About Malt powder Edit

A powder substance, not to be confused with malted milk powder, that is made from dried whole grains ground into a fine textured flour for use in making baked goods more nutritious and better tasting. This powder is most often made from sprouted barley, which is less expensive to produce than powder made with sprouted wheat or rice. The malt powder is made by drying the grain spouts instead of cooking the grain and is available as either a diastatic malt or a non-diastatic malt substance.

Malt powder Recipes Edit

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