AuthorNathan
RatingDifficultyBeginner

This is a fabulous, healthy alternative to Milo. The texture is exactly like Milo, with a very fine crunch.  It is a much lighter brown, and has a deeper chocolate flavour so may need a little more/less than original milo usage. Can also be used to flavour custard, adding great nutritional value as well.  Sprinkle over butter on toast for a sweet treat, or add to pancake mixture, or muffin batter.  It can also be sprinkled over CADA, fruit, homemade ice-cream, especially delicious over coconut icecream, blended into a green smoothy.  It is all up to the imagination as to what you do with this wonderful homemade Milo.

Yields1 Serving

 3 Tbsp/ 50g linseeds
 2 Tbsp/30g sesame seeds
 2 Tbsps/ 30 g sunflower seeds
 2 Tbsp/ 30g pepitas
 50g almonds
 ¼ cup/ 30g/or10 brazil nuts
 ¼ cup/30g cashews
 ¼ cup/30g pecan nuts

Thermomix Method
1

Place linseeds and sesame seeds into the thermomix and grind for 20 seconds on speed 9.

2

Add cacao melts and grind for 5 seconds on speed 9.

3

Place all other ingredients except for the rapadura sugar into the TM bowl and blend for 7 seconds on speed 9 - do not blend too far as you do not want a paste.

4

Add rapadura sugar and mix thoroughly on speed 7 for 4 seconds.

5

Use exactly like milo. This recipe fills a 450g Milo tin so it does make a lot. Keep in the fridge for about 2-3 months (if it lasts that long).

If you don't have a Thermomix, try making in your food processor or blender.

Ingredients

 3 Tbsp/ 50g linseeds
 2 Tbsp/30g sesame seeds
 2 Tbsps/ 30 g sunflower seeds
 2 Tbsp/ 30g pepitas
 50g almonds
 ¼ cup/ 30g/or10 brazil nuts
 ¼ cup/30g cashews
 ¼ cup/30g pecan nuts

Directions

Thermomix Method
1

Place linseeds and sesame seeds into the thermomix and grind for 20 seconds on speed 9.

2

Add cacao melts and grind for 5 seconds on speed 9.

3

Place all other ingredients except for the rapadura sugar into the TM bowl and blend for 7 seconds on speed 9 - do not blend too far as you do not want a paste.

4

Add rapadura sugar and mix thoroughly on speed 7 for 4 seconds.

5

Use exactly like milo. This recipe fills a 450g Milo tin so it does make a lot. Keep in the fridge for about 2-3 months (if it lasts that long).

If you don't have a Thermomix, try making in your food processor or blender.
Homemade Milo

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