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Milo icy poles

These Milo icy poles are a fun twist on this classic Aussie drink. They are full of the quintessential Milo flavors of malt and chocolate. And with just three ingredients they are the perfect easy treat for both kids and adults alike!
Prep Time10 mins
Freezing time4 hrs
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: Australian
Keyword: easy dessert, freezer pop, fudgesicle, ice block, ice pop, icy block, icy lolly, icy pole, kids dessert, milo, milo dessert, paleta, popsicle
Servings: 6 icy poles ( oz/100ml) each


  • Icy pole moulds with sticks
  • Immersion or stick blender (optional)


  • ¾ cup (90gms) Milo
  • ¾ cup (185mls) full cream milk
  • 1 cup (250mls) cream


  • Measure Milo and add to a tall jug.
  • Add cream and milk.
  • Mix well.
  • Leave to stanad for five minutes. This will help the milo dissolve into the milk and cream mix.
  • Mix very very well, trying to get all the Milo dissolved. Blitz with an immersion/stick blender.
  • Pour in to icy pole molds, add sticks and freeze for at least four hours, or until firm.
  • To serve remove from the molds. Dip in some extra milo powder if you like, then enjoy!


Milo is an Australian milk flavoring with chocolate, malt and vitamins.  It is popular in Australia, New Zeland, South America and many parts of Asia.
If you can't get Milo you can substitute with Ovaltine or  drinking chocolate with some malted milk powder.  
I use cream and milk in this recipe for each creaminess but you could make them with just milk if you prefer.