By now you should already know that I’m in love with this glorious, wonderful, and comforting malt energy drink. There is something about it that calms my nerve each time I feel stressed out. The smell of it awaken my senses, and when that malty-chocolately drink touches my tongue… It’s like, it’s hugging me from within. I can go on and on about how good it makes me feel, and try to express my love for Milo but I will not put you through that, or else this post will never end! Just try it if you haven’t already. It is easily and widely available at supermarkets if you are from Asia, if not, you can get it at Asian supermarkets. It is kind of like Carnation Malted Milk, Ovalitine, or Horlick, only more delicious! Before my husband and I started dating, he had no idea what he was missing. I introduced him to this yummy goodness, and yup… he is hooked too! I like to have my Milo piping hot, like hot chocolate, he likes his iced. How do you like yours?
I’ve tried Milo that was produced in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Ghana, and New Zealand. Each country has it’s own unique recipe, some tasted more malty, some more milky, and others more chocolately, catering it uniquely to its people. I love it that it is customized for each country. I’m sure we all drink our Milo differently in different countries. Singaporeans make it with sweetened condensed milk, the Thais make it with sweetened condensed milk, sugar, and evaporated milk, and the other version is to make it with fresh milk. They are all equally nice, even when I drink it with just the Milo powder with hot water alone. Alright, enough of me talking about how good Milo is. Here is the recipe round up. Click on the picture to go to recipe page.
Milo Ogura Xiang Si Cake: Cottony soft cake!
S’mores Milo Brownie: A personal favourite and among many who have tried it!
Banana Chia Seeds Milo Muffins
The very popular Milo Cookies!
Milo Molten Lava Cake: Lava Cake with a twist!
Magic Milo Cake: 1 batter, multiple layers.
Milo Nestum Cookies: Milo cookies with a crunch!
Milo Loaf Cake: Easy Peasy Moist Milo Cake
Milo Whoppie Pie: A cross between a cookie and a cake!
Milo-Misu: A delicious, kid friendly, and egg-less twist to the yummy Tiramisu.
Nutella Stuffed Browned Butter Salted Milo Cookies: Milo cookies with a bang!
Milo German Cookies: Melt in your mouth Milo cookies!
Milo Zebra Japanese Cheesecake: Cottony soft cheesecake with Milo zebra pattern.
Egg White Milo Bundt Cake: Milo Munavalgekook
S’mores Sandwiched Milo Brownies
Milo Cake Roll (Swiss Roll) with Condensed Milk Whipped Cream
16 Milo recipes especially for Delishar’s readers! Thank you so much for your support! Delishar is almost 1, and there is something very special coming up! Please help to share Delishar’s Facebook Page, Blog Address, and any recipe that you like! Don’t forget to like Delishar’s FB Page, and follow my blog! Stay tune for more delicious recipes and Bon Appetit!
Zoe8 July, 2014 at 2:50 am
Hi Shar Kay,
Obviously, you are a big fan of Milo! Samantha, one of our Singapore blogging friends will be hosting a cooking / baking event (Little Thumbs Up) using Milo as the theme ingredient in Sep 2015. We hope that you can participate.
Currently for July 2014, we are cooking / baking with potatoes 😀
delishar11 July, 2014 at 8:53 am
I most definitely will! 🙂 Looking forward!