Best whole grain porridge I've ever had and its or
Best whole grain porridge I've ever had and its organic
Chunky whole rolled oats
Husband prefers these as they are whole rolled oats, quite large grain almost jumbo size. Porridge has more texture, not a slimy slop!
These oats are amazing! I use them to bake oatcake
These oats are amazing! I use them to bake oatcakes, oat and honey bread, flapjacks etc and they make wonderful oatmeal flour too. Kids and hubby all agree these are the best by far. Our son also prefers the mushy texture of quick oats so I just pulse them in a food processor a few times to make a batch of "quick oats" ready to cook when he wants porridge.
Wouldn’t Buy Again
Oats were not suitable for making porridge. Dry and non-absorbent. They may be more suitable for musli or such like it. Excellent to have an organic option though.
I'll stick to Kavanaghs, this isn't very nice.
Disappointed with the plastic bag but it was the only organic version they had in stock... It's chewy when cooked for some reason, nothing like my usual smooth creamy porridge, just wouldn't break down when cooked, slightly unpleasant taste, won't be buying again.
Bag not recyclable.
It's a 'NO' from me. Sadly
Frankly, this product is tasteless. I'm going back to Tesco Scottish Porridge Oats
Best Porridge Oats By Far
I have tried all the porridge oats from Supermarkets and Health Food Shops, some at least twice the price of the Tesco Organic ones and these are by far the best, I now don’t buy anything else. I would certainly recommend.
Very good quality
Very good quality porridge, I love it, I add it to yogurt with blueberry and walnuts and topping it with honey and cinamon. Great taste
Best porridge avaiable undersold by Tesco
This porridge isn't just organic it is Whole Rolled but Tesco don't tell you that unless you zoom in on the label (change it). Cooking in a microwave. Weigh you ingredients and add 6 times water/milk to the oats into a bowl and watch it coming to the boil (about 3 minutes) at 100% Take it out and stir it, then put it back in the microwave for 6 minutes at 30% (simmering). Leave it to stand for a couple of minutes when it will thicken up. Modify these times to your preference but it works for me.