Mini-Chocolate Fondue Recipe | FitWatch

Mini-Chocolate Fondue Recipe | FitWatch.

This is not plant based, but I am a huge fan of moderation and this recipe does just that. It is quick, easy and you can get a quick chocolate fix without eating hundreds of calories. The recipe is posted below and came from Fitwatch. If you wanted to make it more plant based you could try soy milk or coconut milk. It will probably change the nutrition count a little though.

Mini Chocolate Fondue

FitWatch Mini-Chocolate Fondue Recipe

Prep Time: 30 seconds
Cook time: 25 seconds
Total Time: 55 seconds to chocolatey goodness
Yield: 1 Serving

1 small square of Lindt 70% dark chocolate (.35oz or 10g)
1 Tbsp of 1% low fat milk (15 ml)

Break the chocolate square into 4 pieces and place in a small, microwaveable bowl. Add 1 Tbsp of low-fat milk.

Microwave at 60% power for 25 seconds, until the chocolate is soft. Remove from microwave and stir until chocolate completely melts.

Serve with your favorite fruit, such as:

1 Medium Banana: 104 calories
1 Cup Strawberries (halves): 50 calories

Nutritional Information (Fondue Only)
Calories: 60 calories
Fat: 4 grams fat

Melting Chocolate Tips

  • Test the amount of time in your microwave. Every microwave is different.
  • If your microwave doesn’t have a power setting, microwave in short bursts of time.
  • If your microwave doesn’t have a turntable, turn the bowl halfway through.
  • Be careful if you overcook the chocolate; it’ll be very hot.

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