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Gluten-free Fondue Dippers?

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I was thinking of making a yummy cheese fondue but obviously won't be dipping french bread in it! Got any ideas that would be just as good? Veggies sound healthy but not as much fun. And some of us are vegetarians.

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Doesn't Gluten Free Pantry have a french bread mix? A cheesey fondue might be exactly what gluten-free bread needs!! :lol:

Apples

Pretzels

Baked potato wedges

Now when you get to the chocolate fondue, I've got loads of ideas for you! :P

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Doesn't Gluten Free Pantry have a french bread mix? A cheesey fondue might be exactly what gluten-free bread needs!! :lol:

Apples

Pretzels

Baked potato wedges

Now when you get to the chocolate fondue, I've got loads of ideas for you! :P

Janet, I plan on having a dessert fondue party next month - what are your chocolate fondue ideas?

Thanks!

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Glutino makes breadsticks that are pretty good. I would personally make pizza dough to dip into the cheese fondue. Betty Hagman's easy pizza crust recipe would be perfect. What about Glutino pretzels? That would be good too.

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When we have cheese fondue, we have cauliflower, broccoli, raw mushrooms (on of my favorites), apple chunks, banana, pineapple chunks and thuringer slices.

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When we have cheese fondue, we have cauliflower, broccoli, raw mushrooms (on of my favorites), apple chunks, banana, pineapple chunks and thuringer slices.

Thuringer?

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Definitely apples. I looooove apples with cheese

Maybe some chebe bread?

celery

crumbled sausage pieces - if the vegetarians don't mind.

grapes are good with cheese also

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If you are okay with corn, tortilla chips. I hardly miss the bread, when I dip them in fondue.

I also love granny smith apples, broccolli and cauliflower with cheese fondue.

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Janet, I plan on having a dessert fondue party next month - what are your chocolate fondue ideas?

Thanks!

Sorry, I'm on all the time but I didn't come back and check this thread . . .

Some are quite obvious. . .

Strawberries

Pineapple

Apple

Banana

Cherries

Marshmallows

Pretzels

Pieces of PayDay candy bars - need to be fresh or you'll never get them cut into bite sizes

Pieces of rice crispie treats (make with Erewhon rice crispies) - this was the crowd favorite

When it comes to chocolate, I'm willing to dip just about anything in it :rolleyes:

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