Hikers’ Hot Chocolat

This is an energy drink. Enjoy it hot old or cold. One portion (35 g)  is 3,2 dl. For special evenings by the camp fire, drop of rum makes it even better.

Incredients per portion:

  • 3 g  dark cocoa powder (7-8 ml)
  • 8 g  brown sugar (10 ml)
  • 1 g  vanilla sugar (1-2 ml )
  • 18 g dry milk powder (30 ml)
  • 5 g soya flour (15 ml)
  • touch of salt
  • spoonfull of cold clean water
  • 2,5 dl hot water
  • (3-5 ml dark rum or Stroh)

Easy to make:

  1. Estimate how much hot chocolate you wish to make during your hike. Make the mixture ready beforehand. (eg. 6-10 portions for two people for 8 days).
  2. When making the hot chocolate, put 4 table spoonfulls (á 15 ml) of the powder mix in a large mug. Mix it with a large spoonfull of clean cold water.
  3. Add hot water and stir well. This way it dissolves better. For a smaller 2-2,5dl portion you can use 3 table spoonfulls of the powder mix.

Diatary value estimate per portion (35 g without the rum) about: energy 131 kcal, protein 9 g, fat 1,8 g and some calcium

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About Piritta

This is blog is written for lovers of nature, beauty and pleasure. Upgrade your hiking experience by exploring great cooking in landscapes! I'm hooked in fishing and hiking in Lapland. Since 2005 I've spent most of my holidays in the wilderness, at least a week per year, some years much more. Dreaming about it and planning the trip months ahead makes the experience last longer! It is great to share my passionate hobby with you. I hope this blog and my wilderness cooking books will offer you plenty of inspiration.
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