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Outdoor Cooking Treat – Fruity Chocolate Melt

Outdoor cooking fruity chocolate melt outdoor fire week’s outdoor cooking inspiration is called fruity chocolate melt ­čÖé ┬áThis week’s hike was somewhere without a fire pit, so I needed to be able to cook our treat on the fire, in the Kelly Kettle base. ┬áThis outdoor cooking treat was the perfect solution as was very simple, and only required a small pan to do it with.



What is required for this outdoor cooking treat is:

One bar of your favourite chocolate.

Mixed fruit (we took a carton of bluberries, raspberries, and chopped up bananas).  In the right seasons, you can use what is around you, and also you can use what you fancy.

A pan and a spoon.

We heated our water up first in the kettle part to make our hot drinks. ┬áOnce those were done, I restocked the fire in the base, and we melted the chocolate in a pan. ┬áThe fruit was by now dished up in separate bowls and we just had to pour the chocolate on the top ­čÖé ┬á All that is then left to do is enjoy it!!


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  1. wow I really need to step up my game. I haven’t done anything like with the kids, like, ever. They would love it though – so fun!

    • I am glad you like the ideas ­čÖé We are outdoor fire cooking addicts, but it’s a challenge at this time of year in Sweden!

  2. This looks yummy! Perfect on a cold day xx

  3. Wow this looks like so much fun!
    We’ve only ever toasted marshmallows so this is definitely something our girls would love to try! xx

  4. Yummy. It’s lovely to enjoy it in pure nature. Reminds me of bear grylls

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