What about days 1 and 3?
You cook up a big batch at home, wrap them in cheesecloth or such, then warm them back up at camp on a stick over a fire. No need for a skillet. I used that method when I hiked the Highline in Glacier to Waterton. It worked great, except bears kept following me, but that was because I didn't tighten the lid on the syrup very well.
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