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15 Milo Recipes Including No-Bake Milo Cakes And Milo Brownie Mousse Cake


Milo recipes for fans of the childhood drink

This nostalgic beverage has been the default coffee shop drink order for several folks, and if you inquire from me, nothing really beats a refreshing cup of Milo Peng on a hot afternoon. However, not many folks have explored actuality potential of this chocolate malt drink. during this list of Milo recipes, we’ve incorporated the beloved beverage in sweet desserts and savoury treats, so you’ll find new ways to enjoy it!Download Report

1. Milo Lava Cake:

If you’ve been looking up sweet and straightforward Milo recipes to recreate within the last month, you would possibly have already seen this viral no-bake Milo Lava Cake recipe that’s been circulating the web. The Milo recipe was contributed by Malaysian radio DJ Danny Koo, and depicts a Milo version of the gooey molten lava dessert.

Image credit: @jnynee1002

Unlike the classic molten lava chocolate cake, this chocolate malt treat is steamed, instead of baked, so you can still give this dessert recipe a go even if you don’t have a working oven. If you want to serve it like they do in restaurants, be sure to grease your cake moulds well so you can flip the cakes out after they’re steamed!

Yield: Serves 3

Time needed: 10 minutes


  • 4 tbsp Milo powder
  • 1 tbsp hot water
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 3 tbsp flour
  • 3 tbsp butter, melted
  • Milo powder


  1. In a bowl, combine the Milo powder with a tablespoon of hot water. Stir until the Milo has dissolved.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine the egg and sugar, and whisk until the sugar dissolves. Add in the flour, Milo mixture, and melted butter. Stir until everything is combined.
  3. Lightly grease three small, heat-safe cake moulds or ramekins. Evenly divide the batter into the moulds.
  4. Fill a pot with some water and place a heating rack in the centre. Over medium-high heat, bring the pot of water to a boil. Place the cake moulds on the heating rack, and cover them loosely with a cloth. Leave them to steam, over high heat, for seven to eight minutes.
  5. Carefully remove the cakes from the pot, and let them cool for a few minutes. Gently flip each cake out onto a plate, then dust with Milo powder and enjoy them warm.

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