Here Are All The Milo Recipes You Need To Satisfy Your Cravings
Revisit your childhood with each delicious recipe.
If your childhood included Milo, a chocolate malt powdered milk, you might remember it as something you drink to wake up in the morning, have for merienda, or gave you a sense of momentary happiness before dinner was served.
If you're missing the delicious and unique flavor of the chocolate malt drink of your youth, here are 5 reasons you don't need to:
1 Milo Sheet Cake
It's no secret but this one-layer cake is one of the best reasons to have cake. That's because it's full of Milo, topped with cream frosting, and then sprinkled with more Milo powder. How can you resist?
2 Milo Chocolate Brittle
Remember when you used to eat Milo by the spoonful because it was as good in powder form as it was in liquid form? Now, you can have these brownie brittle cookies using Milo powder so you don't have to eat it by the spoonful.
3 Milo Popsicle
When the days turn too warm, a popsicle is a great snack to cool off with. Why not make the popsicle exactly the same as the energizing drink you would normally consume? So this recipe celebrates those days when it's too hot to do more than lick.
4 No-Bake Frozen Cheesecake With Milo Fudge
There is no reason you can't have more Milo in your desserts! This cheesecake recipe not only uses the Milo powder in the hot fudge that's drizzled on the cheesecakes, it's also stirred right into the crust, too. That's a deep dark Milo chocolate fudge on top of a creamy cheese layer on top of a Milo chocolate crust. Now that's decadence in a tiny cupcake-sized package.
5 Milo Pastillas
The Milo chocolate malt powder is just as delicious as is as it is mixed into other ingredients. Pastillas, the creamy, milky candy that many Pinoys love, is made even better and more delicious when mixed with Milo. It's also rolled in a Milo-sugar coating so no matter how small a bite you take, you'll have a taste of the Milo powder no matter what.