Where to Find Malt Powder in the Grocery Store? (Check These Aisles…)

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Looking for malt powder in the grocery store? Here are the aisles you should be checking...

A close-up of malt powder on a metal spoon

We'll also tell you which stores are most likely to carry it...

Which Grocery Store Aisle Is Malt Powder In?

The baking aisle is a good place to start your search for malt powder. Look on the shelves by the flours and bread ingredients.

You may also find malt powder in the dry beverage mix section of the store. It's a good idea to read the ingredient lists on the labels to make sure you're getting the type of malt powder you're looking for.

Dairy-free malt powder may be a bit elusive, but you should be able to find it in the stores listed below...

What Stores Sell Malt Powder?

  • Amazon - Amazon is an excellent place to find vegan malt powder. You can also search around for lower prices on bulk malt powder.
  • Walmart - Check the baking and powdered drink mix aisles at Walmart for brands like Hoosier Hill Farm. The store locator on the company website can show you what's available online and in any location. 
  • Whole Foods - Look for Aunt Patty's Barley Malt Powder in the baking aisle at Whole Foods.
  • Baking Supply Stores - If you stop into a baking supply store, you'll have a good chance of finding malt powder there.

Great Ways to Use Malt Powder

Make a Vegan Malted Milkshake

If you have some nondairy malt powder, vegan ice cream and plant milk, make vegan malted milkshakes. The rich, slightly nutty flavor of the malt powder is delicious with vanilla, chocolate or coffee shakes, but you can certainly do fruit malts like strawberry and banana. Treat yourself!

Make Bagels

To make the best bagels, you'll need malt powder or syrup (either one will work). But wait, there's more! You can also use malt powder to improve the texture and flavor of breads and muffins. Tip: Malt powder is particularly suited to whole wheat recipes.

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