Take fondue night to the next level with this delicious brie cheese fondue recipe to share with all your friends and family.

Making homemade brie fondue is actually super easy. You need a wheel of brie, gouda, lemon, cornstarch, salt, garlic, and white wine for this recipe. 

Prep everything before starting this recipe. You will want to remove the rind on the brie cheese and fully grate the gouda. Freshly grated is best for melting.

Coat the cheese thoroughly in the cornstarch. This is helpful for thickening the cheese sauce. Use your hands to toss it all together. 

In a pot over medium heat, combine the white wine (I use a sauvignon blanc), the lemon juice, and the garlic. Bring to a simmer. 

Once simmering, slowly whisk in small handfuls of the cheese into the wine. Make sure each amount melts fully before adding more. Keep the heat on low during this process. 

Prep your favorite dipper to pair with brie. I love roasted veggies, toasted bread cubes or mini pretzel bites. Add dried apricots, sliced brie, smoked sausages, and nuts too. 

Serve the brie fondue in a fondue pot or heavy bottom ceramic bowl (this helps it stay hot longer). Alternatively, use a mini slow cooker to keep it warm as well. 

Serve with fondue forks or grill skewers (or even toothpicks) for people to dip their food into the cheese sauce. You can make the sauce ahead of time as well if needed. 

Get additional tips and recipe details via the link below to learn more about making your own homemade brie fondue platter this holiday season!