10 Raya Cookie Recipes with Milo and Oreo? Dreams do Come True!

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As we approach the month of Syawal, I am sure many of us are hustling to prepare for Hari Raya and busy with questions like… What baju Raya theme colour will it be this year? Whose kampung do we go back to first? Who will be tasked to buy the necessary Raya-related items? And not forgetting, the question to end all Raya questions; what Raya cookies do we get this year?

Fret not readers, if you accidentally forgot to buy cookies (How could you?!), we’ve prepared a short list to help you whip out simple, delicious cookies using two ingredients that are in abundance in every Malaysian pantry; Milo and Oreo cookies. A true Malaysian knows that you simply cannot go wrong with these two impossibly delicious items!

Here’s our list of 10 quick recipes for cake, crepe and cookies made using Milo and Oreo cookies as the starring ingredient:

 

1. Kek Batik

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Kek batik is famous for its hassle-free method because the thing about this delicious and surprisingly cheap treat is… you do not even have to bake it! All you need to create this milky kek batik is a refrigerator. To make this cake-like biscuit, you will need:

  1. 100g of Milo powder
  2. 195g pf condensed milk
  3. 100ml of fresh milk
  4. 300g of Marie biscuits
  5. 125g of butter
  6. 30g of almond butter
  7. 15g of cocoa powder

Get the method of creating this delightful kek batik here.

 

2. Crunchy Oreo Cookies

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As the name suggests, this cookie guarantees 100% crunchiness on the crunchy scale. It is definitely a great Oreo packed cookie to serve to your Raya guests, but don’t forget to set some aside for yourself. Want to make them? These are the things you need:

  1. 2 packets of Oreo biscuits
  2. ½ cup of butter
  3. ½ cup of sugar
  4. 1 ½ cup of wheat flour
  5. 1 egg
  6. 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
  7. 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  8. ½ teaspoon of salt

Method:

  1. First, beat the butter and sugar till they become fluffy.
  2. Add in the vanilla essence and egg. Then add in the flour, baking soda and salt. Mix the ingredients well.
  3. After that, add in the crushed Oreo biscuits and continue mixing the ingredients.
  4. Scoop the mixture with a teaspoon and placed it on a tray that has been greased with butter. Make sure that your scoops are an inch and a half apart so that they don’t end up baking into each other.
  5. Bake at 160 degrees for 15 minutes.
  6. Let the cookes cool down and store in an air-tight jar to preserve the crunchiness of the cookies.

 

3. Oreo Truffle

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To those who have been following the Raya cookies trend religiously for the past 3 weeks, then you might know that Oreo truffles are the in-thing now. The Oreo truffle is a ball of rich chocolate coated around a delectable crisp in the middle, making an enriching surprise with each bite. It looks like a complicated cookie, but good news! It’s actually simpler to make than it seems. You will need:

  1. 1 packet of Oreo
  2. 130g of cream cheese
  3. 1 cup of cooking chocolate

Method:

  1. First, crush the packet of Oreo biscuits and mix the pieces with cream cheese until well combined.
  2. Next, roll the dough into tiny balls and keep in the refrigerator for 10-20 minutes.
  3. While the balls of dough are being chilled, take the cup of cooking chocolate and melt it using the double boil method.
  4. Take the Oreo balls out from the refrigerator and dip it into the chocolate sauce. Once dipped, set them aside and let them harden.
  5. If you want some colour, add colourful sprinkles on the balls before the chocolate sets.

 

4. Milky Oreo

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To those who love traditional Oreo cookies but want a bit of a modern twist, then milky Oreo cookies are definitely one to try. It still maintains the traditional flavour of Oreos but with a milky aftertaste. It is sure to be a popular cookie among milk lovers. You will need:

  1. 130g of butter
  2. 70g of sugar
  3. ¼ teaspoon of vanilla essence
  4. ½ teaspoon of salt

The method of making this delectable milky Oreo treat can be found here.

 

5. Oreo Crepe

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It may be durian season now, but this Raya month, another crepe creation will be reigning in everyone’s hearts and tummies – the Oreo crepe! It’s a delectable, milky cake-like dessert that combines the magical flavours of durian and the richness of Oreos packed into one fantastic cookie. Try this sure-to-be-great Oreo Crepe recipe:

Ingredients:

  1. 20g wheat flour
  2. 20g of tapioca starch
  3. 10g of custard powder
  4. 10g of corn flour
  5. 1 egg
  6. 1 tablespoon of cooking oil
  7. 1 tablespoon of fine sugar
  8. 40ml of evaporated milk
  9. 150ml of water
  10. Yellow colouring
  11. 1 packet of Oreo

Those keen on giving these cookies a shot, you can get the method here.

