Don't expect 3 teaspoons of this to give you milk!
You should be aware that here is something wrong with the product information given above: three (level) teaspoons of this powder only weighs around 6g to 7g, so even 3 heaped teaspoons would weigh less than half of the 32.5 g also specified! The weight must be correct, because it would give the correct number of servings. In other words, if you don't have any scales, be prepared to add a lot more than three teaspoons of milk powder - more like three well-rounded tablespoons of it! As far as i can see, the tin itself doesn't actually say teaspoons. It simply shows a spoon × 3, but no indication of either spoon size or how much to pile on it, so a totally useless piece of information. Get the right amount, and this milk is ok, hence the four stars
This stuff is brilliant! I was so glad to discover it last summer. It is not like the powdered milk I've ever had before. This mixes up to fresh creamy milk you can have in tea or coffee. You can vary the thickness, concentration, as suits. And I use it all the time to make soup and in other cooking. I wouldn't want to be without it. Recommend very highly.
This is great. I use it to make white sauces and f
This is great. I use it to make white sauces and for hot chocolate. Highly recommend as it's not watery like skimmed milk powder
Needs better information
I got this during the lockdown to make sure I always had milk and it's OK but there's no proper information about how much to use. I have no idea what 32.5gm is and my scale isn't accurate enough to weigh that small an amount. Tesco's helpfully include the information to use 3 teaspoons (level? heaped?) but that didn't taste like anything so I eventually just "put it in by the bounce" as we used to say. No idea how much I used but now it does taste almost like milk. Could Nestle be asked to put proper instructions on the tin, please?
Why is calcium not detailed in the list of ingredients, I have tried to find out on the internet but that information is not available, why?
Buy it it wont disappoint!
very good fine powder it tastes good, easy to mix. other grainy powders, not nice compared to this. If you can afford it buy it I intend to, enjoy!
5 stars, highly recommended
i laugh at people who rush around buying fresh milk that goes off after 3 days etc. i have been using this since childhood and just mix it to whatever consistency i want, i have 3 tins at home. it well made powdered milk from nestle that everyone should try and have at home. highly recommended
Perfect substitute for whole milk.
Smooth, tastes great. easy to use and mixes well, packaging is sturdy and sensible, so stores well. Our household uses it in cooking (makes a lovely cheese sauce), and one member uses it exclusively in place of liquid milk and prefers Nido. We all love it and thoroughly recommend Nido.
Superb quality. Do you remember when milk was deli
Superb quality. Do you remember when milk was delivered to your doorstep, you could get "Sterilised milk" that came in a glass pint bottle with a Crown cap? (A Crown cap for those who are now scratching their heads, is just like a beer bottle cap and you need a bottle-opener to remove it.) Well, when mead up, it tastes exactly like that sterilised milk of yore. Run out of tinned evaporated milk? Well, you can also make that with Nido. Just double the amount of Nido to water, and you have got evaporated milk. Just like Carnation. I LOVE THIS STUFF.