It's hard to think of a food product more inherently tied to an Australian childhood than Milo. A tin of the malt-flavoured powder rarely lasts long in a family house, vanishing quickly into tall glasses of milk, covering ice cream and often just getting eaten by the dusty mouthful.
When Nestle, the company who's Australian operation created Milo, celebrated their 150th birthday in 2016, News.com.au asked me to put together a series of recipes celebrating it.
With Milk & Milo fudge, Milo pancakes and a Milo cheesecake with chocolate crackle crust, this project was a wonderful trip back to my past.
Read the full piece here.