2 Ingredient Easy Chocolate Fondue
Easy Chocolate Fondue – This 2 ingredient chocolate fondue recipe is a great dinner party dessert that takes only minutes to make! Serve chocolate and Nutella fondue with fresh fruit and pound cake, or as a decadent ice cream topping.
Today, we’re making the easiest Chocolate Fondue with just two simple ingredients: chocolate hazelnut spread (like Nutella) and cream.
Yes, you read that right.
Now, I realize that a normal chocolate fondue recipe only has a few more ingredients than this, but my quickie version melts fast and features the added nutty, rich flavor from hazelnuts… it seems so impressive but is incredibly easy to make at home!
You’ve got to try this chocolate fondue recipe for yourself.
The Easiest Chocolate Fondue
Our 2-Ingredient Chocolate Fondue recipe is a great impromptu dessert base for getting fancy when friends pop by the house unexpectedly. Effortlessly whip up a batch of this decadent, creamy, sweet and nutty chocolate Nutella fondue for any occasion, and you’re sure to be the hostess with the most-est!
If you happen to have a jar of Nutella tucked away in the pantry (I think we have about three half-eaten jars hiding around the kitchen at any given moment) and cream in the fridge for your morning coffee, you’re all set!
How to Make 2-Ingredient Fondue
I feel like this gets said a lot, but you really won’t believe how easy it is to make this chocolate fondue recipe! But it is true: with just 2 ingredients you can create absolute dessert magic!
Here are the 2 ingredients you need to make Chocolate Fondu:
- chocolate hazelnut spread, such as Nutella
- heavy cream
That. Is. It!
Not only does this recipe only require 2 ingredients, you’re only 2 steps away from turning chocolate hazelnut spread and cream into perfectly silky and sweet chocolate fondue!
How to make the easiest Chocolate Fondue ever:
- Add the Nutella and heavy cream in a small saucepan.
- Heat over medium-high heat, stirring continuously, until completely combined and warmed to a dip-able liquid.
Quickly mix together this chocolate fondue and serve with cookies, fruit, or pound cake for dipping. My absolute favorite fruits to enjoy with dessert fondue are strawberries and bananas, but get creative with whatever is seasonal!
You could also pour this Nutella fondue over ice cream as a luxurious chocolate sauce.
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Chocolate Fondue Q&A
Does Chocolate and Nutella Fondue Keep Well in the Fridge?
Yes, it does! You can store leftovers of chocolate fondue in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week. Once cold the chocolate will solidify, but you can easily reheat on the stove by scooping back into a small saucepan and continuously stirring over medium-high heat until liquid once again.
Can you Freeze Chocolate Fondue?
Because of the heavy cream, I would not recommend freezing leftover fondue.
Can this Chocolate and Hazelnut Fondue be Made Vegan?
Absolutely. There are several brands that offer vegan chocolate hazelnut spread options, or you can try making your own at home with this Vegan and Paleo Nutella from 40 Aprons.
For a vegan heavy cream replacement, you can substitute cashew cream or a blend of equal parts silken tofu and soy milk to achieve the same smooth texture.
By making vegan, this chocolate fondue recipe also becomes approved for a Paleo diet!
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Easy Chocolate Fondue Recipe
- 13 ounces chocolate hazelnut spread like Nutella
- 3/4 cup heavy cream
- Place both the chocolate hazelnut spread and the cream in small sauce pan. Set the pan over medium-high heat.
- Stir continuously until the mixture in warm enough to melt and comes together into a smooth chocolate sauce. Remove from heat and serve with fruit, pound cake, or ice cream.
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