Recipes in the 'Fondue Appetizer' category

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A few tweaks make this classic cheese fondue recipe perfect for healthful dipping. We've reduced the fat and added fiber. Add more nutrition by dipping crunchy veggies!

Want something fast for breakfast? Try our fondue casserole. This a.m. fix combines cheese, tuna and bread for a creamy, dreamy all-in-one effort that will start your morning off right.

Have some fun with fondue. This fondue casserole is more than a hot dish of melted cheese prepared on a layer of bread. It's got some extra ingredients that give it an award-winning kick.

It's eggs-actly what you've been looking for in a souffle. This mouthwatering combination of eggs and cheese whips it good. Sink your teeth into it today.

Serve this crabmeat and spinach cheese fondue with a salad, along with buttered and toasted ciabatta bread for a full meal. As a satisfying snack, simply grab a handful of corn chips or crackers to get your fill.

This versatile Mexican fondue can be served with just about anything you want. It's your choice. Whether it's bread, chips or vegetables, you won't be able to resist the urge to double -- or triple -- dip with this fondue favorite.Say cheese!

Beer, sausage, cheese and chiles may sound like the stuff that heartburn is made of. However, this fondue that features all of the ingredients is actually a taste of heaven for anyone who thoroughly enjoys the spices of life.

Have you ever wondered what exactly to do with those round breads? Well, wonder no more. Things are about to go a-rye when you fill it with this beer cheese fondue which will find a permanent place in your recipe box.

Velveeta can be used in so many dishes, but it's presence in this chili tamale fondue really makes itself known. Serve with tortilla chips and a cold beer for the perfect game fare.

There's plenty that's fishy about this veggie-only fondue. In fact, this recipe is for the anchovy-lover in you. Serve as a dipping sauce for fresh vegetables such as small green onions, radishes, carrot sticks, zucchini sticks and celery strips.

In the mood for a melting pot? This whiskey and cheese fondue goes great with bread or fresh vegetables. It's the perfect precursor for a fondue feast. Go for a dip in this pool of palate-pleasing goodness.

The only thing simple about these vegetables is the simply great taste that goes along with it. Although these finger foods take some time and effort, the pay off comes with a huge taste.

This one is for the pizza lover in you. Bring the main ingredients together in a crockpot for that scrumptious, slow-cooked sensation. Serve with cubed Italian bread for a different variation of a popular favorite.

The next time you've got the grill fired up, keep this boiled corn recipe in mind. It goes well with ribs, chicken, steak or fish. The pat of butter gives it a melt-in-you-mouth taste.

When you want to dress up fresh fruit, you'll flip for this fondue dip. The raspberry flavor is downright delicious. And it's a great way for your family to load up on antioxidants.


Most people associate caramel dip with apples, but this creamy-caramel version actually goes great with strawberries, pineapple or whatever other fruit you enjoy. It's a scrumptious sweet treat.

Seasons greetings... seasoned beef, that is! This fabulous fondue recipe includes marinated beef and pork -- dipped in a perfect sauce!

The flavors of sweet Gruyere, tangy Cheddar and piquant Emmentaler combine to make this one grate fondue! This triple-whammy is absolutely to die for!

You've never tasted ham and cheese quite like this. In fact, this meal will make you feel like you've made it to the upper crust. Serve this incredible fondue with veggies or toasted bread cubes.

Where's the beef... fondue, that is? It's right here in this recipe. This decadent and creamy dip goes great with any kind of meat.

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