 

6. Biskut Milo Rangup

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To those who love the idea of Milo biscuits and live for Milo, this crunchy Milo biscuit is most definitely a win-win!  The layer after layer of cookie and Milo will make you cry out in ecstasy because it is THAT good! Here’s how to make it:

Ingredients:

  1. 240g of wheat flour
  2. 120g of corn flour
  3. 250g of butter
  4. 250g of icing sugar
  5. 60g of Milo powder
  6. 60g of crushed almond
  7. 2 eggs
  8. 1 tablespoon of vanilla essence

Methods:

  1. Beat the eggs (whites only) and the icing sugar till it becomes fluffy.
  2. Add in one egg yolk and mix well.
  3. Next, add in the vanilla essence, Milo powder and crushed almonds. Mix well.
  4. Add the corn flour and wheat flour little by little until the mixture becomes a thick. The dough is ready when it no longer sticks to your fingers while kneading.
  5. Rolled the dough out into a 2cm thickness and use the mould of your choice. Spread yolk on the surface and sprinkle the crushed almond.
  6. Finally, bake at 180 degrees for 40 minutes. After that, leave to cool down before serving.

 

7. Agar-Agar Lapis Milo

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Agar-agar has always been a go-to dessert that’s great for any occasion. It’s also fantastic as it goes well with any flavour you feel like pairing it with. So in this case, we decided to choose an agar-agar recipe that uses Milo as its main ingredients. Why Milo? Well, because it’s Milo!

Ingredients:

  1. 25g of dry agar-agar
  2. 1200ml of water
  3. 1 tin of evaporated milk
  4. 1 ¼ cup of granulated sugar
  5. 1/3 cups  of Milo powder
  6. 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder
  7. ½ teaspoon of fine salt
  8. 2 pandan leaves

To create this delicious agar-agar Milo, click here.

 

8. Milo Biscuit

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No, this is not a repetition from No. 6. These Milo biscuits are not so much about crunchiness but giving you that truly rich and authentic Milo flavour. The thick Milo concentration in these biscuits may very well make your sugar levels shoot through the roof – no, just kidding, only to the ceiling. But hey, luckily Raya is only once a year, eh?

Ingredients:

  1. 250g of butter
  2. 200g of castor sugar
  3. 430g of wheat flour
  4. 2 eggs
  5. 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
  6. 4 tablespoons of milo
  7. 1 cup of cooking chocolate

We would love to show how you can make these Raya cookies but the whole team is on a sugar high so, look it up here instead!

 

9. Cheesekut Oreo

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To those who are looking for Raya cookies that are milky, sugary and cheesy, cheesekut Oreo is created as Raya Cookies specially for you. It is filled with sugary cream and every bite is as good as the first one. Ah, no more talking, let’s make it!

Ingredients:

  1. 1 small packet of sugared biscuits
  2. 2 tablespoons of condensed milk
  3. 125g of cream cheese
  4. 1 glass of fresh milk
  5. 1 small packet of Oreo

Method:

  1. Separate the cream from the Oreo and mix it with cream cheese, condensed milk and 3 tablespoons of fresh milk. Mix all the ingredients well.
  2. Crush the Oreo biscuits and set them aside.
  3. Then, soak the sugar biscuits in the left over milk for 3 – 5 seconds.
  4. After that, arrange the biscuits in a tray by alternating the sugar biscuits, cream mixture and Oreo crumbs.
  5. Lastly, put the tray in the refrigerator.

This particular treat is best serve when it is cold. We will leave you and these Raya cookies alone to have some quality time together (if you know what we mean).

 

10. Crispy Milo Ball

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The last and final Milo-based Raya cookies on our list are Crispy Milo balls. These tiny balls of goodness are great to have as Raya cookies. The rich chocolatey flavour in every pop is heavenly. Talking will not help! GO make them now.

Ingredients:

  1. 2 tablespoons of Milo
  2. 2 tablespoons of Nestum powder
  3. 2 tablespoons of peanut butter
  4. 1 tablespoon of honey
  5. 2 tablespoons of condensed milk

Method:

  1. Mix all the ingredients except for the Nestum powder.
  2. Then, roll the dough into tiny balls and roll them in the Nestum powder.
  3. Chill the balls in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  4. Serve and enjoy.

Easy peasy!

 

There you go Milo and Oreo enthusiasts, our list of Milo and Oreo based recipes will make the most delectable Raya snacks for you leaving your guest wanting more. Try to make it on your own and send over your wonderful cookies by posting them to us (sharing is caring, people!). We will be waiting for our package. No, we’re just kidding.

(…or are we? Jeng jeng jeng)

Happy Raya baking, dear readers!

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Y. Helmy
Y. Helmy

Yusof Helmy is a lover of all things rainbow; be it from rainbow cupcakes to rainbow bagels. He believes that in order to enjoy and love food, one must throw the weighting scale in the trash and eat those who say that you are on the fluffier side ( He practise cannibalism sometimes ). He is on the journey of finding his joie de vivre.

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