Best bargain breakfast .... in minutes!
Nutritionists agree that oat porridge is the best possible breakfast ........ and these individual sachets give an instant, right-size breakfast - at a fraction of the price of "bigger" brands! A bowlful of breakfast, in just a few minutes! An additional budgeting tip, for those who like to spend extra, for a few microscopic bits of fruit in their porridge ....... buy, too, a 500g packet of Tesco Mixed (dried) Fruit - put a fistful in with your sachet of oats ........ and have a breakfast with all the vitamins & goodness you could want!
Just as good as the branded product
Have to admit I do not find Tescos home brand much different to the more expensive Quaker oats. I know which one I will be buying in the future
Hulls, hulls and more hulls
Full of hulls (hard shells) and completely ruins every bite. Will not buy again.
Like it a lot but surely the nutritional values ar
Like it a lot but surely the nutritional values are the wrong way round. If it’s solely rolled oats how can 27 grams contain so much sugar and saturated fat?
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.