I have no small love for the Nestle product Milo, that's no secret. And I'm not alone - Milo enthusiasts abound around the world. Granted, inferior copycat products also exist and have somehow garner fans (forgive them, they know not what they abide), but creative uses for Milo emerged out of Singapore and Malaysia. For example, the Milo Dinosaur (with a nostalgic hat tip to @foongfest).
I'm not really sure where the name comes from, but it's shaken Milo beverage poured over ice, and a generous helping of powdered Milo on top. It's a mess to eat/drink, but delicious.
But why stop with the drink. A piece of thick cut bread, toasted, buttered, and generously sprinkled with Milo. It's a meal. And dessert. Which is a concept acceptable in Southeast Asia.