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A New Wild Recipe Template: Wild Drinking Chocolate

Colin Stuckert

Not everyone drinks coffee.

And while that leads me to wonder how they functional in everyday life, I have to remind myself that I used to be one of these individuals.

Another life, I suppose.

Anyways, most of the people that don't drink coffee will often turn to tea instead as their drink of choice.

But what about the people that don't drink tea or coffee? 

Well, I'm further bamboozled by this one, but at least I can recommend something to them still...

This: Wild Drinking Chocolate.

You probably think of of hot cocoa or drinking chocolate (sometimes defined as the sam and sometimes not depending on who you ask) as a decadent dessert-like beverage reserved for times when the weather keeps you indoors.

But that's not how we think of this drink.

To us, like butter coffee, a drinking chocolate can be an anytime beverage that is full of Wild nutrition and energy.

Here is our take on it: The Wild Drinking Chocolate Recipe Template

We call it a template because we encourage you to think of this recipe as just a starting point. You should experiment with the ingredients and amounts to find your favorite concoction.

The base liquid can be milk (nut, cow's, sheep's, coconut) or water. After that, the next primary ingredient is 1-2 TBSP of Wild Chocolate Powder

From there, you can sweet to your preferred tastes and add optional ingredients including but not limited to:

The process for making Wild Drinking Chocolate is stupid-simple: Just heat your preferred liquid in a pot over medium-low heat before whisking in all desired ingredients. Additionally, if you want a superfine texture, you can add the hot mixture to a blender and blend to create a warm, frothy beverage.

Add a scoop of Wild Whey and you have a delicious protein shake.