As the summer season starts, more and more children go out and spend their days playing under the sun. This has been the tradition in the Philippines for many years now and it’s something truly worth preserving. Now that we’ve mentioned it, summer is also the perfect time to serve sweet and refreshing desserts for everyone! This is the time when local Halo-Halo, Mais Con Yelo, Ice Candy, and Ice Scramble vendors make their way to the streets to sell these refreshing delights. 

Today, Panlasang Pinoy Recipes will teach us how to make yet another unique dessert that everyone will definitely love. And we will be using Milo, another Filipino fan favorite, as its main ingredient! Interesting, right? So without further ado, let’s now start making the Milo-Jelly Sago Salad Recipe

Milo-Jelly Sago Salad Recipe

Are you ready to make some amazing milo dessert? I sure hope you are! All of the ingredients we’ll be using today may already be found in your kitchen or pantry at home, so check your stocks first before buying outside. Anyway, all of these can be bought from the nearest sari-sari store or local market. Moreover, the procedures to make this irresistible dessert are very easy to follow and even children of the right age can already make their own! 

Before we begin, the ingredients we’ll need are all-purpose cream, evaporated milk, condensed milk, coffee, unflavored gelatin, sugar, water, sago, and the star of the show, Milo! Everybody loves Milo, right? We all learned to love this chocolatey and malty drink ever since we were kids. That’s why having it as our main ingredient will always result in cravings satisfied. 

Now that we’ve already gathered everything that we need, it’s time to make some delicious dessert! To start, simply combine water, gelatin, sugar, Milo powder, and coffee powder in one clean pot to make the Milo jelly. Be sure to mix all of the ingredients well until everything is incorporated with each other. Then, prepare to heat the pot and cook the mixture on low heat. Keep on stirring to avoid burning, okay? Once the mixture comes to a boil, turn off the heat, remove the pot, and just set it aside for a while to rest. 

Now it’s time to make the cream mixture! Just mix the condensed milk, evaporated milk, Milo powder, and all-purpose cream in one clean bowl. Make sure to stir well to achieve your desired consistency. Once you’ve done that, set the cream mixture aside for a while. After letting the Milo jelly rest, it’s time to dice it into cubes! Now that we’ve prepared everything, you just have to combine everything together into one serving bowl. Just put the diced Milo jelly, sago, and cream mixture in the bowl and mix them all up. Finally, sprinkle some Milo powder at the top to make it more chocolatey. 

And voila! That’s how easy it is to make this simple yet delicious dessert. Easy, right? It’s better to serve this Milo-Jelly Sago Salad chilled so it’s tasty and refreshing at the same time. Perfect for the summer, right? 


Boom! That was fast, right? I’m sure it didn’t take you more than 30 minutes to do that. That creamy, malty, and chocolatey Milo-Jelly Sago Salad Recipe is perfect to top off a nice, delicious meal at any time of the day. I’m sure that everyone, especially children, will absolutely love it! 

Did you like our Milo-Jelly Sago Salad Recipe? Well, you already know what to do! For more quick and exciting Filipino dish recipes, follow Panlasang Pinoy Recipes.

  • ½ cup milo powder
  • ½ cup cream
  • ¼ cup evaporated milk
  • ½ cup condensed milk
  • 1 tsp coffee
  • 1 pack unflavored gelatin
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1½ cup water
  • ¼ cup sago
  1. Put water, gelatin, sugar, half of milo powder and coffee powder in a pot. Mix well
  2. Cook over low heat, and stir well .
  3. When it's boiling removed from the heat and let it set.
  4. In a clean bowl mix the cream, condensed milk, evaporated milk and remaining milo powder. Mix well. Set aside
  5. Cut the milo jelly into diced and mix with sago, milo jelly and cream mixture. Sprinkle with milo powder
  6. Serve and enjoy.

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