October 27, 2010


Fruit Fondue

2 bags caramels
1 can Carnation evaporated milk
1 (10.5 oz.) bag miniature marshmallows
Assorted fruit for dipping

How to make Fondue
Melt caramels in a large double boiler,keep stirring it frequently. Add milk and marshmallows slowly until completely blended together.
Transfer to fondue pot and serve with cut fruit for dipping.


  1. LOVE fondue, chocolate or cheese! I'm looking forward to trying the caramel :-)

  2. I don't know where the tradition came from, but from the time I was a tiny child, my grandparents always served oyster stew on Christmas Eve.

    Our Halloween tradition, started by me, has always been chili. Easy to make, easy to serve. I made the kids eat a bowl before they went out Trick or Treating--kept them from eating candy along the way.

    Glad you enjoyed the story of Faust. I thought everyone was familiar with Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera. The music is lovely--the story even lovlier.

    Jenny fixed my screw-up!

  3. I have never had caramel fondue before. It looks wonderful. I bet is awesome with the fruit.

  4. wll deffinatley try this one out

  5. Your fondue would be better if you replaced the fruit with chocolate cake.

  6. This looks so yummy. Grown-ups need treats too. Happy Halloween! La

  7. never tried it before but it sounds delicious!

    thanks for your visit, have a sweet halloween


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