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  • Serves 1
  • 3 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 8 Ingredients

19 Comments

This creation is simply delicious and was Christened the Dream Shake due to the fact it is like all your dreams have come true.


Ingredients (serves 1)

  • Frosty milk (my children love malt milk but plain, light, lactose free etc are all fine ).
  • Large spoonful of Milo
  • Scoop of creamy ice cream (once again the choice is yours) but milo ice cream is heavenly *wink wink *
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Whipped cream
  • MORE DELICIOUS MILO
  • Large cold glass
  • Milk shake machine or blender

Method

  1. Prepare your glass by squirting chocolate syrup around the inside of your glass.
  2. Place milk, milo and ice cream into your blender and whip.
  3. Pour into prepared glass and top with a dollop of whipped cream. Finish with a generous amount of extra Milo.

Notes

MILO is a family tradition in this family.

  • Damn, that looks good! I reckon that would be a good breakfast for me having not much appetite in the morning. Thanks for posting.

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  • Certainly does look like a dream to consume. *drools*

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  • Thanks for the recipe. For those times when I need a good treat.

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  • Definitely a treat – but a very easy one.

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  • Will be putting this up on the board so the older children can make, might even get them to make for the younger ones.

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  • oh wow this looks so good!!

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  • Looks so good and a wonderful treat!

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  • Yum! I could go one right now!!

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  • I’m sure this would be a great hit with the kids!

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  • Wow! This looks amazing!

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  • My goodness this one would be for a special occasion for sure. Thanks for the easy recipe

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  • Such a great drink. So lush you could even have it as a dessert!

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  • Thanks Cherz! This Milo recipe goes to the top of the list for Milo recipes – looks like a wickedly wonderful drink!

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  • Love how there is extra milo in it.


    • LOL! Whenever I eat or drink Milo or use it in a Milo recipe……I always have and use extra! Just way too yummy! :)

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  • not showing this to my 11 year old daughter – she would die!!

    I might have to sneak one if for me when I am home alone lol! – not sharing this recipe with her at all


    • Oh taynik you crack me up..but just thinking, if you did share the recipe with her she may make one for her self and one for you …no thinking about it more, then you probably would get saddled with the clean up. lol. Have a great day all.

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