Parmesan Fondue

Parmesan Fondue

"'This recipe was given to me many years ago at a New Year's potluck,' says Gwynne Fleener of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. 'Since then, it has been a tradition to serve it at our holiday open house. The creamy mixture is always a hit.'"
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15 m servings
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Original recipe yields 28 servings

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  1. In a large saucepan, cook and stir the milk and cream cheese over low heat until cheese is melted. Stir in Parmesan cheese and garlic salt; cook and stir until heated through. Transfer to a fondue pot or mini slow cooker; keep warm. Serve with bread cubes.

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I LOVE this recipe!!! I've been craving fondue forever! (i'm past my due date to deliver!) :) I added some white wine and 1/2lb grated swiss cheese! It's extra cheesy and oh so yummy with all ...

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I thought it was alright. I made it for just my fiance and myself so I cut the recipe in half. It was enough to fill one of those crockpot little dippers. We barely even put a dent in it and ...

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I LOVE this recipe!!! I've been craving fondue forever! (i'm past my due date to deliver!) :) I added some white wine and 1/2lb grated swiss cheese! It's extra cheesy and oh so yummy with all ...

If I could give this one 10 stars I would. I served this at a baby shower that I hosted along w/ a chocolate & butterscotch fondue & no one touched the others until the cheese was gone. We were ...

This was so yummy!! I made it for a potluck the night before and refrigerated it over night, and warmed it back up in the crock pot before serving. Turned out great.

I'm only giving this four stars, because I took the advice of a couple of other reviews and added 1/2 a cup of wine (or thereabouts, who actually measures??). I also think good quality parmesan ...

I followed the recipe and really enjoyed this fondue. It was simple, thick and creamy without have a strong overpowering flavor (like cheddar or swiss). It was a huge hit, I served it with cut...

Everyone loved this Christmas day. I served it with crusty french bread. I also poured a little of this over some boiled onions and my Dad (who's 88) really liked it and he's picky.

I loved this. The only adjustments I made were I added a dash of black pepper to it, used garlic powder instead of garlic salt & used it on pasta as some others suggested. Will make again!

Awesome and easy fondue -- I added a little more garlic salt though for an extra punch! I served it with french bread and veggies....the bread went faster than the veggies!

I took this to a get-together and everyone RAVED about it. It was simple to make and tasted wonderful! Thanks for the simple idea! It tastes great with vegetables, crackers, bread, etc!

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