Milo Mousse, a dessert using a chocolate and malt powder that originated from Australia and remains extremely popular in Singapore.
Milo Mousse is a dessert that I created using Milo, a chocolate and malt powder that is mixed in with hot water or milk to produce a beverage that is popular in Singapore. Originating from Australia, it is produced by Nestle and marketed & sold in many countries. Most commonly sold as a powder in its iconic green tin, Milo is also available as a premixed drink, a snack bar, ice cream and breakfast cereal in Singapore. It is readily available in most Asian supermarkets here in the US.
In Singapore, a popular way of consuming the drink Milo is by adding ice to it. It is known as Milo Ice (alternatively, Milo "Peng" in Hokkien). Iced Milo is even available at fast food restaurants such as McDonald's. And I do have friends and family who claim that McDonald's in Singapore has the best Iced Milo. It is also commonly served locally in kopitiams and prata shops in various versions such as "Milo Dinosaur" (a cup of Milo drink with an additional spoonful of undissolved Milo powder added on top of it), "Milo Godzilla" (a cup of Milo drink with vanilla ice cream and/or whipped cream on top) and "Neslo" (Milo drink mixed with Nescafé instant coffee). Really cute names, huh!?
Milo is so versatile that I thought it would taste great as a mousse. And it sure did. The flavors brought back so much memories of my childhood in Singapore. I added some cocoa krispies to give it some texture and Bella & Jamie enjoyed their dessert immensely! So much so that they wanted to lick the glasses.
by Miss Crumbs A Lot
2 cups Heavy Whipping Cream
1/8 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Sweetened Condensed Milk
3/4 cup Milo (chocolate malt powder)
2 cups Cocoa Krispies
1. In a large bowl, add sugar to heavy whipping cream. Whisk (I used an electric mixer) until a firm peak is formed.
2. Mix Milo powder with sweetened condensed milk together until a smooth paste is formed.
3. Add Milo condensed milk mixture to the whipped cream and fold in gently, mixing well.
4. Transfer mousse into a piping bag and pipe mousse into martini glasses or any glass or cup of your choice. Layer or top with cocoa krispies.
5. If refrigerating before serving, layer or top with cocoa krispies just before serving to prevent krispies from softening.
Makes 4 servings
8/10/2017 08:53:50 pm
This looks and sounds delicious. I want some Milo. I was just watching the food network and they were showing mousses. I am craving some now that I read this, I need this in my life. I like that you added the crunch.
8/14/2017 06:35:00 am
This sounds fantastic. I love malt powder but I have not heard of Milo. I need to get my hands on some ASAP! All of the ways it is served sounds fantastic but the mousse sounds like my favorite.
8/1/2018 02:42:51 am
I have seen an article from <a href=ʺhttp://www.superiorpaperrs.com/ʺ>superior essay</a> wherein it was stated that November 30th is National Mousse Day! I'm so excited to try out this Milo Mousse on that day. It is very convenient to make because we always have a stock of the said ingredients in our kitchen, especially Milo. I've been loving Milo since I was a kid. So the idea of turning it into a mousse excites me. I can now spoil myself with a mousse each day. Thanks for the information!
9/7/2018 11:50:02 am
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