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Milo Ice Cream Recipe

Here's a milo ice cream recipe you should try - especially if you like to drink Milo!

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Now some of you might be saying - what is Milo? That is what I wondered the first time I heard about it.

Milo is actually a drink that was developed by Nestle in Austrailia - but now you can find it all over the world. It is a milk drink with chocolate and malt mixed in. So for all you malt lovers - you would love this drink and this ice cream!

Serving Tip: Serve this ice cream topped with chocolate sauce and malt balls.

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Milo Ice Cream Recipe

Recipe subitted by: The Unlikely Cook

Philadelphia Style

Chill Time: at least 2 hours - without an ice cream maker
Ice Cream Maker Time: Approximately 20 minutes with an ice cream maker
Makes: about 1 quart
Servings: about 5 1/2 cup servings

Ingredients:

1 cup whipping cream
1/2 cup milk
5 tbsp granulated sugar
1/2 cup Milo
Handful of nuts (optional)
Handful of chocolate chips (optional)

Directions:

Combine whipping cream, milk, sugar, and Milo.

Pour into ice cream maker and process according to manufacturers directions.

Add nuts and chocolate chips during the last 5 minutes of churning.

Or if you don't have an ice cream maker you can try this method.

Combine whipping cream, milk, sugar, Milo, nuts, and chocolate chips in a small bowl.

Place small bowl filled with ice cream ingredients inside a bigger bowl filled with ice.

Whisk all the ingredients together until the mixture becomes a thick consistency (I used a hand held mixer to mix everything together - however - you're welcome to use a whisk if you'd rather - make sure you have the stamina for it).

Pour this thick mixture into a large resealable bag.

Place the bag in the freezer for an hour or two. (My freezer was full so I took my bag and dipped it in a bowl of ice and then I just left the bag in there. This method will take longer for you to get ice cream.)

Place the ice cream back in a bowl and use your mixer one more time before you serve it.

You can add additional toppings if you want or you can just eat it as it is.

Enjoy your delicious treat!



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