I've not used Milo in cooking, baking or making dessert ... but I think it should taste good if add some Milo in pancakes or crêpe etc. So here's sharing my first attempt in making Mille Crêpe ...or rather Milo Mille Crêpe Cake. Indeed this chilled cake tasted deliciously good ... yummy !
Not so "graceful" looking Milo Mille Crêpe Cake as I didn't have enough of whipped cream to frost the whole cake :( But I kinda like this "rustic" look ... lol
Recipe source : Eugenie Kitchen
Below my slightly modified version, adjusted the quantities of ingredients and replaced the cocoa powder with Milo. Sprinkle some Milo on each Crêpe with whipped cream.
Milo Mille Crêpe Cake
230g all-purpose plain flour - sift and set aside
2 tablespoons Milo powder
50g caster sugar
30g melted unsalted butter
Whipped cream filling:
350ml heavy whipping cream
25g caster sugar (2 tablespoons)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
About 100g to 140g of Milo to sprinkle on Crêpe (adjust the amount to your preference).
1) Combine and mix ingredients (A) in a clean bowl.
2) In another bowl, make ingredients (B) : whisk eggs with a manual whisk and mix in the melted butter. Next, pour the milk in and continue to whisk till combined.
3) Add in (A) to (B) mixture and whisk till a smooth batter.
4) Heat the non-stick griddle or pan with low flame. Grease with a little cooking oil.
5) Pour crêpe batter using a small soup ladle or ice-cream scoop, swirl to cover the surface of the pan. Cook about 1 minute. Using a chopstick to tip the side, with your fingers, gently and carefully flip the crêpe over, continue to cook for about 30 seconds.
Remove the cooked crêpe. Repeat this process till finished the batter.
Freeze the cleaned mixing bowl for about 10 minutes. Take it out from the freezer, immediately put all together the cold whipped cream and caster sugar in the cold mixing bowl. Use the electronic mixer to whisk till stiff peaks form (about 4 - 5 minutes).
To assemble the crêpe cake:
Place one crêpe on a large plate or cake board.
With a small spatula, spread a thin layer of the whipped cream on the crêpe. (Think I'm too generous in spreading the whipped cream so thick instead of a "thin layer" ...)
Sprinkle some Milo powder (about 1 tablespoon) on each crêpe spread with whipped cream. Next, top with another crêpe and repeat the same process till finished the filling.
Decorate the top with some berries and dust a little Milo.
Refrigerate the cake for more than 10 hours or overnight before serving.
Yeah ! call this Milo overloaded ? We loved this Milo Mille Crêpe Cake very much cos it was gone within a day ... served as our brekkie, after meal dessert and afternoon snack ... or shall I call it a "Milo Day" ... lol ! After a day of "sinful indulgence" .... my girl and I looked at each other ... let's go jogging ! ha ha ! ...
Have a sweet week ahead !
This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (September 2015 : Milo) organized by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of my Little Favourite DIY
OOOOhhhh...I love mille crepes. Add milo to it...heaven!!ReplyDelete
Yes, agree ! I've fallen in love with mille crepes too ^-^!Delete
I don't know why you said that your Milo mille crepe is not graceful!!! I think the layering bit of your cake looks awesome!
This kind of Milo overloading... I want!
Thanks Zoe. Thanks for the kind words and encouragement.Delete
Wonderful! I made one that is very similar a year ago! Very time consuming but so worth the effort!ReplyDelete
Hi Sharon, thanks for dropping by.Delete
Hi Karen, This is good! The layering is so neat. I'll try out your recipe this weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks, I hope my next mille crepe cake will look better and neater ... hee ... hee ! Hope you give it a try too as we find this Milo crepe cake tasted very good.
Karen, I love the look of your milo mille crepe cake. If want to purposely make look like yours, I think cannot wor LOL! I would gladly go jogging to enjoy a slice of your cake :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Phong Hong,Delete
Ha ha ... think my girl and I are in a "dilemma" ... on one hand want to loose some weight but on the other hand craving more for these yummy "fattening" desserts/cakes .. aiyoh !
Hi Karen, your crepe cake is beautiful, love everything about it!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the compliment Cheri ^-^ !Delete
hey karen, your milo crepe cake looks awesome la! i wanted to make crepe cakes from eugenie kitchen too...but you know , i'm very slow...milo is my fav beverage!ReplyDelete
hee hee... thanks Lena. I've a long "to bake" list too ....Delete
Hi, your Milo crepe looks lovely, especially the layering!ReplyDelete
Hi Cheah, thanks for your compliment :)Delete
This looks sooooooooo goooooood Karen!ReplyDelete
Yeah, it tasted good too, thanks Joyce!Delete
Good morning Karen,ReplyDelete
wow........mille crepes ! I try to count : 1,2,3,...................16,17and 18 layers you have done .
The layering is neat.
Awesome ! Thumbs up for you, Karen.
Hee .. hee.. I lost count ... Thanks Aunty Young ^-^!Delete
labour of love.ReplyDelete
Thank you Edith ^-^!Delete
I love your rustic looking mille crepe. It is simply wonderful!
Yours are loaded with milo powder, I want some too.