Malted Milo Cookies with Choc Chips
Malted Milo Cookies with Choc Chips

Malted Milo Cookies with Choc Chips

I’ve been feeling a little ho-hum about my cookie options lately, you could say I’ve been in a “cookie rut”. So I decided to mix things up a little with these Malted Milo Cookies. I love crunchy cookies that have too much flavour!

Milo Cookie Stack Submissions

Milo Cookie Stack Submissions

With those factors in mind I’ve created these double chocolate cookies. The first chocolate flavour comes from our famous Aussie icon, Nestle Milo. The second level of chocolate is introduced in the form of dark chocolate chips. I’ve also used Nestle Malt powder to intensify the maltiness of these cookies. Finally the top of the flattened cookie is pressed into more delicious milo powder.

Malted Milo Cookies w Choc Chip

Malted Milo Cookies w Choc Chip

So we are talking about milo on milo with choice bits! With all this deliciousness in a cookie there is no reason to fiddle with icings, or additional toppings. So these are a fuss free cookie, perfect for school or work lunch boxes.

Malted Milo Cookie Stack

Malted Milo Cookie Stack

With this in mind I give you the Malted Milo Cookie! A cookie that every Aussie kids will love! Serve it with a milo milk for strong healthy bones. If you don’t have malt powder you can just add a little more milo powder but I do recommend try the cookies with the extra kick of malt. They are out of this world!

Malted Milo Choc Chip Cookies

Malted Milo Choc Chip Cookies

I’ve given these cookies as a Thermomix recipe, but if you don’t have a Thermomix simply do the regular cookie routine. Just cream butter and sugar add and egg then mix through the chocolate chips and flour.

Chocolate Malted Milo Cookies

Chocolate Malted Milo Cookies

Remember the cookies will be extremely soft when they come out of the oven. However once cooled they become deliciously crisp.

Malted Milo Cookies with Choc Chips

Ingredients

  • 160gm butter (at room temp)
  • 230gm sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 100gm Nestle Milo
  • 35gm Nestle Malted Powder
  • 120gm Nestles dark chocolate chips
  • 240gm plain flour
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • Topping
  • 1/3 cup milo

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 160 degrees (fan forced) or 350 F (USA)
  2. Line three baking trays with baking paper.
  3. Add the butter, sugar and egg to the TM bowl. 30sec/speed 7.
  4. Scrape down the bowl. 1 min/speed 4.
  5. Add the milo, malt powder and chic bits to the TM bowl. 2min/Reverse blade/Speed 1.
  6. Add the flour and baking powder to the TM bowl. 1.2min/Reverse Blade/ Speed 1.5
  7. Form small balls of the cookie dough in your hand. It will be sticky.
  8. Flatten the cookie ball and press one side into the milo powder.
  9. Place the flattened cookie (milo side up) on the baking sheet.
  10. Continue this process leaving at least two cm (1 inch) between each cookie.
  11. Bake for 20 minutes or until the cookies have darkened.
  12. Leave the cookies on the tray to cool.
  13. *The cookies will be extremely soft when removed from the oven. They harden on cooling.
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Comments

  1. I used to love Milo as a kid (I have to look milo in US stores) but what I love more now is that malt powder… perfect cookie with espresso!

  2. They look evenly thin and crisp!

  3. Ooh, I’m looking forward to giving these a try. I adore anything with a malt flavour in it and it’s nice to have something sweet on hand – just so long as the kids don’t scoff them all first.

  4. I’m not sure I’ve ever had Milo powder — gotta look for that. Wonderful looking cookies — oh, to be a kid again! 🙂

  5. I love that chocolately, malty taste. Absolutely delish!

  6. Double chocolate sounds perfect for my chocoholic family! I bet yours loved these, too.

  7. I have not had malt powder in years, I bet these cookies are delicious. Thanks Julie, pinned!

  8. Love malt in cookies. And is there such a thing as too much flavour in cookies?!

  9. Thank you Julie for inspiring me! Adapted your recipe based on my food lifestyle and personal taste! Delightful recipe!

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