22 Reviews

I made this for a get together with some friends from church. I picked this recipe because it didn't contain alcohol. It was a huge hit! I doubled the recipe, sauteed the onion with a little garlic in a pat of butter and drizzle of olive oil, then used part milk, part 1/2 and 1/2, and used only 12 ounces of cream cheese adding in 4 ounces of velveeta, and adding a dash of Franks hot sauce. It was very thin when I took it out of the saucepan and put it in the slow cooker on low, but it was perfect within 30 minutes. For my first attempt at fondue, I was very pleased. Thanks for posting!

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ColCadsMom April 03, 2010

very delicious and easy...my teen and young adult kids loved it with a variety of dippers: french bread chunks, pretzels, chicken nuggets, hot dog chunks, celery sticks, red bell pepper chunks and cherry tomatoes. I had a fondue party for them for New Years Eve and it was a hit!

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flyingmermaid December 31, 2014

I had trouble with this recipe but maybe it was my cheese? It was very thick and really stringy. I added some milk to smooth it out. The taste was very rich. If I make this again I would definitely add a bit of garlic.

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mums the word December 24, 2012

This is delicious, and so easy. I made mine in the Vita Mix blender. I added a small amount of cornstarch to help with thickening. Instead of fresh onions, I used 1 tablespoon of dried. My family really enjoyed this. Thanks so much!

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tednjoc September 02, 2012

This was foolproof! Turned out delicious and creamy. I used onion powder instead of diced onion. We dipped smoked sausages, veggies, and bread in it.

There were only two of us so we had a ton left over. I mixed the leftover sauce with diced onions and frozen shredded hashbrowns the next morning and baked it up at 375. It was also delicious.

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ChelseaW January 09, 2012

We could NOT stop eating this!!! SOOOOO yummy. We dipped pieces of baguettes in it. I used regular cream cheese, skim milk, and medium cheddar. I WILL be making this again!!!

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esm4877 January 02, 2012

What a super simple, delicious Cheese fondue. Just fantastic!

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raychel4korn November 07, 2011

I had to whip up another batch in the middle of our party, this fondue was so popular. Luckily- that's not too hard to do! Excellent, excellent recipe. Also- the cold leftovers were a nice cracker spread the next day- the onion flavor came out a lot more!

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LynneBethany August 11, 2011

This is ABSOLUTE Heaven to eat!!!! I made it last night, and it was amazing!! No one could keeps their hands out of it! haha I was not able to use onion, but I did substitute onion powder. I just am amazed at how simple and easy something like this is! Thank you! I will be using it again!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ March 23, 2011

Three stars because I didn't quite follow as posted (added a squeeze of mustard & a few dashes of nutmeg)... LOW FAT was the name of the game, so this recipe fit the bill! However, it was verrrrry cream cheesey. If low fat content wasn't my goal, I would have picked another recipe. But! That said! It was very tasty with cubed bread and chicken jalapeno sausage.

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Emily C March 05, 2011
Creamy Cheddar Fondue