A funny social media post by Preview read, “My friends are no longer partygoers. They’re now chefs, baristas, DIY crafters, and K-drama addicts.” While it’s been almost a decade since I was a partygoer, it’s true that I have turned to cooking during this quarantine. Just this week, I learned how to cook a steak and deep fry (I cooked buffalo wings).
For those who are looking to try something new, why not try creating something new in the kitchen? If you’re into sweets, Swiss Miss shared two quick and easy recipes you can do at home using their products:
A cold, sweet fix with Swiss Miss Ice
Satisfy your chocolate craving by making Swiss Miss Ice. Just dissolve a pack of Swiss Miss Dark Chocolate or Milk Chocolate in 180ml of warm water and pour it into an ice tray. Freeze for at least three hours. Put the Swiss Miss ice cubes in a glass, pour the milk of your choice, and enjoy a rich chocolate drink for movie night.
No-bake Swiss Miss Mug Cake
Make merienda even sweeter with this dessert in a mug recipe. Start by mixing one pack of Swiss Miss Choco Milk Blends, ¼ cup of flour, and one teaspoon of sugar in a bowl. Add ¼ cup of milk, ¼ cup of melted butter, and one teaspoon of vanilla extract. Stir until the mixture is smooth. Pour this batter into two microwavable cups and microwave these on high power for two minutes. You can also steam these cups in a pan over high heat for 15 minutes. Once done, let it cool for one minute. You can add another layer of flavor by topping this with vanilla ice cream.
Swiss Miss Choco Milk Blends is the newest variant of Swiss Miss. It is made from pure melted chocolate, fresh milk, and marshmallows. For only P8 (SRP), you can have an instant “comfort treat” at home to make your days even happier!
This story is in partnership with Universal Robina Corporation (URC), makers of well-loved Filipino goodies such as Jack ‘n Jill Piattos, Cream-O, Cloud 9, Maxx, C2 Cool and Clean and Great Taste. Do you have other creative ways to enjoy Swiss Miss? Post them on social media and tag Swiss Miss Philippines on Facebook. For more information on URC, visit the website.