Friday, February 28, 2014

Brownie Batter Fondue Recipe

Strawberry dipped in brownie batter fondue.

Who doesn't love brownie batter? And what a delicious way to have it- via fondue! Brownie batter fondue is amazingly fantastic- it's rich, warm, and so gooey good. Cuddles The Turtle Fluffiefriend helped out making this tasty treat.

Ingredients You'll Need:


1/4 and 1 Tablespoon Heavy Whipping Cream
4 Tablespoons Brownie Mix
1 Cup Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

Directions:


Put all the ingredients in a bowl and heat, stirring often.
You can heat it in a double boiler, microwave, or slow cooker. If you microwave it, don't let it in for longer than 30 seconds at a time. Serve and enjoy. Oh it's soooo good! The ooey gooey goodness of brownie batter all heated up and ready for dipping! It has quickly become our favorite fondue- even surpassing Dark Chocolate. We both loved it with strawberries and strawberry ice cream dippers. Plus it makes the most amazing hot chocolate when you Recycle it! Oh my goodness- brownie batter fondue hot chocolate is so good!



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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Milky Way Fondue Recipe


Cheesecake dipped in Milky Way Fondue.

Milky Way fondue is so fun and delicious! It's playful and so rich. It is tasty new way to really enjoy the classic candy bar. Cuddles The Turtle Fluffiefriend helped out with the recipe.

Ingredients You'll Need:


1/4 and 1/8 Cup Milky Way Bites (or chopped up Milky Ways)
1/4 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream

Directions:


Heat up the Milky Ways and whipping cream in a bowl.

You can use a double boiler, a crock pot, or the microwave, stirring often. If you use the microwave don't heat for longer than 30 seconds at a time. The Milky Way fondue isn't as smooth as the other fondues, but it is utterly delicious. It tastes just like Milky Way and is so tasty. My favorite dipper was the chocolate ice cream, but my husband's favorite was cheesecake. A great way to Reuse the fondue is to swirl it through brownie batter before you bake it.




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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Dark Chocolate Fondue Recipe


Cherry dipped in dark chocolate fondue.

Nothing is more decadent and and rich than chocolate fondue. The rich, creamy texture and deep flavor, plus the process of dipping some of your favorite sweet treats in it just tops it off. Dark chocolate fondue is deeply luxurious and romantic. We've enjoyed it so much that we've had it for New Years, our proposal anniversary, and Valentine's Day. Cuddles The Turtle Fluffiefriend helped out.

Ingredients You'll Need:


1/4 Cup and 1 Tablespoon Heavy Whipping Cream
1 Cup Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips (or pieces of Dark Chocolate)
1 Tablespoon Dark Chocolate Cocoa Powder

Directions:


You can heat up the fondue in a double boiler, in the microwave, or in a crock pot. Just put in all the ingredients and stir often. If you do it in the microwave don't heat for longer than 30 seconds at a time. Serve and enjoy!

It's a delicious way to celebrate a romantic or fun evening. Our favorite dipper for dark chocolate is the classic- strawberry. It is amazingly delicious. Our favorite way to Reuse dark chocolate fondue is for icing cakes.




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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Fun Fondue


As I mentioned in Fondue For Four, my husband and I spent the first half of our Valentine's Day enjoying romantic fondue together. It really is fantastic for fun holidays or romantic evenings. (We even made some for the anniversary of his proposal (yes, we're that cheesy, we have a nice dessert to celebrate every year. :)) dark chocolate fondue for him and dark chocolate s'mores fondue for me.) So why post about it here? Whenever I tell my friends about our little fondue desserts they always are impressed, why? Because it sounds hard. But it's really not. The pure decadence is pretty easy to achieve. So then there's the question of how to make it. I hadn't measured the ingredients when I made fondue for New Years, so I couldn't give the exact measurements, but I've gotten a lot of requests for the exact measurements. This week I'll be posting fondue recipes-
Dark Chocolate Fondue

Milky Way Fondue

Brownie Batter Fondue

It's fun to pick red, white and pink things to dip in the fondue since they're Valentine's Day colors. We picked strawberries, cherries, raspberries, and cheesecake.


I also decided to try dipping ice cream in fondue! It actually ended up working and was delicious! I first got the idea from Fried Ice Cream Cake Fondue on Best Fondue, but the problem was I couldn't find pound cake! I tried short cake, but it was way too crumbly and it failed miserably.
Blastes!
Luckily I remembered a pin I repined earlier on Pinterest showing Ice Cream Balls being dipped in chocolate fondue. So I scooped out little spoonfuls of ice cream (I got itsy tiny containers of ice cream so we could try vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry), stuck them in a container and into the freezer.

Wow, it worked great! It was delicious! Like a little hot fudge sundae.

I also made my husband cheese fondue- just putting chunks of tomato, garlic, basil cheese and whipping cream in a bowl and melted it. (Sorry, nope, didn't measure...)

The fun thing was coming up with things to dip it in. We came up with bread sticks, cauliflower, sausage, Baked Potato, and bacon.
 For the bacon I used the technique I found on Pinterest for Cooking Bacon Over A Campfire. He loved it!


Quick tip- never, ever, ever, ever let any water touch the fondue ever. It will curdle.

Since it was just two of us eating the fondue we had a bunch left over- which was fine since I'd come up with Ways To Reuse Chocolate Fondue (My husband thought that post was funny, "That's a very specific post. Well, if anyone ever happens to search for it, yours will probably be the first and only result.") So I got to ice a cake I made for the Valentine's Day party later that evening and we enjoyed a lot of brownie batter hot chocolate while watching the Olympics the next several days. :)

Over-all it was a lot of fun. Hope you enjoyed some of the ideas and will enjoy the recipes that will be popping up later this week! :)

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Rainbow Ice



It was still super cold after making the Ice Matryoshki so Seamore The Seal Fluffiefriend and I came up with something new- rainbow ice. It looks pretty, brings a little of spring into your snowy garden, is easy, and you can use it to help small children learn the rainbow- ROYGBIV (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.)

Things You'll Need:

Freezing Cold Weather
Water that was Boiled then Cooled
Food Coloring
A Bowl
A Measuring Cup (or a Smaller Bowl)

Directions:

First make sure you can fit 7 cup or smaller bowl fulls of water into the larger bowl with some extra room (after all, ice expands!) Fill the smaller cup with water and add two drops of red food coloring. Pour into larger bowl. Set outside to freeze. Once it's completely frozen mix one drop of yellow and one of red food coloring in the smaller bowl. Pour over red ice. Set outside to freeze. Continue doing this until you have a rainbow. Take ice out of the bowl. (You may need to run the bowl under hot water.) Place ice on porch, in garden, wherever so you can enjoy!




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