Beer Cheese Fondue

  Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

After yesterday’s multi-step recipe (which was absolutely DELISH by the way) we wanted to post something that was easy. Like really easy. And with Super Bowl right around the corner, Beer Cheese Fondue was the natural choice.

 My Sunday nights are consumed by Girls and Mob Wives so it’s not likely that I’ll be tuning into football. “I thank the higher powers for all of the gifts that I have already received…a keen mathematical mind and fairly fast growing hair.” Ha! Love me some Shoshanna!! Or what was the emoji quote that Ray said to Sosh?? That one was my absolute favorite. Is anybody a Girls fan? Following me at all?

Whether you’re hosting a football party, watching the game in sweats by yourself or watching my kind of TV…Beer Cheese Fondue is a great choice. It only takes a couple minutes to make and then you can pour it into a crock pot to keep it warm and smooth. We choose pretzel bread, pigs in a blanket and apple slices as dippers but there are tons of other options. Raw veggies (thinking broccoli and cauliflower) toasted french bread, breadsticks, pretzels, chips, crackers, fingers!

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Here’s what you’ll need

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Melt butter in a small saucepan. Then add onion first and garlic second

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Whisk in the flour and continue cooking

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Pour in half & half

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

And some beer too

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Whisk then bring the mixture to a simmer

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Finally add the cheese. Stir until completely melted and smooth. Transfer to a crock pot

Beer Cheese Fondue recipe pictures

Add this one to your Superbowl Sunday snack list!

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