4 Easy Recipes with Milo (that have nothing to do with a drink)
You’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who has never heard of Milo in Malaysia. I bet every Malaysian grew up enjoying this chocolate malt beverage since their childhood. Back when I was in primary school, a Milo truck would come to my school every year to distribute free Milo drinks during recess. Every kid in my school would willingly join the long que just to get a taste of this all-time favourite drink. Nobody could resist the delicious cold Milo drink from the truck - it gives one special satisfaction when you drink it in the hot weather.
Today, however, what I want to share with you are four ways you can enjoy Milo other than drinking it like how we have always done it. So let’s get started!
1. Milo Cake
- 2 cups of Milo
- 4 eggs
- Condensed milk
- Put 4 eggs, 2 cups of Milo, 3 tablespoon of condensed milk, and 3 tablespoon of cooking oil in the blender and blend them all.
- After the ingredients are mixed well, we put them on the baking pan. Before we insert the mixed ingredients onto the baking pan, we need to spread the butter in the baking pan to prevent the cake from becoming sticky.
- After we insert the mixed ingredients, tap the baking pan a few times to air bubbles to the surface, which can prevent holes in our cake afterwards.
- Steam the cake for 30 minutes.
- Preheat the cooking pan, then insert 1 tablespoon of butter and heat it until it completely melts.
- Insert 1 cup of Milo, 3 tablespoon of hot water, and 3 tablespoon of condensed milk. Stir all the ingredients together until they mix well and there are no lumps.
2. Milo Ball
- 6 tablespoons of Milo
- Marie Biscuits
- Condensed milk
- Insert about 31 pieces of Marie Biscuits also 6 tablespoon of Milo and blend them together until it smooth.
- Insert 6 tablespoon of condensed milk and mix it well together.
- After the ingredients have mixed well, we will start to shape them into a round shape.
- For the finishing touch, mix it again with Marie Biscuit crumbs that have been blended. Then, it’s ready to be eaten!
3. Milo Batik Cake
- Marie Biscuits - 150g
- Butter - 500g
- Milo - 2 cups
- Condensed milk - 1 cup
- Insert 150 grams of Marie Biscuits and break them into pieces.
- Separately, melt 200g of butter and insert 1 cup of condensed milk into the cooking pan.
- Insert 2 cups of Milo and mix it until it melts completely.
- After the Milo has blended well with butter and condensed milk, insert 150 grams of Marie Biscuits that have been broken into pieces previously into the cooking pan and mix them.
- Pour the ingredients into the baking pan and freeze them for 30 minutes.
- Here are some useful tips to prevent Marie Biscuits from hardening - when inserting the ingredients into the baking pan:- Don’t press them, just gently spread the ingredients in the baking pan and after the freeze - let it sit for about 5 minutes.
4. Agar-agar Milo
- 5 cups of water
- 1 packet of agar-agar powder
- ½ cup of condensed milk
- 1 cup of Milo
- ½ cup of sugar
- ½ teaspoon of salt
- Insert 5 cups of water in the cooking pan
- Insert 1 packet of agar-agar powder
- Insert ½ a cup of condensed milk
- Insert 1 cup of Milo
- Insert ½ a cup of sugar
- Insert ½ a teaspoon of salt
- Mix all the ingredients. Make sure the agar-agar is boiling, then turn off the heat.
- Pour the mixed ingredients into the baking pan and let them freeze for 30 minutes.
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