Chocolate Fondue

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Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you a nice holiday! My husband didn’t want to go out to a restaurant this year. Last year we paid a lot for a nice dinner, but they had a fixed menu and they rushed us along. So this year he decided to go with “how guys do steak” and we went to Carl’s Jr. for the steak sandwich with the kids.

I think he was surprised I bought into the idea, but I knew dessert would be good even if dinner wasn’t. But next year I don’t think he’s getting off that easy.

He did however buy me beautiful roses.

I was at Sam’s Club last week and saw this Ghirardelli chocolate on sale and decided it would be fun to do a chocolate fondue for Valentine’s Day. They must have been closing it out, because it was only $2.60 for 2.5 lbs. I only bought one block, but decided later I wanted more and went back, but it was all gone.

Chocolate Fondue
I loved this chocolate. It was so smooth and creamy, and a good blend between milk and semi-sweet chocolate. It was so easy to work with. It chopped easily, melted in the microwave easily, and set up on the strawberries beautifully. I’ll definitely try to find this chocolate in my local stores. (Update: I recently found this dipping chocolate at Super Walmart for a great price!)

Chocolate Fondue

I thought about getting out my fondue pot, but I decided I didn’t want to waste any of the chocolate transferring it from the bowl. I also knew between the four of us, the chocolate wouldn’t last very long – I only melted .5 lb, which was just the perfect amount for four. I didn’t need to add anything to the chocolate. It was perfect for fondue just melted in the microwave.

A close up of a plate of food on a table

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