What To Do With All That Easter Chocolate: Easter Chocolate Fondue

Are you finding yourself with tons of chocolate after the Easter holidays? Don’t worry! My Easter Chocolate Fondue is a great (and tasty!) solution.

I hope you are all had a wonderful Easter break. If you are like my family, we have an excess amount of sweets and chocolate in the home right now. It is a little out of hand, and I didn’t even buy any of it! We were lucky to receive chocolates over the holidays from family and there is just no good way we could eat it all. So, I decided a chocolate fondue party was in order.

When In Doubt, Have Fondue!

Have you ever had chocolate fondue at home? It’s really easy. You don’t have to have an official chocolate fondue set to enjoy this dessert, however, it is a little more fun. We have a set that my husband and I received for our wedding. The boys love when we pull it out for a surprise dessert.

Close-up photo of Easter chocolate, broken up into large pieces

How To Prepare Easter Chocolate Fondue

Crush the Chocolate

The boys loved crashing their Kinder eggs and bunnies to make small pieces to melt. Another super delicious option is Toblerone chocolate, my favourite! That’s the first step.

Easter chocolate broken up into small pieces, placed in a saucepan, ready for melting

Melt the Easter Chocolate

Once you have your chocolate in pieces, you need to melt the chocolate on the stove on a medium heat. I use a double boiler to melt the chocolate slowly. Melt small batches of chocolate at a time, stirring slightly.

Transfer Melted Chocolate

Once everything has been melted, you can transfer it to set and light the bottom with the fondue fuel. This keeps the chocolate melted.

Melted chocolate in a sauce pan, being stirred with a blue spoon

Enjoy With Fresh Fruit

We prepare all kinds of fruit for the fondue; anything your family loves will work. Our favourites are banana, strawberries and pineapple.

Hands reaching into a fondue pot with fondue sticks

The boys were too excited with this treat to get “the perfect picture”!

It’s a delicious treat and way to continue in celebrating Easter. It’s also fun to have a few friends over too, because the joy of fondue is sharing it in a group. This is a sweet meal to share.

To Summarize:

Does your family have a TON of leftover Easter chocolate and you’re not sure what to do with all of it? Don’t let it go to waste! You can make Easter Chocolate Fondue! Here’s how:

  • Crush the leftover Easter chocolate
  • If you don’t have a fondue set, melt the chocolate in a saucepan over medium heat
  • Transfer the melted chocolate to a bowl
  • Enjoy with your favourite fruits

Bon Appetit!

Did you enjoy this post? If you love the Easter holidays, then you’ll also enjoy these articles:

Celebrating Easter at Home

Easter Sunday at the Vatican

Easter Cupcakes

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Are you finding yourself with tons of chocolate after the Easter holidays? Don't worry! My Easter Chocolate Fondue is a great (and tasty!) solution.

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Katie C. April 12, 2018 at 7:48 pm

Great idea! I’ve never fondue’d anything.

Kelly Nicholson April 16, 2018 at 11:06 am

chocolate if fine as long as you dont over do it

Julia a.k.a Mama MOE April 16, 2018 at 5:18 pm

I agree!

Helen April 22, 2018 at 1:21 am

There is no such thing as chocolate overload 🙂 But, that fondue sure looks good. I love some chocolate covered strawberries.

Julia a.k.a Mama MOE April 27, 2018 at 10:55 am

Right?! Good for any event…or a Tuesday 😉

Shakeia Rieux April 26, 2018 at 11:15 pm

I never thought about doing this, what a great idea!

Julia a.k.a Mama MOE April 27, 2018 at 10:54 am

It’s easy and fun! Glad to pass it along 🙂


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