Nestlé’s Milo is now available as a sweet, so I tried it.


Hello, This is Santoshi.

When I work, I get stressed and want to eat sweets.

At that time, I drink “MILO” as rice, but it is troublesome to boil water.

So I go to a nearby supermarket and buy sweets.

But this time in the new product section was exactly what I wanted.

Chocolate? No MILO.


The price was 256 yen including tax when I purchased it.

It may be a little expensive as a sweet.

Nestlé Official Website Product Overview

It is individually wrapped.

This makes it easy to eat outside and is hygienic.

Now, let’s display the ingredient list.

Nutrition facts label


It was a component display per 4 pieces.

Calorie: 139kcal

Protein: 1.6g

Lipid: 9.2g

Saturated fatty acids: 5.5g

Carbohydrate: 12.8g

Carbohydrate: 11.9g

Sugar: 10.0g

Dietary fiber: 0.4g-1.4g

Salt equivalent: 0.02g-0.07g

Calcium: 136mg

Iron: 2.1 mg

Vitamin d: 0.6ug-1.6ug

There was other useful information as well.

Q; How much sweets can I eat a day?

A: The standard for luxury items such as sweets is up to 200 calories a day.


By the way, Nestlé’s MILO chocolate has 35 calories per piece, so it is recommended to eat about 4 pieces a day.

Is written.

I put it on a plate.

The word “Nestle” is on the top of the chocolate.


I broke the chocolate in two.

The upper part was a smooth layer and the lower part was a coarse layer.

What does it taste like?

I will try it immediately.

O C!(yummy!)

It looks like ordinary chocolate, but the inside is obviously “MILO” taste!

It has a sticky texture and tastes like sweet milk chocolate.

If you compare it, it has a gentle taste.

This chocolate is a very effective chocolate suitable for sugar supplementation.

I would like to find a new chocolate and do my best to continue my workT