Using these Himalayan salt bowls, you get beautiful presentation and great taste in one. The bowls keeps the chocolate warm without overheating it and is easy to clean with the instructions below. You can also try adding a variety of bitters like orange or cherry to the fondue. — Yasmin Fahr
Adapted from "Salted: A Manifesto on the World’s Most Essential Mineral, with Recipes" by Mark Bitterman.
This winter has been dedicated to the versatility of matcha green tea for food blog My Name is Yeh with a fun Matcha White Chocolate Fondue. Cut up some fruit, cake and marshmallows, add some fondue sticks, and you have an easy and fun hands-on dessert.
Ingredients: Chocolate Fondue 1 pound semi sweet or bittersweet chocolate 2 cups heavy cream ½ cup cointreau ½ tsp vanilla Heat together all ingredients over low heat. Serve with fruit, Marshmellow and angel food cake
Choose fruit that's easy to hold as you dip slices into this luscious mixture. Apples, pears, strawberries and pineapple are ideal. Of course, the Mini Almond Cakes are perfect for this. Even though the menu is hands only, small skewers or ...