3 Kinds Of Chocolate Fondue In A Bread Bowl
Whether it's a trendy party, dessert at a fancy restaurant, or a romantic dinner at home - chocolate fondue is always a big hit. But instead of eating it out of a boring ol' fondue pot, you should be enjoying it in a tasty bread bowl! Not only does it look great, but this divided loaf will now give you 3x the flavor explosion.
- 1 bread loaf
- 6 oz white chocolate, chopped
- 6 oz Kinder chocolate bars, chopped
- 6 oz dark chocolate balls
For the cinnamon-sugar bread coating:
- 4 tsp melted butter
- 3 tsp sugar
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- chopped hazelnuts
- fruit of your choice
- aluminum foil for baking
1. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Cut out 3 clean rectangles from a large loaf of bread and hollow out the sections.
2. Slice the 3 bread rectangles into small pieces.
3. Mix the melted butter, cinnamon, and sugar together and brush the mixture over the small bread pieces.
4. Fill one of the hollow bread sections with white chocolate, one with Kinder chocolate bar pieces, and the last one with dark chocolate balls. Place the loaf and small bread pieces on a pan, cover with aluminum foil, and bake for 30 minutes. Occasionally stir the chocolate to make sure it is melting evenly.
5. Finally, add M&M's to the white chocolate and chopped hazelnuts to the dark chocolate. Grab some fruit and your cinnamon-sugar dipping sticks and start dunking!
What a decadent finger food, dessert, party food, or afternoon treat! However you choose to enjoy it, this chocolate fondue bread bowl will be a big hit.
You can find the recipe for the Chocolate Donut Cake featured in the bonus video here.