Swiss Cheese Fondue

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Why must we insist on going to a fancy schmancy Fondue restaurant to spend over $100 on fondue?

Fondue is ridiculously easy to make and you probably already have everything on hand to make it.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Valentines Day is just a month away, save yourself some money and do “fancy” at home.

Oh and guess what? A fondue pot is not necessary. You can easily make it on the stovetop in a sauce pan over low heat.

I wanted my dippable gold goodness to be ultra creamy, so the obvious choice in cheese was Lorraine® Cheese Original Deli Sandwich Slices.

Lorraine® Cheese is know as the crown jewel of sandwich cheese, but since I knew that it melted beautifully from my Cuban Sandwiches, I knew it would be scrumdiddlyumptious in a fondue.

 Like I said, fondue is easy.

Swiss Cheese Foundue

Just rip your cheese into shreds.
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Toss it with some flour to help thicken the cheese mixture. Then continue with the rest of the recipe, which is really just sautéing garlic in some wine and then slowly adding the cheese while stirring.

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Don’t you just want to shove your face in there ?

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And my favorite photo of them allllllll……

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Swiss Cheese Fondue
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Serves: 6-8
Creamy Swiss cheese fondue
  • 2 8 oz. packages Lorraine® Cheese Original Deli Sandwich Slices, roughly torn
  • 1½ tablespoons Flour
  • 4 cloves Garlic, minced
  • 1¼ cups White Wine
  • 1 teaspoon Sherry Wine
  • ½ teaspoon Coarse Kosher Salt
  • ¼ teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
  • ⅛ teaspoon Pepper
  1. Place the torn Lorraine® Cheese Original Deli Sandwich Slices into a large bowl, toss with flour and set aside.
  2. In a small sauce pan over medium heat or a fondu pot, add garlic and a splash of the wine. Cook for 30 seconds.
  3. Add remaining wine.
  4. Add cheese in handfulls, stirring in-between each addition until smooth.
  5. Stir in sherry wine, salt , worcestershire sauce and pepper.
  6. Add additional salt if desired.
  7. Serve warm in the fondue pot.
Serve with cut up crusty french bread, apples and or a variety of vegetables.

**Post sponsored by Lorraine® Cheese. I have been compensated for recipe development. All opinions are 100% mine.**


  1. 1

    I never would have imagined that Fondue would be so easy. The looks wonderful.

  2. 2

    Amazing. I will never go to the Melting Pot again 😉

  3. 3

    Hey Les,

    I was just talking to Scott about fondue the other night. I just received a great Foundue cookbook for review and I’m itching to make something yummy!. Your Swiss Cheese Fondue looks delish. I’m going to pin it to Pinterest. I miss you!!! Happy and Blessed New Year!
    The other Les
    Leslie Loves Veggies

  4. 5

    Cheeeeeeeessseeeeee <3

  5. 7

    This really good and simple to make. My husband would love this!

  6. 9

    I agree—we love making fondue at home. This looks and sounds fantastic!

  7. 11

    You are right, this is perfect for a stay at home Valentine’s day date. Which if you ask me is better than fighting the crowds in restaurants! Thanks for the recipe!

  8. 13

    Goodness, this looks and sounds fantastic! I love it 🙂


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