Introduction: 3-Ingredients Milo Spread for Easy Chocolate Malt Bread Pudding
As we know, cocoa is an important ingredient for a lot of our favorite sweet-tooth-satisfying desserts. One of my favorite treats is Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding. What can I use instead of cocoa powder? Actually, I am pretty much crazy for anything chocolate, so I thought it would be fun to make a special dessert with this substitution in mind.
Can we use Milo spread in place of chocolate spread?
The answer is YES, we can enjoy Milo spread made with butter, honey, and Milo powder on toast, fresh fruit or other dessert. In this step-by-step tutorial, I will show you what to do if you don't have cocoa powder or baking chocolate. From how to make Milo spread, to how to make the easiest and best Chocolate Malt Bread Pudding. This is a fun recipe because we can discover inventive ways to use up leftover bread and the Milo spread makes it different from traditional bread pudding.
At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to start baking from scratch. The Chocolate Malt Bread Pudding made with Milo spread is a rich, comforting dessert. Keep in mind though that a recipe made with Chocolate Malt Powder (such as Milo which is a combination of malt, cocoa, sugar, milk powder and others) will be less chocolate taste.
Step 1: Ingredients (For Milo Spread):
Bored of spreading jam on biscuits or toast? Let’s try this best homemade Milo spread ever with no preservatives to dress up your treats. Let me show you the outcome, I spread the top of each biscuit with a good layer of Milo spread this morning. These Milo-filled biscuits are a light and tasty breakfast or afternoon treat. It’s really easy to make and you only need some basic ingredients, so get to it and make your own. You can add honey and Milo powder to taste a bit more or less, not essential.
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon Milo powder
Step 2: Beat All Ingredients Together Until Completely Combined.
- Beat honey and butter together until completely combined.
- Add Milo powder and beat until mixture lightens slightly.
Step 3: This Chocolate Malt Spread Is So Good!
Easy to make, nut-free, and tastes great on everything from toast to the filling for your baked goods! You can store it in the refrigerator for up to 1 to 2 weeks.
Step 4: Spice Up Your Milo-filled Life.
How can we possibly use all the Milo spread?
Just add a few spoonfuls of Milo spread on top of biscuits, bread or toast. Enjoy the mixture of chocolate malt and biscuit swirling inside your mouth. Other than that, we can reinvigorate the old fashioned french toast recipe by stuffing it. Mix a cheese slice and Milo spread together to create the filling for french toast.
Step 5: Ingredients (For Milo Bread Pudding):
Don’t let leftover bread go to waste! Leftover bread could make for the most luscious chocolate-malt bread pudding. It's one of the easiest dessert in the world to make. Instead of turning the leftover bread into bread crumbs, we can turn it into something delicious that's perfect for dessert or breakfast. We can transform them into an amazing and comforting bread pudding.
130g leftover bread (around 1 cup, cut into small cubes)
1 tablespoon butter
12g Milo Spread
1 vanilla pod
Nuts, Maple syrup, Spices, Fresh & Dry Fruit, Condensed milk etc.
Step 6: Bread Pudding Starts With Bread Cubes.
- Any type of bread can be used, and even a mixture would give an interesting taste.
- Cut bread into 1 to 2-inch pieces.
- Butter a baking dish.
Step 7: Heat Oven and Add Bread Cubes Into Baking Dish.
- Preheat oven to 175°C.
- Fill the baking dish with your cubed of bread.
Step 8: Whisk the Egg, Sugar Together in a Large Bowl.
Beat egg and sugar in large bowl with whisk until well blended.
Step 9: Blend in Vanilla, Salt, Melted Butter and Milo Spread.
Pour in the mixture and whisk together until smooth.
Step 10: Stir in Milk.
Add the mixture to milk and whisk.
Step 11: Pour Mixture Into Prepared Dish.
Pour the custard onto the bread. Simply toss the bread pudding with the custard mixture.
Step 12: Allow to Sit at Room Temperature.
- Let the bread pudding sit 10 minutes before baking so the bread can soak up more custard.
- Your pudding is best when the bread is fully saturated.
Step 13: Fill Hot Water to a Roasting Pan.
Place dish in roasting pan and add 1 inch of hot water to pan.
Step 14: Bake Until a Knife Comes Out Clean From the Center.
- Baking time can be affected by the size.
- Bake 35 to 50 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean.
Step 15: Cool Slightly.
Remove from roasting pan to wire rack.
Step 16: Garnish With Toppings and Serve Warm.
- Serve this decadent Milo Bread Pudding warm or at room temperature.
- Garnish with toppings like Milo spread, Maple syrup or condensed milk, if desired.
- There’s room for customization here by considering to add some fresh or dried fruit, nuts or a combination of spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and others.
Step 17: Milo Spread and Milo Bread Pudding
Milo Spread is really simple to make! This alternative chocolate malt spread is easy and doesn’t require a lot of ingredients so using quality ingredients really makes it shine. For Milo Bread Pudding, we can move the baking dish to the top rack after the custard has set and bake for an additional 5 minutes to create a crisper top.
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