Extreme Foods - Puddings
3 choices of puddings for your sweet side, made with natural ingredients and freeze-dried to save weight
The Extreme Foods desserts range has been developed to contain the optimum nutritional elements for your extreme adventures. The range of desserts are fixed at 500 kcal each offering the highest calories/energy available on the market vs the lowest finished packed weight & volume. All desserts weigh-in between 101 g to 105 g, weight well worth carrying!
Getting dehydrated food just right
Normally we'd advise following the instructions when you're cooking up a storm in the kitchen of the great outdoors. However, experience has taught us to be a little less gung-ho when it comes to dehydrated food. Instead of adding all the water in one fell swoop, we recommend adding water a little at a time until your meal reaches the desired consistency. The result should be a meal that even Goldilocks would be happy with!
- 500 cal a pack
- Vegetarian friendly
- No preservatives or additives
- Made in UK
Skimmed milk powder, Palm oil (35%), sugar (24%), potato starch (15%), Vegetable oil (Rapeseed oil, Palm oil) (10%), Dark chocolate chips (8%), Cocoa powder (5%), Guar gum, Caramel powder, Vanilla, Milk protein concentrate, Soya protein isolate.
Rice Pudding and Cinnamon
Pre-cooked rice (33%), Skimmed milk powder, Palm oil (26%), Vegetable oil (Rapeseed oil, Palm oil)(11%), Fructose (9%), Maltodextrin (9%), Potato starch (7%), Soya lecithin, milk protein, Cinnamon, Flavouring.
Apples and Custard
Skimmed milk powder, Palm oil (34%), Sugar, Apple (25%), Dextrose, Vegetable oil (Rapeseed oil, Palm oil)(9%), Vegetable fat, Milk protein, Potato starch, Vanilla Flavouring.
Add 300 ml of boiling water, stir well, re-seal pouch, leave for 6- 8 mins before eating.
105 g (dried weight) per pouch.
Extreme Food is made in the UK using only the finest ingredients giving the highest Calories vs lowest pack weight & volume.
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Not great....watery, sweet milk with bits in.
As per the title really. Followed the instructions, used boiling hot water and used about 50ml less water in anticipation of a nice thick rice pudding but even after 15 minutes sat it was just like skimmed milk with sugar and a bit of cinnamon in and some kibble like bits of rice floating about in it. The only redeeming part is the milky water does taste nice.
Expedition Foods branded stuff is much, much better.