Cheesy Beer Fondue

Secret Recipe Club

Round two with the Secret Recipe Club…the Secret Santa for food bloggers! Each month, participating bloggers are assigned a blog to create a recipe from. Before the “reveal” date, you have no idea who has your blog, so it is a fun surprise to see who had your name and what they chose to make.


For September, I was assigned Raina’s blog, Connor’s Cooking, and I decided to make her Cheesy Beer Fondue, which she got from the Food Network. I mean, hello,

1. I am married to a Wisconsin boy, and cheese + beer = Wisconsin

2. I have only used my fondue pot once. I figured it was about time to break it out again!

I made a few small changes: I skipped the Worcestershire sauce, and replaced the dry mustard and cayenne pepper with yellow mustard + 1 teaspoon paprika.


The fondue was delicious, and was a hit with our friends…it made just enough for four people, and was the perfect beginning to a fondue + game night party this weekend!

After dinner, we played a round of Kill Dr Lucky, which is like the opposite of Clue, but just as fun. And then we played the game of Life.   The 1980s and 1990s editions of the game are very different. We played the older version on Saturday, and I couldn’t believe how different it was from the game I remember playing as a kid.

Thanks, Raina! Check out the link-up below to see all the other Secret Recipe Club posts for September. Can’t wait to see who had my name, and which Savvy Recipe they decided to make!

To see other great recipes from this month’s Secret Recipe Club, follow the links below!


    • Julie @savvyeats says

      I bet you could rig up a way to do it without the fondue set. Maybe keeping it hot in a crockpot instead or something?

  1. says

    Love cheese fondue and went through a phase where I was making some kind of cheese fondue once a week. Definitely the perfect party or get together treat. Sounds like you had a great time and the dipper food look yummy!

  2. says

    The title got me right away, cheese and beer, the only thing that could have possibly put it higher on my list adding bacon 😉 An SRC recipe after my own heart!


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