If you have been a follower of this site, then you must have already encountered our mango ice candy recipe, which is a good summer treat. Again, ice candy in the Philippines is the same as freezie or freeze pop in the United States. It is a water-based frozen snack made by freezing flavored liquid, such as sugar water, fruit juice, or puree, inside a plastic casing or tube (either round or flat). Mango-flavored ones may be a hit among those who are into fruits, but there are a lot of other possible flavors. Among children, chocolate-flavored ice candies are a treat. They love them. Who would not love chocolate by the way?
In this recipe, we will not just use simple chocolates. We will use Oreo cookies! Are you familiar with this brand? It is usually consisted of two chocolate wafers with a sweet creme filling in between. Oreo has become the best-selling cookie in the United States of America since its introduction. It is also now widely known in the Philippines. They say that the ingredients of Oreo cookies have remained largely unchanged, although there are many varieties and flavors that have emerged over time. The classic Oreo cookie is made of the following 11 main ingredients: sugar, unbleached enriched flour, high oleic canola oil and/or palm oil and/or canola oil, cocoa, high-fructose corn syrup, leavening agent, cornstarch, salt, soy lecithin, vanillin, and chocolate.
Enough with information about Oreo. Maybe you should try the recipe now.. What is good about this is that it is very easy to make. You can also do it with kids. They will surely love the experience. And it will not take a very long time for you to have your product. Check our recipe below.
Oreo Ice Candy Recipe
- 10pcs Oreo Cookies
- 150ml Condensed Milk
- 250ml warm Water
- 250ml Hot Water
- 60g Chocolate Powder (eg. Milo)
- Items needed: Ice candy plastic and funnel
- Crush Oreos into small pieces.
- In a bowl, mix condensed milk and hot water, then add warm water and mix.
- Immediately add chocolate powder into the mixture.
- Add crushed Oreos.
- Pour in mixture into the ice candy plastic bags using the funnel. Knot the plastic.
- Freeze for a few hours.
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