Milo Pastillas is just like our favorite Pinoy milk delicacy - but with a twist! You’ll experience the next-level goodness of chocolate milk with the help of this dessert recipe! I am sure your kids will enjoy this, and even you too.
Pastillas sure brings back memories. I remember loving it so much since I was a kid. It can be bought almost anywhere - in school, the market, sari-sari stores, and even sidewalk vendors. No one has a problem with it, especially since it would only cost a few pesos. Pay the vendor with a minimum of 5 pesos and you’ll already get yourself a piece of the milky sweet.
Additionally, it is one of the Filipino sweet delicacies that can be easily made at home. That’s why some schools with home economic classes sometimes teach their students how to make it. After that, it became possible even for students to start their own simple business. Amazing, right? You can enjoy the dessert by yourself or share it with your friends. At the same time, it may become an opportunity for you to start your business.
Key Ingredients for Milo Pastillas
- 1 cup milo powder + 1 tbsp for dusting
- 1/4 cup powdered milk, any brand
- 50 ml condensed milk
Normally, pastillas taste like milk. But this time, we took the chance to give it a new taste - by adding chocolate powder. Worry not, because the Milo chocolate brand is affordable and delicious. Plus, it contains several nutrients. And now that it gets added as an ingredient for pastillas, we have more options of flavor for the dessert. Just in time for flavor innovations, right?
Go on, try this milo pastillas recipe and see for yourself. The chocolatey and milky goodness will surely make you want for more. But don’t forget to leave some for your family and friends too, all right?
Milo Pastillas Recipe
- 1 cup milo powder, + 1 tbsp for dusting, sifted
- 1/4 cup powdered milk, sifted
- 50 ml condensed milk
- In a bowl, Sift the milo and powdered milk. Add the condensed milk and mix well until it forms a dough. Gather and wrap it in a plastic wrap.
- Roll into a log and divide it into 6-8 pcs depending on the size you want for the pastillas. Shape it into a ball or a log then roll into a bowl with milo powder.
- Transfer into a serving plate and poke toothpick on top. Wrap each pastillas with cellophane or Japanese paper if you want to sell them.