sucanet sugar, organic unsweetened cocoa powder and arrowroot.
I asked Amber why she had chosen this dairy-free recipe for fondue and she said that one of her friends had a visiting cousin that was a vegan. She had decided, with her friends, that they wanted to include this cousin and they didnít mind tasting and reviewing the recipe. She said it would be fun if it was good, but it would be hilarious if it was inedible.
I didnít taste the non-dairy fondue. I waited until the next Friday night when Amber and her friends made Fondue a la Chalet Suisse. The recipe sounded luxurious and the ingredients looked decadent. The recipe called for Toblerone bars, heavy cream and Cointreau. I could hardly wait to try this fondue.
The a la Chalet Suisse Fondue was wonderful. I helped the girls get all of the dipping items ready in the kitchen. We cut two angel food cakes into chunks, we sectioned tangerines and we sliced strawberries. The food looked so pretty before we all started eating. I wish that someone had been taking pictures.
There have been so many fondue parties this year at our house. I have enjoyed every one of them. My favorite one has to be the first one, though. It was just so nice to see Amber and all of her friends laughing and having so much fun cooking together. I donít think Iíd had a kitchen full of girls cooking since Amber was ten. It was nice.