7 EXOTIC RECIPES YOU CAN TRY WITH MILO

7 EXOTIC RECIPES YOU CAN TRY WITH MILO

Milo is a delicious chocolate and malt powder that can be mixed with hot or cold milk or water to make a satisfying drink. But did you know that you can also use Milo to make a variety of tasty treats? In this blog post, I will share with you some of the best Milo recipes that you can try at home. Whether you are looking for a simple snack, a decadent dessert, or a fun activity with your kids, there is a Milo recipe for everyone!

 

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Milo Biscuits

Milo biscuits are an all-time favourite that are easy to make with just 5 basic ingredients. They are crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, with a rich chocolate and malt flavour. You can also drizzle some melted white chocolate on top and add some sprinkles for extra fun. These biscuits are perfect for a morning or afternoon tea, or as a lunch box treat for your kids. You can find the full recipe [here]


Milo Balls

Milo balls are another popular snack that are super easy to make and require no baking. All you need are four ingredients: Milo powder, condensed milk, coconut, and milk arrowroot biscuits. You simply crush the biscuits, mix them with the Milo, condensed milk, and some extra coconut, and then roll them into balls. You can then coat them with more coconut or Milo powder, or even dip them in chocolate if you like. These balls are great for a quick energy boost, or as a naughty party food for the grown ups. You can find the full recipe [here]

 

Milo Muffins

Milo muffins are a moist and fluffy treat that are ideal for breakfast or brunch. They are made with one bowl and take only 35 minutes to prepare and bake. You can also add some chocolate chips or nuts to the batter for extra crunch and flavour. These muffins are best served warm, with a glass of cold milk or a cup of hot Milo. You can find the full recipe [here]


Milo Ice-Cream

Milo ice-cream is a creamy and refreshing dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth. You can make it at home with an ice-cream maker, or simply freeze the mixture in a container and stir it occasionally. You will need heavy cream, milk, egg yolks, brown sugar, milk chocolate, and of course, Milo powder. You can also add some Milo crunchy or cereal for some texture and crunch. This ice-cream is delicious on its own, or with some chocolate sauce or whipped cream on top. You can find the full recipe [here]


Milo Pap

Pap is a traditional porridge made from maize meal that is popular in many African countries. You can make it more delicious and nutritious by adding some Milo powder and milk to it. You can also add some sugar, butter, or peanut butter for extra flavour. This is a simple and filling breakfast that will keep you energized for the day. You can find the basic recipe for pap [here].

 

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Milo Cake

Milo cake is a moist and fluffy cake that is infused with Milo powder and topped with a creamy Milo frosting. It is a perfect treat for birthdays, celebrations, or any occasion. You can also decorate it with some Milo cereal, chocolate shavings, or sprinkles for extra fun. You will need flour, baking powder, salt, butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla, milk, Milo powder, cream cheese, and icing sugar. You can find the full recipe [here].

 

Milo Fudge

Milo fudge is a rich and decadent dessert that is easy to make with just four ingredients. You will need condensed milk, butter, Milo powder, and white chocolate. You simply melt them together in a microwave or a saucepan, and then pour the mixture into a baking pan. You can then cut them into squares or use cookie cutters to make different shapes. These fudge pieces are great for gifting, snacking, or adding to your hot Milo. You can find the full recipe [here].

 

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Rounding Off…

I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post and learned some new ways to use Milo in your cooking. Milo is a versatile and delicious ingredient that can make any dish more exciting and flavourful. You can find Milo powder and other African grocery items at our store, or order them online through our website. My Sasun African Store is always there to supply you with helpful recipes and interesting content. Happy cooking with Milo! 

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Thank you to let me know , but I am diabetic I can’t use milo

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