Nothing is sexier than oozy, gooey, delicious fondue. Even better when you share with that special someone — or a group of close friends. It's the perfect interactive meal to serve on special occasions. Whether cheesy or chocolate-filled, try your hand at fondue this year.
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The classic combination of spinach and artichokes is seen in this awesome spinach and artichoke fondue.
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Goat cheese gets its time to shine in the spotlight with this slow cooker goat cheese fondue.
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Adding peppers like jalapeños to this cheesy roasted jalapeño fondue makes for a great way to "spice" up your night.
Swiss cheese fondue is the classic preparation, since Swiss cheese has such great flavor.
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Adding beer not only adds flavor but gives a fondue such smooth texture, so make sure to whip up some of this spicy beer cheese fondue.
Liquid pizza? That's what this cheesy pizza fondue basically is — and we're in love.
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Another gorgeous fondue that showcases goat cheese, this goat cheese fondue with fried sage looks stark white and gorgeous with a touch of green from the fried sage.
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If only we could redo our Super Bowl party and make this Buffalo chicken fondue. Bet our team would have had better luck.
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White wine and Swiss cheese are a classic preparation. Try this white wine Swiss fondue tonight.
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This cheesy pancetta fondue dip is made in individual ramekins, perfect for those of us who don't like sharing our cheese.
Some Irish beer and a whole pound of cheddar mean this fondue will be over-the-top delicious.
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Cabernet chocolate fondue — probably the most romantic way to dip into chocolate heaven.
If you love red velvet desserts, then this red velvet fondue is just the thing for you.
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Adding honey to fondue adds a hint of natural sweetness to this chocolate and honey fondue recipe.
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A hint of spice and a traditional Mexican recipe make this spicy Mexican hot chocolate fondue a fun date night idea.
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Making fondue in the slow cooker is genius. It keeps the fondue at the ideal temperature, so try this slow cooker chocolate fondue for when you're hosting big parties.
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The touch of peppermint in this chocolate-peppermint fondue makes for a great winter feel.
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