Ethan missed an entire week of school earlier this month due to him being under the weather. When he returned to school, he was given a mountain full of homework. He has been really stressed out trying to catch up in school and completing all his outstanding workload.
I get him to relax and let him have fun playing games because all work and no play makes Ethan a dull boy. He is very excited to play his favourite Horlicks NutriQuest game and wants to collect more Horlicks NutriCoins to unlock the 4th Dimension in the game. I am impressed with the high quality of this game.
Ethan has successfully collected the yo-yo to kill the metaloids. He told me he’ll need the yo-yo to defeat the metaloids.
I love listening to Ethan’s story about the game. He told me there are several types of robots to kill. One of the robots is a chopping robot, one of them will shoot, another will drop a bomb and there is another huge one (Crank Tank) in the City.
Ethan managed to grab a good number of Tall, Strong and Sharp boosters as these will definitely help him in this thrilling adventure-filled quest.
Ayden is also good at this Horlicks NutriQuest game. He is at Level 18 in the game. Just a little bit more before he can enter the Jungle to battle Dr Greedy, the evil scientist who has taken over the Horlicks factory and stole all the Horlicks supplies to stop children from growing Tall, Strong and Sharp. He may need big brother Ethan’s help to go further. Together, I’m sure my little Horlicks NutriQuest heroes will be able to defeat Dr Greedy!
Noticed his watch? I redeemed it online using the Horlicks NutriCoins we got from the Horlicks NutriPack we bought in bulk.
Through the online redemption page on Horlicks website, I have redeemed TWO Horlicks NutriQuest watches for the boys.
Since the boys are big fans of Horlicks drink, I bought the Horlicks NutriPacks to collect more Horlicks NutriCoins so they can redeem exclusive prizes from the Horlicks NutriQuest campaign such as the Horlicks NutriQuest cap, NutriQuest Hero/Villian Keychain and NutriQuest watches.
With every purchase of Horlicks pack within the duration of Horlicks NutriQuest campaign, children will receive Horlicks NutriCoins that they can use to collect exclusive prizes through online redemption.
It is so easy to collect the Horlicks NutriCoins. With every purchase of a 200g Horlicks pouch, you are entitled to ONE NutriCoin, 400g pouch or 440g Horlicks jar to TWO NutriCoins and 1kg of Horlicks pack to THREE NutriCoins. It takes as little as only 1 NutriCoin to start redeeming as 1 NutriCoin already entitles you to 1 Horlicks NutriQuest Hero or Villain keychain, 3 NutriCoins to redeem 1 Horlicks NutriQuest cap and 5 NutriCoins to get the most sought after Horlicks NutriQuest watch! Kids can also use Horlicks NutriCoins to unlock new levels in the 4th Dimension in Horlicks NutriQuest game. That is a win-win situation for me as not only will the boys get to redeem real prizes and unlock new levels in the game, they will also get to enjoy their favourite health beverage.
Horlicks 3-in-1 Original Stick packs
HORLICKS is a popular nutritional health food drink for children as it contains 23 vital nutrients which are essential for growth and children’s developments. It is especially important now during the boys’ recovery period. They may have lost their appetite for food but I am thankful that they are still drinking Horlicks effortlessly.
I also baked Horlicks bread loaf using the Horlicks 3-in-1 Original stick pack for the boys when they have no appetite for rice recently.
Ayden can’t wait to eat the soft and fluffy Horlicks bread!
Ingredients for 700g of Horlicks Loaf:
150ml fresh milk
2 tbsp oil
1 tsp salt
3 tbsp sugar
4 tbsp or 1 pack of Horlicks 3-in-1 Original Stick Pack
2 cups bread flour
1 cup self-raising flour
1 tsp breadmaker yeast
1 tbsp butter
Add ingredients into the breadmaker according to the sequence below. Bake on ‘sweet bread’ mode.
This delicious bread turns out very fragrant, soft and fluffy. This is one of the best bread we have ever baked and I deliberately keep one piece until Day 3 to see if it remained soft, moist and fluffy and it is! This recipe is a keeper!
Start collecting your own NutriCoins today through the purchase of Horlicks NutriPack.
Click here to download this engaging Horlicks NutriQuest mobile game app:
Find out more about the Horlicks NutriQuest campaign at https://www.horlicks.com.my/nutriquest.
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I love Horlicks! Come on over and have the Horlicks Godzilla…yup, Godzilla…not just a Dinosaur…at one place here. It will surely sweep you off your feet!
Yor iLike and iWant! But before I get to go over to your side of the world, I’ll try to make the Godzilla at home. I have lots and lots of Horlicks right now. Collecting the NutriCoins! Haha!
Bread is a good substitute to rice.
Yes, especially homemade ones like this :D
Wah, seems like both Ethan and Ayden enjoy playing with the game. Your horlicks bread looks so so soft. Does it have a lot of horlick taste in it? if you give me one slice, would I be able to tell that it is a slice of horlick bread just by the taste of the bread?
The bread has that wonderful Horlicks aroma in it. Taste wise it is richer compared to normal white bread. You wont be able to tell it is a slice of Horlicks bread if I don’t tell you but you’ll definitely wonder what makes it so rich. It’s like THE secret ingredient of a good bread and the boys LOVE it!
I should also try to bake horlicks bread, with other ingredients, it will not be too sweet.
Interesting! I gotta try this Horlicks loaf also. Haha.
Gotta dust off the breadmaker, it’s been ages since I baked my own bread. Sadly, it’s been sitting there gathering dust! I have a lot of Horlicks 3-in-1 packs, will try it with that.