Soda Fountain Malted MIlk Powder - Six Pack of 1 lb. Canisters

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Six Pack of 1  lb. Malted Milk Powder Canisters 

PLEASE NOTE: Malted Milk Powder does not dissolve in liquids, such as: Water or Cold Milk.  It does dissolve in Hot Beverages.  Add Malted Milk Powder to Ice Cream Shakes to make an Ice Cream Malts.  You can also sprinkle on top of Ice Cream to make a Dusty Road Sundae or you can Bake with our Malt. 

Keep in a cool, Dry Location if kept tightly sealed. 

Does contain Wheat and Milk

Extract of Malted Barley and Wheat, Sugar (Sucrose), Milk, Salt, Baking Soda.

Approx. 50 serving per 2.5 lb. container.  Serving Size:  Approx. 2 Tbsp.  (23g)




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  • 5
    Malt powder

    Posted by Franci on 12th Jan 2021

    This is great with milk shakes. Will be trying in baking also.

  • 5

    Posted by Larry Bergren on 20th May 2020

    I have purchased this product in the past, and I consider it to be the best malted milk product on the market today.

  • 4
    Terrific Malt

    Posted by Susan Roberts on 7th Sep 2018

    We have been searching for food quality malt to make malted milk shakes. This malt is delicious. It brings back memories when we smell and taste this wonderful malt.

  • 5
    Great with brats!

    Posted by Tom Brasser on 31st Aug 2015

    Bratwurst that is, not naughty children. This malted milk powder is the top quality ingredient like the kind I remember having as a child. My dad would take us to the restaurant (Schultz's in Sheboygan Wisconsin) where there were only 3 or 4 stools at the counter. We'd have a great chocolate malt and a double brat or steak sandwich on a hard roll with butter dripping out. This malt powder brings it all back with great memories and great taste.

  • 5
    Best Malt Powder I've Found

    Posted by Tom Brasser on 23rd Jun 2013

    I'm a malt-powder snob, nostalgic about my childhood malts at Schultz's in Sheboygan WI. I embarrass my family by asking at restaurants, "Do you use malt powder or syrup?" This is excellent old-fashioned powder without too much sugar like some in grocery stores. I highly recommend it.