Fondue seems to be a blog favorite, especially around the holidays. I had a reader request a recipe for the loaded baked potato fondue and I found one! Here is a link to the video of someone making the recipe if you would like to watch. The recipe is from NewsOn6, which is a news station in Oklahoma. Happy fonduing!
*You can use an electric fondue pot or a double boiler, which you can make by placing a mixing bowl (glass or metal) and a saucepan that the bowl will fit on top of. The two should fit tightly together because you don’t want a gap between the bowl and the saucepan. To use the double boiler, add water to the sauce pan and bring it to a simmer, then place the bowl on top and fill it with whatever you intend to cook or melt. I have an electric fondue pot so that is the method I will be using. To read more about using a double boiler click here.
Loaded Baked Potato Fondue
- 8 ounces Mild or Sharp Cheddar Cheese
- 4 ounces Swiss Cheese
- 1/4 cup vegetable broth
- 1 -2 Tablespoons Green Goddess dip/dressing, either homemade or store bought
- 3 pieces of smoked bacon, cooked
- 2 Tablespoons flour
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/2 Tablespoon garlic and wine seasoning, or you could just add a splash of wine and a teaspoon of dried garlic
- Green Apples
- Any kind of bread you like that has a nice firm crust
I had to guess on the measurements while watching the video, but it should be close.
Step 1: Bring the vegetable broth to a simmer in the fondue pot.
Step 2: Add the green goddess, smoked bacon, pepper, and garlic and wine seasoning to the broth. Stir until the ingredients are warm, just a few minutes.
Step 3: Next in a separate bowl mix the cheeses and flour.
Step 4: Finally, add the cheese and flour mixture a little at a time to the broth and stirring each time until the cheese is dissolved.
Step 5: Once you have added all the cheese, stir until nice and creamy and enjoy!