Hope you have enjoyed my creation of the Milo Ferrero Rocher Swiss Roll in my last post. This time I am gonna share another personal creation which also got the big thumbs up from my family. This Milo frozen treat can be made with or without an ice-cream maker and definitely cheers us up in this time of hazy condition in Singapore caused by the Indonesia fires.
Due to the deterioration of air quality, my family has been keeping all doors and windows shut (hubby even bought air-tight tapes to stick on the windows and doors to ensure a tight seal to prevent any air from coming through) and making our IQAir Healthpro air-purifier work extra hard. We are also diligent in donning our N95 masks when the PSI level hits unhealthy level.
We are kind of disturb to see many people taking the haze too lightly and still do not wear N95 mask (surgical masks, tissues or handkerchiefs will not protect you at all!) at outdoors. According to Wikipedia, the PM 2.5 particles which made up the majority of haze particles is the deadliest form of air pollution due to their ability to penetrate deep into the lungs and blood streams unfiltered, causing DNA mutations, heart attacks, premature death and lung cancer, thus even short-term exposure can be damaging!
Hence, I do urge my Singaporean and Malaysian readers to take good care during this haze period and be proactive in taking care of your own/family's health.
Milo Ice-Cream (eggless version)
550ml heavy whipping cream (with at least 36~40% fat)
225ml fresh milk
50g brown sugar (will reduce to 30g next time as I prefer less sweet)
1/8 tsp sea salt
1/2 vanilla bean pod (cut lengthwise and scrape seed)
130g milo powder (I prefer Australian recipe Milo which is tastier and more fragrant)
|Source from ThinkHealthyDiet|
香草豆荚的好处: 促进头发生长, 抗衰老, 舒缓烧伤, 治疗粉刺, 助于减肥瘦身, 减轻反胃, 辅助伤口愈合
50克 黑糖 （下次做，会用30克因为个人不喜欢太甜）
1/8 小勺 海盐
半支 香草豆荚 （切半，刮出香草籽）
1. Combine the milo powder, milk, sugar, salt and vanilla bean seeds in a pot and warm up everthing over medium heat until the sugar has completely dissolved.
2. Pour the whipping cream into the ice-cream maker tin, followed by the milo mixture. Mix well before chilling in the freezer for two hours. (If you do not own an ice-cream maker, put the combined mixture into a freezer safe container and place it in the freezer. Remove every hour to stir with a fork, repeat for 4~5 times as this will improve the texture and prevents the ice-cream from being icy. You may eat it like soft serve or frozen hard. )
3. Once chilled, process in the ice-cream maker for 50~60 minutes. Serve directly as soft serve from the ice-cream maker.
4. OR transfer to a freezer-safe container, cover and freeze in the refrigerator until solid before serving.
|Love my Tovolo Glide-A-Scoop insulated container which fits neatly in the freezer and makes scooping a breeze!|
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This post is linked to Little Thumbs Up Event: Sept-Milo theme organized by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen from my little favourite DIY and hosted by Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids
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