A century-old idea gets a reboot. Malt powder and warm milk were once popular with Antarctic explorers looking for an energy boost. This creation is an ode to the double chocolate malted of the ’50s: a nostalgic, comforting and creamy drinking chocolate. Don’t be shy with how to indulge – melt in marshmallows, pour on pancakes or eat it straight up. Perfect for explorations of any kind.
It’s easy to make. For 2 servings…
Bring 1/2 cup of water to a boil in small saucepan. Add 6 tablespoons of dry mix. Reduce heat to a simmer and whisk until thick and smooth. This is your liquid chocolate.
Serve 1/4 cup of liquid chocolate “as is” in a shot glass for an intense shot.
For a traditional mug, add 3/4 cup of warm milk or hot water to 1/4 cup of liquid chocolate.
Ingredients include milk, barley malt.
*May contain traces of nuts, including tree nuts and peanuts, dairy, flour (glutens), eggs, and soy.