Manna Health Mix For A Nourishing, Delicious Drink (2024)
Manna Health Mix is the ideal beverage for growing kids. Here’s Mishry’s take on the nutrition profile.
A nourishing breakfast doesn’t just ensure sustained energy, but also keeps cravings and ill-timed hunger pangs at bay.
And when it comes to children, flavors over everything. This is where a healthy YET tasty milk mix comes into play. Our team of researchers found a genuinely good-for-you premix that we shall decode in our Manna Health Mix review. What does it contain, how we made it- more questions answered in the review.
Table of Contents
Manna Health Mix – Quick Glance
This table holds all crucial information.
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Our Review Factors
What were the parameters we set for our Manna Health Mix review?
Considering the target audience is growing children, taste was the key parameter, followed by consistency. Since this product aims at being consumed almost everyday, we scanned the ingredient list and nutritional values. Convenience and the price point were also noted.
We were looking for a mix that tasted fresh and showcased the innate flavors of the ingredients. We looked forward to tasting the nutty, earthy flavors, if any.
Were any artificial, undesirable flavors noticed?
It contains cardamom – how pronounced is the flavor?
2. Consistency + Mixability
This is a powder which needs to be mixed with milk and heated. Does the powder mix in easily, or does it form tough lumps that require strenuous mixing? When we follow the milk-powder ratio provided on the back of the pack, how is the consistency of the drink? Is it porridge like or does it garner a milkshake-like consistency?
3. Nutrition Quotient
Here, we scanned the ingredient list and the nutrition values. Are they sufficient for a growing child? You would also find Mishry’s view on the quality of ingredients used.
4. Other Parameters
Here, non-tasting parameters like price, packaging, shelf life were recorded.
Manna Health Mix – Detailed Review
Price + Packaging
The mix is packed in a sealed pack, which is placed in a green and yellow carton. This holds 600 grams of product, and is priced at Rs 319/- with a shelf life of one year.
The ingredients that go in the making are Millets and cereals (82% – Ragi, Bajra, Corn, Jowar, Wheat, Red rice and Barley), Pulses (12% – Bengal gram and green gram), Sago, Nuts (2% – Groundnut, almond and cashew nut), Cardamom.
A 30-gram serving offers 108 Kcal with 3 grams of protein, 22.8 grams of carbohydrates, and 1.2 grams of fat.
How did we make this?
We mixed 1.5 tablespoons of this powder in 150 ml of milk. This yielded a porridge-like consistency.
You could add or reduce the quantity of powder for a thicker or lighter consistency, respectively. Same for the sweetener – you can add sugar, honey or jaggery as per your choice.
- The carb sources are super nutrient-dense.
- Sugars are not the main energy source.
- The millets, cereals, and pulses do not just offer carbs, but also fiber, and protein, with micronutrients.
- All fat this has is good fat, as nothing is refined or processed.
Aroma + Appearance
We were welcomed by the refreshing aroma of green cardamom. It was the most prominent. The mix had a beige-grey hue.
Taste + Consistency
This had a fresh, wholesome taste. While the characteristic flavor of ingredients could not be identified as it was a cardamom-heavy mix. We quite liked the overall flavor.
This thickens rapidly. It is therefore CRUCIAL to be sure of the consistency you’re going for and add the mix accordingly. The mixing was seamless, no lumps formed, no extra efforts needed to combine the components well.
- Made with superfoods
- Balanced calories
- Fresh and flavorful
- Pleasing aroma and flavor of cardamom
- Type and quantity of sweetener can be added as per your choice
If you’re looking for a fuss-free way to get a good dose of micronutrients and milk in your little one, Manna Health Mix is something we recommend.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Manna Health Mix.
This is made with ingredients like millets, pulses, and nuts and without refined sugar. These ingredients promote all-round development.
Yes, since it is made with natural ingredients, it is suitable for children.
However, ensure your child has no nut allergies.
One pack has 20 servings.
Yes, the ingredients are low GI, which means they will not spike glucose levels.
Also, one serving offers 22.8 grams of carbohydrates which is fairly decent.
You must store it in an air-tight container to prevent any contact with moisture.
And that’s a wrap on Mishry’s review of Manna Health Mix. Not only is this convenient to prepare, but also an effortless way of getting in the goodness of millets and nuts. To add to this, the flavor and consistency were remarkable too.