Pub Cheese Fondue Recipe

This cheese fondue recipe is deliciously tangy and perfect for serving with bread, pretzels and veggies.

Pub Cheese Fondue Recipe - {i love} my disorganized life - sharp cheddar cheese gives this fondue a delicious tangy flavor, perfect for dipping bread, pretzels and veggies

Mark and I love to watch sports, mainly NFL football {go Broncos!} and NCAA basketball {U of A, U of A!}. Although, Mark is quite addicted to golf, but he’d never admit to it, so we’ll just leave that alone.

It’s so much fun watching our teams play, and even more fun when they win. Right now, U of A Wildcats are 34 & 4, are the #1 team in college basketball, and have made it to the Sweet Sixteen, which makes me really happy!

To me, watching sports and eating go hand in hand. We rarely eat actual meals on game night, usually we just order pizza or eat lots of snacks. It’s fun to make a variety of appetizers and ‘graze’ throughout the game.

I think some of my favorite snacks, besides hot wings, are good dips and spreads. Basically, if I can dip a chip and veggies in it or spread it on a piece of bread, I’m good to go.

That’s what I love about this cheese fondue recipe. It’s made with cheddar cheese {and a dash of Worcestershire sauce} which gives it a bit of a tangy flavor. Mmm, my mouth is watering just talking about it!

Pub Cheese Fondue Recipe #cheese #appetizer

It’s very simple to make, and doesn’t take a ton of time to prepare. In fact, you can make it just before game time and serve it up with bread, chips, pretzels and veggies.

Pub Cheese Fondue Recipe
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Sharp cheddar cheese gives this fondue a delicious tangy flavor, perfect for dipping bread, pretzels and veggies
Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: 6
  • 12 oz cheese spread cut into chunks {I used Velveeta}
  • 7 oz beer
  • 2 C shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tsp prepared spicy mustard
  1. In a medium saucepan, melt cheese spread and beer over medium heat until melted
  2. Add shredded cheese, stirring constantly until boiling
  3. Stir in Worcestershire sauce and mustard
  4. Serve hot with bread cubes, pretzels and veggies



  1. says

    I can’t wait to try this. We are having a fondue date night this weekend at home so this will be perfect!

  2. Megan says

    I was so excited until I read cheese spread :(

  3. says

    Rachel, this fondue has it all going on and then some! And I totally agree with you–one of the best things about watching sports is all the food. This looks like a total winner!

  4. says

    You don’t have to convince me – I loooooooooooove cheese fondue.
    And I think it could be quite romantic to eat it with you love-one (=husband)

    • Rachel says

      I agree! Thanks Winnie!

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