What's the difference between a malt and a milkshake?"

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It's fallen out of favor in recent years, but a malted was a soda fountain standard back in the days when there were soda fountains. A malted (in the midwest, we knew it as a malt) is simply a milkshake flavored with malted milk powder, which is a blend of dried milk powder, wheat flour, and barley malt. Some brands wil add sugar and other flavors. Barley malt is better known as an ingredient in baking and beer brewing. It's made from barley that's been germinated and roasted, which gives it a distinctive sweet 'malty' flavor. To turn a milkshake into a malted, add malted milk powder once the shake is nearly blended. Start with 1 tablespoon per shake and adjust to your preference. You can also sprinkle malted milk powder directly onto ice cream. The texture is a little gritty, but it tastes great. An ice cream sundae thusly adorned is sometimes called a Sawdust Sundae or Dusty Road. Double-Chocolate Malted Milkshake 1/3 to 1/2 cup very cold whole milk; more as needed 3 scoops ...
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