Thursday, April 18, 2013

Re-purpose Idea #3: Use a Slow Cooker as a Fondue Pot

Always thought it would be fun to have a fondue party but don't own a pot? Don't worry! This Thrifty Thursday I am telling you to save your money and use your slow cooker as a fondue pot. This will work for both a cheese fondue and chocolate fondue. I got this idea from Northern Cheapskate.

However, you won't be able to use it to cook meat in oil as it will not make it hot enough. So, stick to cheese and/or chocolate fondue and you will be good to go. You can provide precooked meats to dip in the cheese.  In my personal fondue experience a fondue meal can get very heavy, so it is best to stick to just 1 or 2 types of fondues anyways.

Be sure to read my newest post on Northern Cheapskate "Slow Cookers Save the Day (or Dinner!)"

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