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Slow Cooker Goat Cheese Fondue

Classic fondue is wonderful, but sometimes you need something a little lighter. Enter goat cheese fondue, made with chevre, cream, wine, and sage. This recipe is even made in a slow cooker, allowing your fondue to bubble and come together while you spruce up the house for dinner or the big game.

Looking for a fun date night appetizer? Or heck, maybe this will be the whole first course before you take things away from the dinner table. This goat cheese fondue is simple, but delicious. Fondue is fun, interactive, and get’s people playing with their hands. Light some candles, bust out the Barry Manilow and let’s get some Valentine’s Day date night cooking going on. Who doesn’t love gooey warm cheese? Especially when its light and flavorful all at the same time. Bring on the apron and pearls. They will never know how easy it was, and you will get all the praise.

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Rebecca Haley-Park

Rebecca Haley-Park is culture's former editor and resident stinky cheese cheerleader. A native New Englander, she holds a BFA in creative writing from University of Maine at Farmington.