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Chocolate Fondue L'Afrique

Rated as 4.65 out of 5 Stars

"Here's a little twist to a great chocolate dessert fondue using one of South Africa's most exotic liqueurs. I found out about this wonderful liqueur on a trip to Cape Town and knew it would be a great ingredient in many recipes. This dessert fondue is terrific with cookies, strawberries, orange slices, melons, marshmallows, etc. It is extremely easy to make, but your guests will think it you slaved over it."
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20 m servings 103
Original recipe yields 24 servings (3 cups)


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  1. Pour the whipping cream and Amarula liqueur into a fondue pot; cook and stir over medium-low heat until the mixture boils. Continue to stir while adding the chocolate chips. Reduce heat to low, and stir until the chocolate melts and blends completely with the cream mixture. Stir in the vanilla. Take care not to overheat the mixture. To serve, reduce heat to lowest setting.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 103 calories; 6.1 11 0.7 7 4 Full nutrition

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Do you have to add the liquor cause it sounds so good i want to give it to my kids!

I apologize to the submitter for not using the Amarula liqueur as she or he intended in the recipe. I'm sure it's wonderful, but since I wanted to make this at the spur of the moment, I needed a...

Really good. You could play with other liqueurs such as kahlua, gran marnier, cassis, Irish cream, etc. You may have to lessen the volume though.

I made this for boyfriend, he loved it! You can get this special liquor at beverages and more, or cost plus. It really gives it a amaretto/bailey's taste. DELICIOUS!

Delicious! The liquor made this orginal and tasty. I served this with orange pound cake, marshmallows, strawberries and bananas.

Easy and quick to make with great results. We used Kahlua instead of the other liquor, it worked fine.

I used Contrieu instead, and it still turned out great!

I made this for a women's night out party & it was a hit. Everyone ate it up within minutes & were very happy & relaxed throughout the evening. I used Myrtle liqueur beacause that was all I had ...

The recipe was good!