Sunday, 15 September 2013

Oreo Milo Jelly

I actually prepared two types of finger foods for the barbecue. The Mini Pizza Tart was the savoury type & for the sweet dessert, I made Oreo Milo Jelly using the recipe created by  Roz of HomeKreation.  Roz called this jelly Heavenly Milo Oreo Jelly but I've modified it to Oreo Milo Jelly. The jelly sure is heavenly; it's hard not to be when the ingredients include Milo, a beverage many of us grow up with, & Oreo cookies!  

Oreo Milo Jelly
Recipe by Roz@HomeKreation.
Makes: 8" square

1 packet (10g) Jelly Powder (Agar-Agar Powder)
750ml Water
160g Sugar
1 can (400g) Evaporated Milk
1 tsp pure vanilla paste (I added.)
3/4 cup Milo Powder
1 pack (137g) Oreo Cookies - break into small pieces but keep the sandwich together

  1. Place jelly powder and water in a pot & cook until jelly is dissolved.
  2. Add in sugar & cook until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Add in milk, stir well. Tturn off fire once mixture is boiling.
  4. Separate 2 cups of the mixture into another pot & add in Milo powder. Stir well until milo is dissolved. Strain the mixture.
  5. Pour 1cup of Milo mixture into a square container and let the surface set slightly. Leave the other cup of Milo mixture in the pot & warm it up on smallest fire possible.
  6. Pour the plain mixture gently on top of the Milo layer. (I poured onto a spoon which I held just above the the Milo layer.) Sprinkle oreo cookies & let is set on the surface.
  7. Pour the remaining Milo mixture onto the plain layer.
  8. Let the jelly set completely at room temperature before chilling it in the fridge. Serve cold.
  1. Do not wait until the layer is completely set before pouring the next layer, or else the two layers will not stick. If the jelly is already hard before pouring the next layer, scratch surface with fork before pouring the next layer.
  2. Make sure the mixture is still hot when pouring onto the earlier layer so that it will stick well.

1 comment:

Zoe said...

Hi Faeez,

We loves Oreo and Milo!!! Nice that they are extremely wonderful in the form of jelly... Yum!


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