Why does the nutritional information say one sache
Why does the nutritional information say one sachet is 191 calories when it’s only 50? It’s wrong. 27g not 207g. My bulk shake calculations have been off by 330 calories. Other than that the oats are smooth.
Lends itself to Winter mornings. Lovely with a drop of honey on top after cooking. Follow the instructions VERY carefully and you can't go wrong. No mess or fuss, just right.
great quality, very convenient and great flavour
Who came up with the idea of putting these oats into little packets! let me know I will egg their house. Give us back our boxes of smooth oats! Only choice I have is Readybrek and I am not a fan :(
Oliver Twist would not ask for more of this
Awful,had to throw it away. I should know by now, you get what you pay for (mostly)
More in a box
This is the only porridge that my children have in the winter, nice and creamy no bits in the porridge.
Good value for money, taste good, and convenient.
Good value for money, easy to use, taste good, and convenient.
Followed directions, they boil over and under cooked. Even my mum had same issues will stick to Quaker in future. You loose most of mixture whilst cooking.
these have more g protein than the expensive brand nae protein prorridge ! total win
TAKE GREAT CARE!!!
OBEY THE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS... OR ELSE.... Not all microwaveable oats are created equal. Tesco Easy Oats are a case in point. You have to follow the microwave instructions to the letter. You microwave for 1m 45s (preferably 1m 40s). Take the oats out. Stir them. Take your time. Replace the oats. Time for 1m and watch carefully. Be prepared to pause the microwave if you see the milk starting to boil. You may need to be very alert! If you try to short circuit the process (by microwaving for 2m 45s without pausing), you will end up with a microwave dish, plate, and oven covered in porridge. Not all microwaves are created equal. Neither are all microwaveable oats. So the message is: BE VIGILANT. Apart from that, the oats are pretty tasty.