This fudge chocolate fondue recipe is an easy chocolate fondue recipe that you could probably make without making a special trip to the grocery store.
We used the recipe from the Hershey's site, but I might have cheated and used another brand of cocoa powder that I already had on hand.
I really liked how this fudge chocolate fondue tasted a lot like brownie batter, which I could eat by the spoonful. Only the fondue was warm and I could dip pretzels and pound cake in it without being scolded by my mom.
We served this fondue as dessert after our shrimp and grits fondue dinner. If you want to pair this with a wine, I recommend going in the direction of something sweet enough to complement the chocolate without being outdone by it, so a nice Port or Madeira would be lovely. If you prefer a dry wine, I'd suggest a Zinfandel or a Petite Sirah as either of those varieties will usually taste nice with chocolate, and not bitter.
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