Decadent Vegan Chocolate Fondue Recipe for Sweet Indulgence

Chocolate has always been and will remain one of the most popular desserts around the world. There are many ways to enjoy this indulgent delight, but have you ever considered a luxurious chocolate fondue? Especially if it’s vegan! I’m excited to share my award-winning vegan chocolate fondue recipe with you. It’s a versatile and easy-to-make dessert that can be prepared in minutes, making it the perfect dessert for any occasion.

A good vegan chocolate fondue can elevate your dessert game and impress your guests with its rich, smooth, and luscious flavors. What’s more, it’s dairy-free and gluten-free, making it an excellent choice for anyone with dietary restrictions.

So, what makes my vegan chocolate fondue recipe award-winning? Well, besides being absolutely delicious, I’ve incorporated some unique ingredients that create a velvety texture and elevate the taste. Using semisweet vegan chocolate chips, coconut cream, and almond milk creates a perfectly balanced blend of nutty, creamy and velvety flavors. With only two ingredients, this recipe is so easy to make that you’ll wonder why you didn’t make it before!

I invite you to give this recipe a try and let me know how you like it!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Award Winning Vegan Chocolate Fondue
Award Winning Vegan Chocolate Fondue

Have you ever craved a rich, indulgent chocolate dessert but felt guilty about the dairy and sugar overload? Fear not, for I present to you an award-winning vegan chocolate fondue recipe!

You’ll love this recipe because it offers a delicious, dairy-free alternative to the traditional chocolate fondue. The combination of soymilk and coconut cream lightens the dip without compromising on flavor. The semisweet vegan chocolate chips bring a rich and creamy texture that will make you fall in love with every bite.

One of the best things about this recipe is that it requires only two ingredients: semisweet vegan chocolate chips and plant-based milk. This makes it easy and quick to make, perfect for those last-minute hosting emergencies or spontaneous cravings.

Moreover, this recipe is versatile and customizable according to your taste preferences. You can use dark chocolate instead of semisweet chocolate for a more intense flavor, add a few drops of almond extract or vanilla extract for an extra kick, or even mix in fruits such as raspberries, strawberries, or banana slices.

Finally, this recipe pairs well with various dipping options such as fresh fruits, cookies or cake. With just one fondue pot and some imagination, you can elevate any occasion from mundane to unforgettable!

Why settle for high-sugar desserts when you can have an equally satisfying and guilt-free experience with this vegan chocolate fondue recipe? Trust me; your taste buds will thank you!

Ingredient List

 Dive into a bowl of decadent Vegan Chocolate Fondue!
Dive into a bowl of decadent Vegan Chocolate Fondue!

Semisweet Vegan Chocolate Chips

For this award-winning vegan chocolate fondue recipe, you will need 6 ounces / 168g fresh, semisweet vegan chocolate chips. Look for vegan chocolate chips, which are dairy-free and suitable for those on a vegan diet. If you can’t find semisweet vegan chocolate chips, you can always substitute with dark chocolate chips or milk chocolate chips depending on your preference.

Soymilk or Almond Milk

This recipe calls for 1 cup of soymilk. You could also use almond milk as a substitute. Soymilk and almond milk add creaminess to the fondue while keeping the recipe dairy-free.

Coconut Cream

To add an extra coconut flavor to this recipe, I suggest using 8 ounces / 227g of coconut cream instead of regular soymilk. The coconut cream will still provide enough moisture and richness for the chocolate fondue.

Cocoa Powder

For additional depth and richness, you can add one tablespoon of cocoa powder to the fondue mixture. This ingredient is optional but adds a bold chocolate flavor.

Vanilla Extract

To enhance the flavor and add some depth to the chocolate fondue, use 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. This ingredient gives the fondue a sweet and aromatic flavor.

Almond Extract

If you prefer an almond flavor in your chocolate fondue, use 1 teaspoon of almond extract instead of vanilla extract.

These simple but flavorful ingredients make up the foundation of this award-winning vegan chocolate fondue recipe.

The Recipe How-To

 Perfect for parties and romantic nights in.
Perfect for parties and romantic nights in.

Now it’s time to make the most important part of our article, the recipe itself! Trust me, once you try this award-winning vegan chocolate fondue recipe, you’ll never go back to traditional fondue again.


  • 6 ounces (168 g) semisweet vegan chocolate chips
  • 1 cup (240 mL) soymilk or almond milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp almond extract (optional)


  1. In a medium-sized saucepan, heat up soymilk or almond milk over low heat until it reaches a simmer.
  2. Once the milk is simmering, remove the heat and add in the semisweet vegan chocolate chips. Allow the mix to sit for about 30 seconds before stirring everything together.
  3. Stir until chocolate chips have melted completely and there’s no sign of separation on the surface.
  4. Add in vanilla extract and almond extract into the pot and then stir well.
  5. If you notice that your fondue is watery or isn’t thick enough for your liking, incorporate some cocoa powder or melt in another ounce of chocolate chips.
  6. Transfer your fondue into your selected fondue pot and turn on its heat according to its instructions.

