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The Milo Thread

  1. #1013322016-04-16 00:31:58 *Yugure said:

    Since it's already Spring Break (well, the start of Spring Break), I bought a blender, and, I had the passion to blend foods and drinks. So, without further ado...

    Milo-Shake (my version)


    • 2 to 3 MILO tablespoons (see Lt's post above; if can't convert, it's 5-7 tablespoons)

    • 2 to 3 tablespoons of sugar (the more, the betterer, but hey, it's overkill)

    • Blender (obviously)

    • Crushed Ice (since this blender of mine isn't an ice cube crusher)

    • 1 cup of water


    1. Blend them all until smooth

    2. Add Milo powder on top of shake (optional, but, mmmm Milo)

    3. Drink up!

    Don't confuse it with my other recipe back on page 1.


    And yeah this Milo-shake is versatile - like any other Milo drinks, it can either be turned to Milo ice cubes, Milo ice popsicles, Milo cream and more! :D

  2. #1028892016-05-23 14:56:13Biscuits said:

    Milo Biscuits



    -125 g butter

    -1⁄2 cup caster sugar

    -1⁄2 cup brown sugar

    -1 teaspoon vanilla essence

    -1 egg

    -1 3⁄4 cups self raising flour

    -1⁄2 cup milo


    1. Beat the butter, sugars and vanilla in a medium bowl until creamy.

    2. Add the egg and beat well.

    3. Fold in the flour and milo.

    4. Roll about 2 teaspoons of mixture into balls and place evenly onto a baking tray.

    5. Flatten slightly with a fork and put in 180°C until golden.