- For over 140 years, the humble oat has inspired Quaker to make delicious breakfasts through porridge, cereal, granola and more
- There's no better way to start your day than with a bowl of Quaker Rolled Porridge Oats prepared with your choice of milk and sweet or savoury toppings
- Enjoy making your own Overnight Oats or try blended with your favourite smoothie to give a whole new meaning to cereal
- A cereal which is a natural source of fibre with no added sugar and artificials
- Suitable for vegans when paired with a plant-based milk substitute such as oat milk or soy milk
- Helps lower cholesterol with each porridge serving (40g) containing 47% of the 3g of Oat beta-glucan suggested per day.
- Sustainably grown British oats
- Outer packaging is 100% recyclable
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Suitable for the microwaveSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g:||Per 40g:||Per 40g^1(%*):|
|Energy||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|
|Contains naturally occuring sugars|
|^1 With 300ml of semi skimmed milk|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (61)
no kernals in this porridge would recommend a try
Im on a weight control campaign and these are great. Add milk and leave overnight and you have a ready made breakfast. Add some berries or bananas and its good to go.
Nice and creamy easy to make no added ingredients
Love these oats made them with coconut milk and agave really enjoyed them will be buying again way better than the sachets with the syrup
Strong taste of cardboard with this porridge
Strong taste of cardboard with this porridge, when are Quaker going to ditch the cardboard box?
the same price as organic oats?!
This is interestingly now the same price or more as organic oats so I have switched to them. Strange that the quaker brand commands the same price as organic which I'd always wanted to switch to because of the glyphosate sprayed on non-organic oats but somehow didn't until this price increase.