How To Make Milo Muffins By Moji

Gather your ingredients for Milo muffins
 These Milo muffins should be great for
school lunch boxes, with an apple, juice and water, the kids are fine.
 Get organized by measuring them in advance

 Add your butter and sugar to your mixing bowl and mix till light and fluffy

Should look like this

 I had some left over milk chocolate ( really tiny)  so I melted it and added to my mixture. It's not necessary so you can skip this

Mix

 Add your eggs one at a time (your eggs should be at room temperature, if it isn't, drop them in a bowl of warm water and allow to sit for 5 to 10 minutes)

 Add the oil and yoghurt or sour cream; you don't want to skip this, it makes it reeeeeeeeallyyyyy moist ( I used yoghurt)

 Mix together your dry ingredients

 Use a whisk, it'll help make it light

 Add the dry ingredients to the wet in three batches

 Mix till just combined, don't be tempted to over mix

 When the third batch of the dry ingredients are mixed in, it'll look and feel like mousse

 Spoon into your lined muffin tins. You can pour directly into a greased tin as well

 Ready to go into the oven at 350 for 25 mins.  Keep checking after the first 20 mins. When a toothpick inserted comes out clean, it's done.

 Sprinkle with some more of that delicious milo and devour! it's so moist and light that even after leaving one in the fridge over night, it still felt lovely and gooey!
 Ingredients For Milo Muffins
 Ingredients for Milo muffins
Enjoy the treat!

Comments

  1. Anonymous10/03/2013

    Ace Bentley we are tired of you. You are still holding on to the chauvinistic mentality of yesteryears. You blame every problem on women. I feel very sorry for the poor girl that would end up your wife. It's men like you that become a users, baterers, cheats and so on. Read, travel just do something to broaden your mind. You are an ignorant being. Men like you should have been extinct by now. I am really tired of your ignorant, chauvistic, egoistic views. If you have nothing to say just shut the fu*k up and don't type. Nobody takes your advice anyways. I really hope that this your attitude is an act.

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    1. Anonymous10/03/2013

      FYI, we aren't tired ofAce we love him well. YOU ANON WE ARE TIRED OF YOU, SO TAKE SEVERAL SEATS. ACE GIVES ADVICE BUT YOUR BRAINS HAVE NOTHING To OFFER.

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    2. Anonymous10/03/2013

      Chai! Confused Anon 9:54 AM. Did you really wake up for this? Mehn your case dey court.
      FYI: This is what the confused state of Nigeria does to it's some of it's citizens, it makes them clueless.

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    3. Anonymous10/03/2013

      *some of its* My bad... typo errors sorry

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  2. Anonymous10/03/2013

    Sorry, please who is this anonymous posting about Ace Bentley in all the posts, even those he didn't comment on? We know its ur opinion and some of us might agree with it, but ur rubbing it in our faces and that's not nice. If u have a personal problem with him, call him out on it and stop making reading comments irritating for us.
    PS: I am not Ace Bentley and I don't know him from Adam. Thanks

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  3. looks really yum! i can taste the muffins from here. would definitely give this a try.

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    1. Nice one Moji....but I hate Milo or anything that has cocoa in it....pls what other options do I ave???

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    2. You can leave out the milo and replace with more flour. Add a hint of vanilla for fa nice flavour.

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  4. Anonymous10/03/2013

    I was so pissed, I forgot to commend Aunty Moji on her milo muffins..... They look great and easy to make, should try them someday! But I don't like yoghurt, any alternative to that? *fingers crossed*

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    1. Anonymous10/03/2013

      Sour milk *rme* dint u read d post ni?

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    2. You can't taste the yoghurt, I promise. It's in there more for the chemical reaction that makes the muffin moist. But if it really bothers you, you can make a quick sour cream substitute by adding vinegar or lemon or lime juice to a thick mixture of powdered milk and water. Sour cream in Nig is scarce and usually expensive.

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    3. Anonymous10/04/2013

      Ok ma'am, thanks a lot. Now I have a substitute, I shd b trying it ds weekend! Bless u.

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  5. lol my waist is gonna get it, wonder how its gonna taste like. Thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Nice one Moji bookmarked already.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  7. Anonymous10/03/2013

    Moji just pastes the post n leave no answering of questions. It's not really nice Moji if u can't answer questions don't post. Mtcheeeeeeeeew. Mich

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    1. Anonymous10/03/2013

      Much,if you think posting recipes is easy then send in yours or learn to appreciate other peoples effort. Did you pay her???

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  8. Anonymous10/03/2013

    Aunty moji must certainly b food guru am impress great work

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  9. Nice one moji! May God bless you for all ur hardwork.

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  10. Moji must be a professional caterer/cook... Pls let's know ur resume! You seem to have surpassed imaginations here!

    BTW, I'm convinced about ur continental/confectionary capabilities but still gnashing about the african/nigerian aspect, not seen much on that!

    Thanks! God bless you and ur good work!






    Nuff'Said....
    (Oh lord, let my haters be confused like Nigeria)

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    1. Anonymous10/03/2013

      Haba! Nigeria na our own!!

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  11. Anonymous10/03/2013

    Tnx Moji.Bookmarked

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  12. Well done moji, God bless the works of your hands.
    In other news am dieting for now, bookmark will do.

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  13. Anonymous10/03/2013

    Thank God I'm pregnant I can eat anyfing I like, and I'm certainly going to try dis

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  14. Yummy I must say, I will bookmark and wait till I mary to try it out.

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  15. Anonymous10/15/2013

    I just finished making my own milo muffin.moji thank u for posting it,aunty Eya tnx for dis platform.it is my sallah treat for my family.

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