The Partiologist: Chocolate Fondue Bomb!

Chocolate Fondue Bomb!

With the chocolate cocoa bomb craze running wild last year, it was only a matter of time before I turned the little spheres into chocolate fondue. I can't take credit for the genius idea, but the way my table turned out, I take full credit. LOVE

Chocolate Fondue Bomb!

First of all, do I call it a Chocolate Valentine Fondue Bomb because I used it for Valentine's Day, or just a Chocolate Fondue Bomb because it's not in the shape of a heart? But it does have a heart on top.

I mean, these are the types of decisions I face everyday. Mind boggling, right?

I ended up calling them Chocolate Fondue Bomb, because that's just what they were. Little spheres of chocolate with more chocolate hidden inside. And do you see the X and O serving dishes?


I purchased them from Pottery Barn years ago and almost got rid of them. I am so happy I did not, I knew I would find another use for them.


I filled each dish with goodies to dip into the chocolate fondue. And no double dipping, as each guest had their own little warming dish.


This is how it worked...I had hot heavy whipping cream for each guest (family) to pour over their chocolate bomb and stir until it was creamy and chocolatey. A tea light was lit under each pot to keep it hot!


Notice the double heart stir stick in the cup and the heart at the bottom of the champagne flute.

And a sugar heart was added to the side of each flute. The question is...where to begin?

Where???


It won't be long until I start planning a party for 2022! 

This party was fon dippity due!


10 comments :

  1. Oh my goodness!!! This is SO AWESOME!!! I absolutely love this! You are so creative!

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    1. Thank you SO MUCH! It was a fun party and the family loved it all! :)

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  2. Now that is a fun way to celebrate Valentine's Day!!! I love the dishes and the little fondue warmers. The entier table looks amazing. I also love the sugar hearts on the champagne glasses. Did you make the sugar hearts? If so, that would be a great tutorial!

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    1. Thank you! I did have X & O dishes but when I came up with the fondue idea, I just had to buy the individual warmers! As much as I would like to say I made the sugared hearts, I purchased them. :)

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  3. Love this idea & your set-up is pure perfection! Did you fill them with a ganache or just more of the chocolate used to make the shell? Where did you find those adorable individual warmers?

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    1. Thank you! I filled each fondue bomb with shaved chocolate (NOT candy melts for the shell or inside) so they would melt quickly and evenly. And the individual warmers I found on amazon.

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    2. I just added a link for the warmers! :)

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  4. I love this idea! What size sphere mold did you use to fit the warmer? Thanks!

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    1. Good question, when I went and looked at my mold, it doesn't have the size. So I'll have to do a little research!

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