Date Night Cheese Fondue for Two

Set up date night cheese fondue for two with this easy recipe. This is a fun Valentines day dinner for two and you can set it up like an indoor picnic in front of the fire place. 

Valentines-day fondue for two

Easy Date Night Cheese Fondue for Two 

This Valentine’s day instead of fighting the crowds out on the town, celebrate at home! This is a terrific alternative for you and your loved one, especially if you enjoy being at home OR you have small kids but no babysitter.

I’m a big fan of cheese fondue. When we visit The Melting Pot we always go for all three courses – cheese, meat, & dessert! But truth be told I’d be happy to just make a meal of the cheese fondue and then move on to the dessert.

I’m sharing a classic cheese fondue recipe below. Serve it as your main meal for date night, or as an appetizer for a party.

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Date Night Ideas at Home

  • Set up a low table in the living room in front of the fireplace.
  • Use pillows and plush throws to sit on. It’s cozy and romantic!
  • And once you’ve finished the main course, how about a fondue dessert platter!
  • Watch one of our favorite romance movies for date night in.

The nice thing about this cheese fondue is that it can be used to dip all food groups: bread, cured meats, vegetables, and fruit. So it’s a complete meal in one.

And remember, the tradition is if someone drops an item into the pot of fondue you have to give them a kiss!

 

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Cheese Fondue for Two Recipe

Yield: serves 2

Serve cheese fondue for an appetizer or main dinner for two. This classic recipe is quick and easy to make.

Ingredients

  • 4 oz beer or broth
  • 1 teaspoon chopped garlic
  • 8 oz sharp cheddar cheeses, shredded
  • 1/8 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

Dippers

  • crusty bread, cubed
  • fully cooked smoked sausage or kielbasa
  • raw or steamed vegetables
  • sliced apples

Instructions

  1. In a medium sized sauce pan, heat beer or broth over medium-high heat. Add garlic and stir.
  2. Stir in small amounts of cheese at a time, letting each batch melt before adding the next.
  3. Add pepper and Worcestershire sauce and combine well.
  4. Transfer to a fondue pot to keep warm, and serve with bread cubes, cubed cooked meats, veggies (raw or steamed crisp), and sliced apples.

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  1. Chris, I love the step-by-step instructions of this blog post. Your post makes an overwhelming task seem do-able! (And, thanks for the recipe!) ~ Darla

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