How to: make a good Milo.
Sorry, what's that?
A) don't know what Milo is or
B) have been waiting a lifetime for this blog so that you can make the perfect Milo.
Well, I'm here to help you!
Firstly, what is Milo?
Milo is a milk beverage with chocolate and malt, produced by Nestlé and originating from Australia. It was developed by Thomas Mayne in 1934. Milo is added to hot or cold milk to give it a malted chocolate flavour and extra texture. When combined with cold milk, it retains the gritty texture of its raw state. Milo can be stirred into steamed milk or hot water to create something similar to hot chocolate or cocoa.
Okay, now, I was inspired by this blog whilst drinking a particularly delicious Milo. Firstly, to make a good Milo, collect a glass or a mug.
Add 3-4 large teaspoons of Milo (or however much you usually put in). Now, add a small amount of milk (About, I don't know, 1/5th of the glass/mug?).
Stir until the milk has turned chocolate-colour. Now, fill the rest of the glass/mug with milk. You should (hopefully) have a glass of deliciously yummy Milo!
Usually I eat the Milo that's been left on the top of the milk first, then drink the Milo. But you can do it the other way and drink the Milo then eat the Milo. Your choice : D
So yes, enjoy your delicious Milo!
All Milo information taken from Wiki!