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Milo Godzilla

Ever heard of Milo Godzilla? It's like the famous Milo Dinosaur that you might find at a café in Singapore or Malaysia but turned up a notch. The Dinosaur version is already pretty great—Milo shaken up with ice and topped with a heap of Milo powder.

Only use Australian made Milo...

It's the kind of drink that brings back memories of hot afternoons and cool treats. Now, imagine that with even more indulgence—like a scoop of vanilla ice cream right inside your drink.

So, next time you're in the mood for something fun and a bit over-the-top, why not whip up a Milo Godzilla at home? It's ridiculously easy and super satisfying, especially if you’re a Milo fan. Just blend up some Milo with milk and ice, coat your glass with some melty ice cream, and pour it all in. Finish it off with another scoop of ice cream and a generous topping of Milo.

It’s a perfect pick-me-up for any time you need a sweet escape or just want to treat yourself to something special. Go ahead, give it a try and see just how good kicking back with a Milo Godzilla can be!



(Serve 2)

  • High Quality Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, For Coating + For Serving

  • Whole Milk, 360g

  • Condensed Milk, 45g

  • Milo Preferably Australian Made, 45g + More For Serving

  • Ice Cubes, A Handful



  • Blender



  1. Take the ice cream outta the freezer to soften.

  2. Coat the inside of serving glasses with that softened ice cream.

  3. Keep in the freezer until ready to use.

  4. Transfer the rest of the ingredients to a blender.

  5. Blitz until well combined and the ice has broken down.

  6. Pour into the frozen serving glasses.

  7. Top with more ice cream and heaping TBSP of milo.

  8. Serve immediately.

  9. Cheers!



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