Chocolate Brownie in a yummy salted caramel sauce.
- Easy outdoor food
- Eat hot or cold
- No refrigeration required
- Long shelf life
- Weight - 300g
- Serves 1
Can be eaten cold but heating brings out the best flavours. Heating options:
- empty content into suitable pot and heat on your stove
- place the foil pouch unopened into boiling water for 7-8 minutes then open and enjoy
Ingredients: Chocolate Brownie (50%)(Sugar, Whole Liquid Egg, Margarine (Vegetable Oil (Palm, Rapeseed), Water, Salt, Natural Flavour), Cocoa Powder (Cocoa Beans, Acidity Regulator: E501), Wheat Flour*, Chocolate Flavored Coating (Sugar, Palm Oil, Whey Powder (Milk), Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder, Emulsifier: E322 (Soya), Flavouring), Chocolate Chips (3.4%) (Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier: E322 (Soya); Natural Flavouring), Preservative: E202; Baking Powder (Wheat Flour*, Raising Agents: E450, E500)), Salted Caramel Sauce (50%)(Golden Syrup, Double Cream (Milk), Unsalted Butter (Milk), Water, Sugar, Wheat Flour*, Flavouring (contains Gluten), Salt, Thickener: Locust Bean Gum). *contains Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Thiamin, Nicotinamide.Nicotinamide.
Allergy Information: Contains Egg, Wheat, Soya, Gluten & Milk. May contain Tree nuts.
Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 404kcal, Protein 4.0g, Carbohydrates 21g, Sugar 12g, Fat 48g, Saturated Fat 36g, Fibre 2.5g, Salt 0.60g
Nutrition Per Pack (300g)
Energy 1212kcal, Protein 12.0g, Carbohydrates 6.3g, Sugar 36g, Fat 144g, Saturated Fat 108g, Fibre 7.5g, Salt 1.80g
Taste great, hot or cold. Easy to warm up in boiling water. Compact and relatively light weight.
My daughter took this on her D of E expedition, she said it was tasty and really quite good.
This desert was so good! Made a cold night on Dartmoor much more enjoyable
Love these deserts, packed full of energy & a great treat to end the day.
For boil in bag food just pop the pouch into a small clear oven roasting bag in your pot of water, bag can be constantly reused & keeps the water free of glue from lables or any other possible contaminates allowing you to safely use it for brews, and hydrating food if having any freeze dried.
Always cook with mains pouch, or in water being boiled for freeze dried & brew.
Turn stove off once main cooked, or water boiled for dried, then just leave pudding sitting in hot brew water until needed. The longer cooking time has always made these puddings super soft & fluffy, if water too cold when ready to brew and/or eat pudding simply reboil, takes far less time & gas than from stone cold.