This Nestle Aero chocolate fondue recipe can be made in almost no time, and yes, you can use Nestle chocolate bars for fondue.
Chocolate fondue is one of the most appreciated dessert fondue recipes. Who wouldn’t appreciate dunking pieces of fresh fruit into melted chocolate? I’m hungry just thinking about it!
Spicy Chocolate Fondue
|200 ml||(1 can)||Evaporated Milk|
|200 g||(7 oz)||Nestle Aero bar or other dessert chocolate (broken into small pieces)|
|1 ml||(1/4 tsp)||Chili powder|
|2 ml||(1/2 tsp)||Ground Cardamom|
|Assortment of Fruit Dippers|
1. In a saucepan over medium heat, bring the evaporated milk to a boil.
2. Remove from heat and transfer into your chocolate fondue pot (do not light the candle just yet).
3. Add the chocolate (broken up into pieces), give it time to melt, and stir.
4. Light the candle (or turn on the electrical element) and make sure the mixture is smooth.
5. Add chili powder and cardamom and mix well.
6. Put a piece of fruit on a skewer and dip it into your Nestle chocolate fondue recipe. Enjoy!
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Chocolate Fondue Pots
You can use different types of fondue pots to make chocolate fondue. If you make lots of other fondues (like cheese fondue, hot oil fondue or broth fondue), I recommend a versatile, 3 in 1, electrical fondue pot like the Trudeau Alto 3 In 1 Electric Fondue Set.
If you only intend on making chocolate fondue, you can use an electrical pot meant for chocolate fondue only, like the Wilton Chocolate Pro Electric Melting Pot, or buy a candlelit chocolate fondue pot like the Trudeau Beco Chocolate Fondue Set, which is perfect for chocolate fondue and caramel fondue. Mmmmm! Delicious!
Pretty much anything goes with this Nestle chocolate fondue recipe, but try some of these dippers:
- Banana slices
- Apple slices
- Pear slices
- Vanilla wafers
- Assorted nuts