 cup milk
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    10 small round (1 1/2 inch) chocolate covered peppermint candies, such as york peppermint patties, chopped
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    8 oz. milk chocolate, chopped
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    1 to 2 tbsp. chocolate peppermint liqueur such as vandermint, or 1/2 tsp. peppermint extract

How to Make Minted Milk Chocolate Fondue


  1. In medium pan, mix the cream and milk. cook over medium low heat, watching carefully, just til heated through.
  2. Add peppermint patties and cook, stirring til mostly melted. gradually add milk chocolate and cook, stirring constantly til melted and smooth. Stir in liqueur or peppermint extract.
  3. Transfer to ceramic fondue pot and set over a low flame. Regulate the heat, if possible, to keep fondue warm, not hot. If it begins to boil,k turn off heat Makes 2 1/ cups, 6 to 8 servings

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About Minted Milk Chocolate Fondue

Course/Dish: Chocolate

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