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Home-made Milo

Low Carb Snacks Recipes and Ideas
Recipe by Nicky
Home-made Milo
This is a delicious, healthy, and all-natural Milo recipe that the kids will just adore. I'd like to thank my cousin, Ashleigh, for sharing a recipe very similar to this that inspired me to make my own.
I'm not sure I'd call this a "Low Carb" recipe but it is certainly better than the highly refined sugar-filled drinks you'll find on the supermarket shelves.


2 Tablespoons each of sunflower kernels, pepita seeds, brown linseeds, and chia seeds
1/2 Cup Almonds
1/4 Cup Toasted Hazelnuts (skin removed)
1/4 Cup Cashews
1/2 Cup Cacao Powder
1/4 Cup Rapadura Sugar
1/4 Cup Raw Sugar


Combine all the seeds and nuts and grind until it’s a fairly smooth consistency. Add in the cacao powder and sugar and mix well together. Store in a jar in the fridge.

Additional Notes

I used all organic ingredients which were available at my local wholefoods store.