Horrible, stay hard and don’t absorb liquid
Poor quality, I have porridge every morning and decided to try these as I assumed oats were oats and they were cheaper, but they don’t soften or absorb the milk like the slightly more expensive Tesco oats so you end up eating hard oats, I definitely won’t buy them again.
Good value oats.
I have been eating these oats with fruit after soaking overnight in skimmed milk for years & never had any problems.
Makes horrible chewy porridge. Had to throw out!
Bad texture, poor quality.
These oats are not good quality. The texture is really poor when cooked.
Low price. Low quality. Even after twice the recom
Low price. Low quality. Even after twice the recommended cooking time it was still grainy and gritty
I think these are great value and all I could get
I think these are great value and all I could get when my preferred Tesco Scottish Oats were unavailable. I prefer the Tesco scottish over any other oats to make porridge as they seem to just melt into the milk very easily. As others have commented these do not absorb milk as easily however that's easily rectified by cooking them for a few minutes longer.
Not good, but not bad
Chewier and less smooth than the posher brands even after soaking overnight, but the taste is fine and they're priced accordingly. They're not good, but they're not bad either.
Great value and no difference between this and the
Great value and no difference between this and the dearer products
Terrible, does not soften and feels like your eating a crunch bar
Inconsistent quality, but still well worth buying.
Lots of reviews here seem to praise these oats, whilst just as many seem to criticize them for being too chewy and not absorbing the milk. This is no surprise to me really, since I have been buying these oats and the previous 'Everyday Value' branded ones for a good few years now, and have always noticed that the quality can vary quite considerably between batches. This has become even more noticeable since the branding changed from 'Everyday Value' to 'Grower's Harvest', but never have I found the oats to be bad enough to justify complaining about them. For the price they are a bargain even if the packs you get turn out to be a bit on the chewy side, and if you get lucky and manage to land yourself a decent batch, then they're every bit as good as the more expensive brands.