A Genuine Nestle's MILO Clone!

A Genuine Nestle's MILO Clone!

The Colonel's Kitchen

"I've been researching Nestle's "Milo" Choc/Malt drink of late, and I've noticed that NO ONE - over the entire Internet-space/time continuum - seems to have come up with a genuine clone of it. I honestly don't know why... growing up with it - as many folks have - I reckon it's one of THE greatest Malt/Choc drinks ever to grace the earth! Indeed, it was invented in 1934 by an Australian Chemist, one Thomas Mayne; it thereafter grew to be so popular (due to its "malty" goodness!), that it spread right across the globe! Anyway, without further ado, here's the recipe:"
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  1. Mix the above ingredients thoroughly (preferably running them through a sieve).
  2. Over a medium heat, stir this mixture into a saucepan with 1 U.S Cup of water (or milk - or a combination of the two! - as is your wont).
  3. Allow it to simmer gently, but do not bring it to a full boil (as this will negatively affect the flavor profile)
  4. After 5 to 10 minutes, turn the heat off, and adjust the sweetness by adding in an extra 1 to 2 tsps more of your favorite sweetener (Sugar, Xylitol, Dextrose, etc)!
  5. And enjoy a drink of warm, comforting MILO; made by your own hand!


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