Monday, 14 September 2015

Milo Slice

My kids love Milo.  They can easily finish up a whole big tin within a month if I don't stop them.  I even found out that they eat Milo out from the can!  Luckily, my kids' body is not like mine.  If I do that, I think I will nose bleed.

So with this month Little Thumbs Up's Milo event, it is easy for me to put together something.

I am going for Milo slice as I have never done this before and I think it is a good choice for my daughter's lunch box because since she fractured her wrist, it will makes life easier for her not having to queue for food in the canteen.



Findings: My slice is pretty thick as I was too lazy to clank up the oven so I just used a 5" X 5" square that is big enough to fit into my air fryer.  I should have re look at the recipe again, instead of baking it for 20 mins, I baked an extra 8 mins.  So I think it resulted in a dryer piece of slice.  

But overall, I quite like the taste.  

What you need:

80g brown sugar
20g castor sugar
50g rolled oats
125g milo
80g self raising flour
75g plain flour
85g almond meal
1 egg
125g melted butter

Method:

Preheat oven to 180°C.  Greased and Line a 5” baking square pan. (I used air fryer at 170°C)

Mix all dry ingredients together in a mixer.

Whisk the egg and melted butter until combined.

Pour the egg mixture into the dry ingredients and mixed until all is combined thoroughly.

Pour batter into a pan and level out evenly.

Bake for 15 – 20 mins.

Drizzle in melted chocolate (optional)


Am submitting to Little Thumbs Up September (Milo) hosted by
Bake for Happy Kids and my little favourite DIY 



Have fun with this.

3 comments:

  1. Hi Edith,
    I too had bookmarked one Milo slice recipe but yet to try it. The hazy weather later made me no mood to bake. This slice of yours looked delicious.

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  2. Ooh! I am always looking for recipes using milo! These look so tasty!

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  3. Hi Edith,

    I hope your girl is recovering well... So nice of you to bake this yummy Milo slice for her to bring to school.

    Zoe

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