We’ve had some questions and curious comments about our       Indulge Your Senses Pure Australian Milk Powder.

Our Product-creator and Director of Marketing Susan Castle, reflects that for previous generations, powdered milk was an “Aussie pantry staple”. All homes stored it in their cupboards......


What is it ?

Why do you use it ?

How do you prepare it ?


“Growing up, milk powder was always in the cupboard, it was the norm.

Families used milk powder most commonly to bake with, for example, White Christmas comes to mind, a seasonal confection enjoyed by Aussies.

Milk powder additionally was relied upon for 'milk emergencies' i.e. when the shops were shut and we had run out of milk.”

  "The flavour of childhood nostalgia!

It was particularly delicious as a drink. Using very cold water, ice and powdered milk – the ice agitates the lumps as it blends and it’s a creamy, enjoyable flavour! When mixed with heaped spoons of Milo, and cold water….the flavour of a childhood!

Even present day, though YHT milk is readily available, I send my child off to camp with a container full of blended milk powder and Indulge Your Senses Superfine Drinking Chocolate – they simply add billie-boiled water for a luscious camping hot chocolate. Really, there are a few rules with milk powder and it’s use, it’s a highly versatile ingredient to store in your pantry.” 

Indulge Your Senses Pure Australian Full Cream Milk Powder Recipe: 1 Litre


1. Add 1 1/3 cup (140g) of Indulge Pure Full Cream Milk Powder

to 2 cups of hot or cold water.

2. Stir or shake until dissolved.

3. To make up a litre, add additional water.





For best results?

Always add powder to water.

For a richer milkier milk?

Add extra powder.

For better natural milk flavour?

Mix as above and store in the refrigerator overnight.

Storage instructions for unused powder?

Sealed and in a cool, dry place.

Use-by life after reconstitution kept in fridge (below four deg Celsius)?

No more than 3 days.

Coffee & tea lovers’ tip: Make hot black coffee or tea… add a heaped teaspoon of Indulge milk powder instead of (or as well as) regular cold milk… it adds and extra creamery layer to the cup.