11 Sinful Recipes That Can Only Be Achieved With A Lot Of MILO

You'll never have Milo the same way ever again.

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P.S. Milo did not pay us to create this drool-worthy list. We just really, really love Milo and felt the mighty need to share different ways we Malaysians can enjoy Milo. ;)

1. There's iced Milo, and then there's iced Milo with heaps of Milo powder on top of it. Behold, the Milo Dinosaur!

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Available in mamaks and certain food outlets all over Malaysia, you can make your own Milo Dinosaur at home too!

5 tablespoons of Milo powder
1/2 tablespoon sweetened creamer
Some crushed ice
2 tablespoons (or more) of Milo powder

1. Mix Milo powder with sweetened creamer in a huge glass.
2. Fill in half of the glass with hot water and stir well.
3. Add crushed ice into the glass until full.
4. Top off your drink with heaps of Milo powder.

2. A very popular lifehack for college students living away from home, all you need is an iron and a 3-in-1 satchel of MILO to make this DIY chocolate bar

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First, make sure you have some 3-in-1 satchels of MILO, a tablecloth, an iron and an ironing board on hand.

Now let's get to work. Switch on your iron and while you wait for it to heat up, cover the MILO satchel with tablecloth and then place it on the ironing board.

Starting with the lowest heat setting, press the covered MILO satchel as you normally would with your clothes for a few minutes. Things can get a little bit tricky here, so go with your gut feeling. Experiment with the heat settings and heating times until you find the perfect combination for the perfect chocolate bar.

After you're done "ironing" your MILO satchel, leave it to cool for a while before you unwrap your handmade delicacy.

3. Spice up bland-tasting oats with a generous dollop of Milo and maybe top it off with some fresh fruit and toasted nuts too

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1/2 cup (45g) of oats
1 1/4 cups (310ml) low fat milk
2 tablespoons of Milo powder

1. Combine oats, milk and Milo in a small saucepan over high heat.
2. Bring to boil by stirring constantly. Let it simmer for 1 minute.
3. Remove from heat and spoon it into a serving bowl. if desired, garnish with toasted nuts and fresh fruit.

4. The sweet combination of Milo powder and sweetened condensed milk spread over a slice of toasted bread is sure to beat those Monday morning blues

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White or whole wheat bread
Sweetened condensed milk
Milo powder (lots of it)

1. Toast any amount of bread you desire for breakfast that morning.
2. Drizzle some sweetened condensed milk over one side of the toasted bread.
3. Spread a generous amount of Milo powder on the toast and then drizzle it with more milk.
4. Enjoy the toasts with sunny-side-up eggs, washing it down with a large mug of coffee or tea.

5. If you feel like being a little bit more creative for breakfast, fry up some Milo French Toast to go with your daily cuppa

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50ml evaporated milk
4 tablespoons of Milo powder
1 egg, well beaten
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
2 slices white bread or whole meal bread
1 tablespoon butter
Fine granulated sugar (optional)

1. Heat milk in a small saucepan while whisking in the Milo powder under low heat.
2. Then, remove from heat and whisk in the beaten egg.
3. Trim the crusts from the bread slices and cut each slice into triangular shapes.
4. Dip each slice of bread into the Milo mixture.
5. Shallow fry the dipped bread in melted butter until it turns brownish. Do the same for the other side.
6. Remove from heat. Sprinkle some fine granulated sugar or garnish it with some chopped fruit, if you prefer.
7. Serve hot with your favorite morning beverage.

6. Poached eggs in Milo may look as weird as it sounds, but this odd concoction has been said to be "indescribably good" so don't knock it 'til you've tried it!

Condensed milk
Milo powder
2 eggs
Hot water

1. Combine condensed milk and Milo in a pot. Add hot water and mix well.
2. Place the pot on a stove and bring it to a boil under low heat.
3. Break in the eggs and leave it to boil until the egg whites turn white. Adjust cooking time according to how done you want your eggs to be.
4. Remove from heat and serve.

7. Remember when mixing Milo powder into curry-flavoured Maggi was all the rage?

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Just cook Maggi Kari like you usually would, adding a tablespoon or two of Milo powder into the noodles and mixing it in while it's simmering in the pot. The result - a unique sweet and spicy twist to an all-time favourite.

8. Kek Batik Milo is probably one of the easiest desserts you can make. You don't even need an oven!

400g packet of Marie biscuits, crushed into smaller pieces
500g Milo powder
1 can condensed milk
250g butter
1 cup sugar
5 eggs, well beaten

1. Melt butter in a saucepan.
2. Add sugar and stir well.
3. Add in the eggs, evaporated milk and Milo powder. Stir well.
4. Pour in the crushed biscuits. Mix well.
5. Press mixture into baking tins and refrigerate for at least 8 hours before serving.

9. Simple, healthy and delicious, you might want to double up on the batches when you're baking some of these Milo slices

1/2 self-rising flour
1/2 plain flour
1/2 cup Milo powder
1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
1 cup rolled oats
2/3 cup shredded coconut
2/3 cup brown sugar
1 egg
125g butter, melted

1. Grease a slice tin and line with baking paper.
2. Place all ingredients into one bowl.
3. Mix together until combined.
4. Press mixture into a baking tin.
5. Bake on 180°C for 15 to 20 minutes.

10. Chocolate brownies? Pfft. Feast on Milo Brownies instead!

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2 cups sugar
4 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
80g butter, melted
1 cup Milo powder
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
2 cups plain flour

1. Mix sugar with eggs and vanilla.
2. Add in butter and keep mixing.
3. Add in Milo powder, cocoa powder, baking powder, flour and salt. Mix well until combined.
4. Pour mixture into a baking pan.
5. Bake at 200°C for 20 minutes or until a knife comes out clean.

11. You could potentially get a sore throat from eating these DIY Milo Nuggets, but the super chocolatey goodness makes it so worth it

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1 cup Milo powder
2 teaspoons of milk
1 bar milk chocolate, melted

Note: You will also need an ice cube tray.

1. Combine Milo powder and milk in a bowl. Mix well.
2. Press the Milo mix into an ice cube tray to get nicely-shaped Milo blocks like these:

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3. Dip the Milo blocks into the melted chocolate. Make sure they are evenly coated.
4. Refrigerate until the chocolate sets. Or simply pop it into your mouth.

And how is this not a thing at our local mamaks yet? :(

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