CD SALE & Chocolate Fondue Recipe for Valentine’s Day!

It’s February my friends….

And what do we think of in February? Valentine’s Day! Romantic music, food, flowers, chocolates! So I thought I’d give you a great recipe for the Chocolate part of the evening below but what about that music ?

Ok for romantic music  you can go to and click FREE SONGS button and get 3 tunes from my CD- The Rest of Your Life for your romantic evening.

Need a gift  or want the whole Romantic Jazz CD? ( think ex: Diana Krall/Michael Buble)

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Now for that Chocolate Fondue Recipe!


1/2 cup heavy cream
1 cup bittersweet Chocolate, chopped
Assorted poundcake, plain cookies and fruit of your choice: strawberries, bananas, kiwi, pineapple- all cut into bite sized chunks

1.Place Chocolate in a glass bowl and put aside.

2.Heat Cream on medium heat in saucepan until hot but not boiling. Stir continually.    (*If using microwave: Heat cream in glass bowl for 30-40 seconds on high)

3. Pour hot cream over Chocolate and stir until chocolate is melted and smooth

Place cake and fruit pieces on a serving dish and  Chocolate Fondue in a beautiful serving bowl.  Ladle the fondue onto individual serving plates for your guests. Yummy!

Lastly, you’ll have to supply the last ingredient….LOVE! Happy Valentine’s  my friends!





5 Minute Chocolate Fondue & the Chocolate song…

Just in time for Valentine’s day….This week’s reflection of Love & Life features  my song :  Chocolate is a girl’s best friend. I decided to teach you how to make a yummy dessert in less than 5 minutes…for that sweetheart or sweet tooth of yours!  ENJOY!




February and Chocolate Fondue…YUM!

Happy valentine’s week!!!
I’m a little behind on blogging but with good reason.
The Cunningham household has been a tad busy with my teen’s school musicals, especially since one of my teens is a SENIOR! (insert tear here) However…. February would NOT be February without a little Chocolate, yes? So I’m reposting my 1 minute interview about making Chocolate Fondue, just in time for your Valentine’s Day dinner. Trust me, this is a quick, easy recipe and so fun! Kids and adults alike LOVE this and you can pair it with your favorite fruits and cake. ( Saralee frozen LB cake -easy peezy!) I know…high calorie but this is a special occasion… You are celebrating with the ones you love!
If you make it…comment below. I’d love to hear how you served it and what everyone thought of your culinary excellence! ENJOY!

(This serves 3-4)
1 Cup semi sweet chocolate ( morsels are fine. If Chocolate is in a lg block, chop or grate first)
1/2 c heavy cream
assorted fruits cut into bite sized pieces,
assorted shortbread cookies
angel food or pound cake- cur into bite sized chunks
skewers or forks to dip or my preference is to ladel spponfuls of the fondue onto dessert plates and then guests can dip their fruit separately! No double dipping issues! 🙂

Heat cream on low to med heat until very warm but NOT boiling. Remove from heat. Stir in chocolate until it is smooth and glossy. Serve with assorted fruits and cake. Enjoy!

Here is an interview where I talk you through the Chocolate Fondue recipe in less than a minute! The One minute How To with George Smithe. Enjoy this short interview and let me know how you LOVE the recipe!

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