February is National Fondue Month and what better way to warm up than with a creamy pot of melted cheese. Whether you’re looking for a savory appetizer or a sweet dessert, fondue is a fun and simple dish that’s perfect for entertaining.
Practically every type of Wisconsin cheese makes for great fondue flavor, but for easier preparation, choose cheeses that melt smoothly, like Swiss, fontina or cheddar. Provide guests with a variety of snacks for dipping. We recommended dry breads like baguettes or sourdough, and your favorite fruits and vegetables like strawberries, broccoli, artichoke hearts, carrots, etc. Don’t forget to blanche or roast your vegetables before serving them! And make sure to enter the giveaway below for a chance to win your own fondue pot and some Wisconsin cheese to melt in it!
A recipe for classic fondue made with white wine and alpine-style cheese.
Dried mustard and Worcestershire sauce give this gourmet recipe an added kick.
Crumbled pancetta elevates the flavors of this creamy fondue with Wisconsin fontina and Swiss.
Smoked cheddar, pepato and alpine-style cheeses give this fondue its rich and unique taste.
Made with Wisconsin mascarpone, orange liqueur, cream and chocolate, this fondue is the perfect ending to any meal.
Which of our favorite fondue recipes will you be trying during National Fondue Month? Let us know in the comments!
Looking to make some Wisconsin cheese fondue? Enter our giveaway below for a chance to win a fondue pot and a selection of Wisconsin cheese!