Now that we’ve mastered making homemade vegan chocolate fondue from scratch, let’s proceed with section five of our article: Substitutions and Variations.

Substitutions and Variations

 A luscious, creamy, and velvety dipping sauce that will make you crave more.
A luscious, creamy, and velvety dipping sauce that will make you crave more.

Let’s face it, not everyone has the same pantry staples or taste preferences. Fortunately, this vegan chocolate fondue recipe is incredibly adaptable and can be modified in a multitude of ways. Here are some substitutions and variations that you can make to switch things up:

– Milk alternatives: While soymilk and almond milk are the primary plant-based milks recommended for this recipe, feel free to experiment with other dairy-free options such as oat milk, rice milk or coconut milk. Electrically flavored milks, like hazelnut or almond milk that includes vanilla extract, can also lend a unique twist to this chocolate fondue.

– Chocolate type: You can choose which type of vegan chocolate to use depending on your preference. Semisweet vegan chocolate chips and dark chocolate chips work best for an ideal texture while adding extra sugar might end up making your fondue watery. For a lightened spin on this recipe try using vegan milk chocolate chips instead.

– Additional flavors: Extracts like vanilla extract and almond extract add extra flavor that tastes amazing with melted dark and semisweet vegan chocolate. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, experiment with a little mixed spice seasoning or cinnamon to add warmth to this indulgent dessert.

– Gluten-free dips: Accompany this beautiful dessert with sliced fruits like berries or bananas for dipping. While dipping regular cut fruits makes a beautiful presentation, experimenting with gluten-free pretzels or gluten free graham crackers creates new textures while complementing the sweetness of the fondue.

Most importantly, remember to have fun and take chances in your experimentation! This dairy-free chocolate fondue is versatile enough that it won’t disappoint with the slightest tweak.

Serving and Pairing

 This sweet dessert is a crowd-pleaser, perfect for any occasion.
This sweet dessert is a crowd-pleaser, perfect for any occasion.

Congratulations, you made it to the best part where we get to indulge in our award-winning vegan chocolate fondue deliciousness! This rich, creamy and chocolatey fondue pairs beautifully with an array of fruits such as strawberries, bananas and pineapples. The combination of the creamy vegan chocolate with the juicy and sweet fruit creates a texture explosion in your mouth that’ll leave you wanting more.

If you’re looking to serve this as a dessert for a dinner party or special occasion, consider pairing it with some vegan vanilla ice cream or a simple angel food cake. The smooth texture of the ice cream compliments the silky fondue while the angel food cake soaks up all the luscious and decadent chocolate.

For those who love a little bit of salty flavor with their sweet treat, try dipping some pretzels or lightly salted popcorn into the warm chocolate goodness. Trust me, it’s delicious.

If you want to take your fondue to another level of sublime, try adding some vegan whipped cream on top or even sprinkling some sea salt flakes over your plate. The sweet and salty combination is simply heavenly!

So, let your creativity run wild and experiment with different foods to dip into this amazing award-winning vegan dark chocolate fondue recipe. With endless possibilities comes endless joy and satisfaction. Enjoy!

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 Celebrate life's moments with this delightful award-winning recipe.
Celebrate life’s moments with this delightful award-winning recipe.

Once you’ve made the delicious vegan chocolate fondue, you might wonder if it’s possible to store it for later. The good news is, yes!

If you want to make the fondue ahead of time, the key is to keep it warm in a fondue pot or slow cooker. You can also transfer the mixture to an airtight container and keep it in the fridge for up to 1 day. When you’re ready to serve it again, heat it slowly on low heat, stirring occasionally.

To reheat stored fondue, place the container in a pan of warm water and stir until it reaches your desired consistency. Avoid using high heat, as it can cause the fondue to become grainy or separate.

Storing leftover melted chocolate is also easy. Simply allow it to cool down completely and then transfer it to an airtight container. Stored in the fridge, chocolate can last up to 2 weeks. When you’re ready to use it again, reheat slowly using double boiling method or microwave with low heat setting.

As for any unopened ingredients used in making the fondue that are still fresh, they can be stored in their original packaging at room temperature or in the fridge depending on individual recommendation (e.g. chocolate chips should be kept away from sunlight and moisture while soymilk should always be refrigerated after opening).

Remember that while storing and reheating are perfectly fine, freshly made chocolate fondue is undeniably superior – nothing quite beats its silky smooth texture and aroma fresh off the pot!

Tips for Perfect Results

 Surprise your guests with a special treat.
Surprise your guests with a special treat.

