- Come rain or shine, kick-start your morning with a warming bowl of traditional Quaker porridge prepared with your choice of sweet or savoury toppings
- Enjoy making your own Overnight Oats or try blended with your favourite smoothie
- A natural source of fibre with no added sugar
- Helps lower cholesterol* †Oat beta-glucan has been shown to lower blood cholesterol. High cholesterol is a risk factor in the development of coronary heart disease.
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Suitable for the microwaveSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 40g||Per 40g1 (%*)|
|Energy||1565 kJ||626 kJ||1222 kJ|
|374 kcal||150 kcal||291 kcal (15%*)|
|Fat||8.0 g||3.2 g||8.6 g (12%*)|
|of which Saturates||1.5 g||0.6 g||3.9 g (20%*)|
|Carbohydrate||60 g||24 g||38 g|
|of which Sugars**||1.1 g||0.4 g||15 g (16%*)|
|Fibre||9.0 g||3.6 g||3.6 g|
|Protein||11 g||4.4 g||15 g|
|Salt||0 g||0 g||0.30 g (5%*)|
|This pack contains 25 servings|
|1With 300ml of semi skimmed milk|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)|
|**Contains naturally occurring sugars|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (12)
Horse for courses
To be honest I prefer bigger oats with more texture, however these inherently take longer to cook. These are perfect for weekday breakfasts when youre in a hurry. Must admit I dont agree with the cooking instructions on the box though, 40g only needs 2 x 1:10 min blasts with a stir in the middle and I just make up to 220g with the milk
Too big for us!
We always have Quaker in the cupboard for our morning breakfast Muesli and the occasional bowl of microwaved porridge. However we found that these oats were too big for our taste and will therefore be sticking to the normal sized ones.
The best porridge
I have had Quaker porridge oats for over 65 years and they are still the best in my view. Great smooth porridge, no lumpy bits and the oats are just the right size and texture. I love some cheeky syrup or if I'm feeling I should be good blueberries or bananas.
Healthy and Tasty
Decent sized oats that don't just turn to mush.
Great for microwaving, but I prefer making porridge on the hob - 1 cup porridge, 2 cups milk and 1 cup water. Simmer slowly for 10 minutes or so and makes a really nice smooth and creamy porridge. No chunky oats here, so if you like that sort of thing, probably not for you.