Ingredients

  • Serves 6-8 portions
  • 1 slab unsalted butter (250 g), at room temperature 

  • 150 g milo  

  • 1 packet marie biscuits (original flavour; 298g) - break into quarters 

  • 1 tin condensed milk (392 g)

Sinful Chocolatey Milo Batik
Recipe Courtesy of
Asian Food Network

Sinful Chocolatey Milo Batik

It might look modern, but the Milo Kek Batik really is a recipe from Malaysia long ago. Inspired by the British biscuit cake, you use just four ingredients probably already in your kitchen to get a chewy condensed milk milo cake sandwiched with layers of classic Marie biscuits. All you really need is a hot pot to let everything mix and melt into each other, then straight into the fridge to set. The next morning, slice or break the cold chocolately cake into rough squares and savour with a warm cup of your favourite drink. More Milo perhaps?
  • Easy
  • 15 min
  • 10 min
  • 10 min
  • 2 steps
  • 4 Ingredients
  • Easy
  • 2 steps
  • 4 Ingredients
  • 15 min
  • 10 min
  • 10 min

Instructions

  1. Make batter

    • In a pot, melt butter, then add Milo and condensed milk. Stir over low fire until mixed through.
    • Add Marie biscuits and ensure each piece is coated evenly
    Make batter


  2. Transfer batter to tray

    • Pour mixture into tray, ensure it’s pressed down tightly


Plate and Serve!

Chill in fridge overnight or for a few hours before cutting into bite sized chunks

Plate and Serve!

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Ingredients
  • Serves 6-8 portions
  • 1 slab unsalted butter (250 g), at room temperature 

  • 150 g milo  

  • 1 packet marie biscuits (original flavour; 298g) - break into quarters 

  • 1 tin condensed milk (392 g)

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