Cadbury Bournvita 500 gm
Cadbury Bournvita is an international favorite malted chocolate drink! Mix with milk and ice cream to make a delightful milk shake.
Malt Extract, Sugar, Cocoa Solids, Milk Solids (6%*), Caramel (150c), Liquid Glucose, Permitted Emulsifiers (322, 471), Vitamins, Minerals, Raising Agent (500(ii)), Salt
Contains permitted natural colour and added flavour (artificial (vanilla) flavouring substances)
Contains Milk, Wheat, Soy
Transfer the contents of the pouch into dry and air tight container and close lid tightly immediately after use to avoid product hardening.
Serving Size 20g
|Amount per serving|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 0.4g||1%|
|Saturated Fat 0.2g|
|Total Carbohydrate 17.0g||6%|
|Dietary Fiber 0.7g||3%|
|Percent Daily Values are based on a 2.000 calorie diet.|
Malted milk powder is a simple combination of wheat flour and malted barley extracts, along with milk, salt, and sodium bicarbonate to adjust its pH. Each brand has a proprietary formula, giving each its own flavour; some are more dairy-forward, and others are more distinctly grainy, but they're all similar enough.
Health in mind
Essential vitamins and minerals in malted beverages include calcium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin B1 and B2, and vitamin C, all of which are beneficial to health.
Malted milk powder is a great ingredient to add if you want extra depth and creaminess in a sweet dish
Malted milk was developed as a nutritional supplement for infants, and although it has been found that it is unsuitable for them, it has a high nutritional value from which adults can benefit
Malted milk provides just the amount of protein needed by the body. A 10 g serving of malted milk powder gives 1 g of protein, an essential nutrient much-needed by your body as it helps in building and repairing tissue, cells and muscles
Malt is known as a sweet version of umami, the so-called fifth flavour that pops up in ingredients such as soy, mushrooms and monosodium glutamate
Did you know?
Malted milk powder has many uses; add it in your favorite cookie doughs, cake batters, ice creams and custards, bearing in mind that its milky notes will intensify with heat. It can even be added to bread dough to improve browning and flavour, in recipes with a short fermentation period.
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