Updated: Mar 1
Just the other day, when I post a Milo milkshake on my Instagram, a lot of people had been asking me what is the milkshake all about. So, I took the chance to recreate the recipe for you fine people. There is Milo Dinosaur, Milo Godzilla and Milo Magic available in most eateries across Singapore and Malaysia, maybe even Indonesia. I decided to combine all 3 into 1, which I would call "Milo King Kong".
That was an old post I did way back on 14th March 2015, I actually called that my Magic Milo Dino-Zilla. It did have that effect. But then again, back in 18th April 2018, I somewhat made a Milo King Kong with Milo Cereals, honestly tho, to call that a Milo King Kong doesn't really satisfy me.
This. This is a whole new different level of awesomeness! I even made the Milo crumbles. This certainly does have that King Kong effect, don't you think? I used coconut ice-cream for this milkshake and to my astonishment, it really elevates the whole Milo sensation to a whole new level, plus that milo crumbles... Just insanely mind-blowing! I am not exaggerating. You simply have to try out this recipe. Cheers!
(Make 1 milkshake)
Bleached All Purpose Flour, 25g
Milk Powder, 20g
High Quality Unsweetened Cocoa Powder Preferably Valrhona, 20g
Caster Sugar, 10g
Unsalted Butter, 45g
High Quality Semi-Sweet Chocolate Preferably Valrhona, 50g
Coconut Cream, 1 TBSP
Sea Salt, Pinch
Coconut Rum, 1 TBSP
Milo King Kong:
Whole Milk, 1/3 Cup
High Quality Coconut Ice-Cream, 160g
Milo, 1/3 Cup + More For Garnishing
Milo Crumbles, 1/4 Cup + More For Garnishing
Whipped Cream, For Topping
Prepare Milo crumbles.
Preheat oven to 120 degrees celsius or 250 fahrenheit.
In a large bowl, add flour, milk powder, milo, cocoa, cornstarch and sugar.
Mix to combine well. Mix, mix, mix.
Add in melted butter.
Mix to combine well or until it resembles wet sand consistency.
Transfer mixture onto a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
Wack into the oven and bake for about 20 mins or until the crumbles have dried up.
Prepare a double boiler.
Add chocolate and coconut cream onto the double boiler.
As soon as the chocolate starts to melt, remove from heat and immediately stir in the salt and coconut rum.
Stir to combine well.
Remove the milo crumbles from the oven and transfer it into a bowl.
Stir in the melted chocolate mixture.
Coat the crumbles well with the chocolate mixture.
Dust in milo and mix to combine well.
Prepare Milo King Kong.
Chill serving glass in the fridge until ready to serve.
In a blender, add in milk, ice-cream, milo and milo crumbles.
Pulse the mixture a few times to break up the ice-cream.
Blitz it up to combine the mixture.
*As soon as you see the mixture is combined well, stop blitzing. Over-blitzing will cause the ice-cream to melt super fast and causing it to split.*
Pour the milkshake into serving glass.
Top it with whipped cream and garnish with milo crumbles.
Lastly, garnish with a light dusting of milo.