As a vegan chef, I know how tricky it can be to get the perfect consistency and flavor in any recipe. Here, I have gathered some tips to help you make an award-winning vegan chocolate fondue that will knock the socks off of all your guests. Read on to learn some key tips for achieving the best results possible.

1. Heat Low and Slow

When heating your fondue pot, it is important to keep the heat low and slow. This will prevent your vegan chocolate from burning and, better yet, reduce the chances of your fondue becoming watery or grainy after melting.

2. Use High-Quality Ingredients

The key to an award-winning vegan chocolate fondue is using high-quality ingredients. Choose a good quality semisweet vegan chocolate that has a deep and rich flavor. Also, opt for dairy-free milks such as coconut milk or soymilk that complement the flavors of the chocolate.

3. Stir Consistently

When melting the chocolate for your fondue, make sure to stir consistently with a silicone spatula until fully melted. This will ensure that there are no clumps in your fondue mixture.

4. Opt for Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate usually has less sugar and fat than milk chocolate, making it a healthier option for your vegan fondue recipe. It also gives your fondue a richer taste and pairs well with fruits such as strawberries, raspberries, and bananas.

5. Add Vanilla Extract

Adding vanilla extract to your vegan chocolate fondue recipe will give it an added depth of flavor that complements the richness of the chocolate. A little goes a long way, so only use 1 tsp of vanilla extract for 2 cups of melted chocolate.

By following these simple tips, you can elevate your vegan chocolate fondue from mediocre to extraordinary. Trust me; these tips can lead you down the road towards making an incredible and award-winning dessert!


As you amaze your guests with this award-winning vegan chocolate fondue recipe, some might have questions about ingredients, how to achieve the best consistency, or even common troubleshooting problems. In this next section, we will tackle some frequent asked questions to help you prepare and serve the perfect dark chocolate dessert fondue for any occasion.

What chocolate is best for chocolate fondue?

When selecting chocolate for fondue, it’s best to opt for semisweet or bittersweet varieties that have minimal ingredients. Inferior quality chocolate brands tend to contain additional and superfluous ingredients in order to cut down on expenses, which is not ideal for fondue making.

Is milk or dark chocolate better for fondue?

Dark chocolate is a chocolate variant that is known for its high cocoa content, which gives it a distinctively bitter taste. Despite its bitterness, dark chocolate is a flavor-rich option that can be used to make decadent and unique fondue. The bold taste of dark chocolate pairs perfectly with sweet accompaniments such as pound cake and brownies, making for a sublime dessert experience.

Why is my chocolate fondue not melting?

To make the chocolate smooth again, it can be helpful to gradually add some hot cream. Another option is to add a small amount of liqueur or water, as the chocolate lacks water and not fat, which can create a smoother consistency.

Why is my chocolate fondue watery?

Dealing with chocolate can be quite tricky, especially when it comes to making a fondue. Sometimes, the fondue can come out watery, which is not ideal. One possible reason for this is the separation of the chocolate as a result of adding some liquid such as liqueur. Consequently, it can become lumpy and uneven, which can ruin the taste and texture of the fondue.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, if you are looking for a show-stopping dessert that is both vegan and award-winning, look no further than this vegan chocolate fondue recipe! With its rich, velvety texture and indulgent chocolate flavor, this fondue is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and impress your guests. And with its simple ingredient list and easy preparation method, it’s perfect for novice and experienced cooks alike.

So go ahead and give this recipe a try – I promise it won’t disappoint! And if you find yourself craving something different, don’t hesitate to experiment with the recipe. With so many delicious substitution options and variations available, the possibilities are endless. Whatever you choose, I hope you enjoy dipping into the decadent world of dairy-free chocolate fondue. Happy cooking!

Award Winning Vegan Chocolate Fondue

Award Winning Vegan Chocolate Fondue Recipe

This is a simple, rich vegan chocolate sauce from You can add extra soy milk to thin the fondue if you want to. You would probably need to do this if you wanted to use it in a chocolate fountain. The fondue is the consistency of a stiff frosting at room temperature.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine Vegan
Calories 18.9 kcal


  • 12 ounces semisweet vegan chocolate chips
  • 3/4 cup soymilk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon almond extract


  • Combine the chocolate chips, soy milk, vanilla extract, and almond extract in a slow cooker.
  • Turn the cooker on "high" and cook, stirring occasionally, until the chips are completely melted and the sauce is smooth.
  • Serve in a fondue pot, or in the slow cooker set on "low", with assorted bite size food for dipping (strawberries, bananas, pineapple, pretzels, cookies, brownies, etc.).

Add Your Own Notes


Serving: 31gCalories: 18.9kcalCarbohydrates: 1.6gProtein: 1.4gFat: 0.6gSaturated Fat: 0.1gSodium: 16.9mgFiber: 0.4gSugar: 0.3g
Keyword < 60 Mins, Beginner Cook, Dessert, Easy, Vegan
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