Chaga Maple Steamer Recipe - Birch Boys, Inc.

Chaga Maple Steamer Recipe

Dec 23, 2021Kaitlin Lawless

The flavors of Chaga and Maple are great together! I remember once when I was very young, my father let me sample the maple sap when it wasn’t quite a syrup yet, but had undergone a decent amount of boiling. It reminded me of hot chocolate, without the heavy dark-chocolate notes. When sipped in the frigid Saranac Lake winter, it warmed me right up! I also have fond memories of myself and younger siblings enjoying steamed vanilla milk when the adults would have coffee. These tidbits of nostalgia are the inspiration for today’s recipe. I wanted something with the texture of hot chocolate, but with the flavor of Chaga and Maple, a truly Adirondack beverage. After completing this recipe I’m not going to lie, it’s sinfully delicious! If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you must give this recipe a try!

Ingredients - Chaga Chunks, Maple Syrup, Milk, Vanilla Extract, Cinnamon


1-2 Birch Boys Chaga Chunks or 1-2 Tbsp Birch Boys Chaga Tea


1. Heat 4 cups of milk and the half and half on medium-low heat with 1-2 chaga chunks until the milk is a deep off-white color and foamy (make sure not to let the milk fully boil, or it will become chunky). This process will take 10-20 minutes.

Estimated Nutritional Information Per Serving

Calories: 238 | Fat Content: 11.5g | Carbohydrate Content: 25.6g | Protein Content: 8.8g | Sodium Content: 185mg | Fiber Content: 0g | Sugar Content: 24.6g

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