Cider Cheese Fondue

Cider Cheese Fondue

"Cheese lovers are sure to enjoy dipping into this creamy quick-to-fix fondue that has just a hint of apple. TIP: You can also serve this appetizer with apple or pear wedges, says Kim Marie Van Rheenen of Mendota, Illinois."
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15 m servings
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  1. In a large saucepan, bring cider to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low. Toss the cheeses with cornstarch and pepper; stir into cider. Cook and stir for 3-4 minutes or until cheese is melted. Transfer to a small ceramic fondue pot or slow cooker; keep warm. Serve with bread cubes.

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We used this recipe in our electric fondue with a couple changes. We rubbed the pot with cut garlic before adding the hard cider (home brewed). We let that boil before tossing in the cheddar/s...

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After following the directions, it was too thick to use. I had to keep adding apple juice, and it still wouldn't thin out. I would love to try this recipe again, but maybe with a different che...

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We used this recipe in our electric fondue with a couple changes. We rubbed the pot with cut garlic before adding the hard cider (home brewed). We let that boil before tossing in the cheddar/s...

Easy and Delicious Recipe for Fondue. Affordable - cheddar and swiss are not as expensive as some of the other cheese fondue recipes that call for gouda etc. My Changes - which worked fine if no...

I'd never made fondue before, and I was glad to find this recipe. I used 4 cups of cheese (around 1-3/4 cups of swiss and 2-1/4 cups of smoked cheddar), 1½ TBS of flour, a few good shakes of pep...

I'm giving this a four because my husband LOVED IT! He ate most of it infact. For me it was ok, but I expected something different. I think I will make it again for company and get more opinions...

Now I understand that this is not exactly a traditional fondue recipe and I can see why some people may snub it because of its lack of ueber expensive cheeses. But really, this is excellent! ...

This was just brilliant! I used flour instead of cornstarch and it worked just fine. When it got a bit too thick after sitting in the fondue pot a while...I warmed some addition cider in the m...

First attempt at making fondue and I was pleased with the results! We used a nice brown ale instead of the cider and I think it gave the fondue a WONDERFUL flavor! Used Kraft 2% cheddar and a ...

This recipe was GREAT! I'm a novice in the kitchen and this fondue was simple and quick and tasted wonderful. We tried it this Thanksgiving as an alternative to serving breakfast. I used Gruy...

Absolutely delicious and easy! I added a pinch of kosher salt and garlic powder to bring out the flavors a bit more. Everyone loved it. It was a great inexpensive way for the kids to experien...

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