White Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Fondue

Everyone is getting into the spirit of Fall desserts…and, with Halloween around the corner, who doesn’t love anything with pumpkin in it? Well, our friends at The Melting Pot are heating things up…way beyond the typical pumpkin bread and pie. They’ve got an easy, to-die-for White Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Fondue recipe that will have your entire family… or dinner party guests… BOOming with excitement.

Ingredients:

8 ounces (1/2 lb) – White Chocolate, chopped into small pieces

1 tablespoon – Heavy Cream

1 tablespoon – Libby’s brand Pumpkin Puree*

1-1/2 teaspoon – 151 rum

Pinch – Nutmeg, ground

1/4 cup (vol) – Graham Crackers, chopped small

Instructions:

Melt the chocolate with the cream either in the top portion of a double boiler stirring constantly or in the microwave in 30-45 second increments, stirring after each one, being careful not to scorch the chocolate especially in the corners.  After the chocolate is melted completely, pour into a fondue pot.

Then, add the pumpkin puree to the fondue pot containing the melted chocolate. Gently swirl the mixture slowly. Add the rum to the pot and light with a long fireplace lighter. As the rum burns away, carefully stir the mixture together. Sprinkle the nutmeg on top and gently fold in. Add chopped graham crackers to the top of the fondue and enjoy!

*You must use Libby’s brand pumpkin puree, NOT pumpkin pie filling – the pie filling is too sweet. Libby’s can be found at your local market during the fall months.

For a step-by-step guide, watch the video above and see how it will look when it’s done. Yum!

The Melting Pot features additional recipes like this in its cookbook available to purchase online  or at any Melting Pot location. The cookbook features recipes for cheese fondues, chocolate dessert fondues, entrée cooking styles, sauces and cocktails. This book also has special Melting Pot discounts inside valued at about $40.

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