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Java Milo

If you're a fan of both Milo and coffee, you might like the journey I took to create this Milo Java recipe. Initially, I tried adding brewed coffee to prepared Milo, but it just didn’t hit the mark for me; the flavors didn’t meld as I had hoped.

Then, on a whim, I switched to instant coffee, and it was a game-changer. The instant coffee blended seamlessly with the Milo, delivering that rich, cohesive taste I was aiming for.

When it comes to instant coffee, I only trust Little's...

This cozy concoction starts with a mix of whole milk and condensed milk heated gently in a saucepot. Once it’s warm, I whisk in the Australian-made Milo and Little’s instant coffee until everything’s perfectly dissolved and the flavors are married together. The final touch is frothing it up to get that luxuriously creamy texture that really makes each sip special.

Pour it into your favorite glass, add a sprinkle of instant coffee on top for an extra pop, and there you have it—a Milo Java that’s as comforting as it is invigorating. It’s perfect for those lazy afternoons or as a delightful treat to kickstart your weekend mornings. Give it a whirl and let this drink wrap you up in its comforting warmth!



(Serve 1)

  • Whole Milk, 360g

  • Condensed Milk, 45g

  • Milo Preferably Australian Made, 35g

  • Instant Coffee Preferably Little's, 10g + More For Garnishing



  • Milk Frother

  • Sauce Pot



  1. In a sauce pot over medium heat, add milk, condensed milk, milo and coffee.

  2. Whisk until well combined, until the milo and coffee have dissolved.

  3. Frother until foamy with a milk frother.

  4. Pour into serving glass.

  5. Garnish with some instant coffee.

  6. Serve immediately.

  7. Cheers!



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