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    Lucrecia
    Lucrecia
    4 years ago

    if we cant get vanilla powder, what would be a good substitute? thanks!

    Lisa
    Lisa
    5 years ago

    can you possibly let us know what weights we need of cacao powder and coconut sugar? Buying ingredients online and not sure of cup quantities. thankyou!

    Maddie
    Maddie
    4 years ago
    Reply to  Lisa

    By my measurements, it’s 120g cacao and 225g coconut sugar. 🙂

    Peta
    Peta
    5 years ago

    Could you do this with out a Thermie? I do have a good food processor.

    Carla Vowles
    Carla Vowles
    5 years ago

    Mr 7yo LOVED Smilo so much that he gave it two thumbs up with upstretched arms. Mr 9yo thought it was good. They will enjoy it, I’m sure. They have only had the original a handful of times from cricket, as I’ve never bought it. Your recipe will allow me to never, ever buy the original in my life xx

    Nicki
    Nicki
    5 years ago

    Thanks Bec! Replacing Milo was this week’s goal, I tried out Smilo on my son the last 2 days, once as hot choc and once in his “Up & go”-style smoothie and he loved both, then I told him it wasn’t milo! He said Smilo is better! Thank you

    MelJ82
    MelJ82
    5 years ago

    Have made multiple batches of this! The kids have this as a “coffee” with Dad in warm or cold milk. Hubby actually saw me making it the other day in thermie and didnt realise that i had been making it – he just thought id been buying a healthier milo replacement haha Also good to pop a spoon full into a banana smoothie 🙂

    Mellie
    Mellie
    5 years ago

    This is an awesome recipe 🙂 we finished our first batch last night – making again now! Thank you x

    Sandra
    Sandra
    5 years ago

    Showed my 10 year old the milo tin ingredient list then showed her your recipe… taste got a big thumbs up…. I’ve now spotted her reading labels and asking if there is a healthier, wholefoods way to make things! Success!

    Jo W
    5 years ago

    triple thumbs up from my three offspring! super super easy too! Thanks Bec 🙂

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