- We carefully grade and select each grain so that only the best oats go into every pack
- Scott's Old Fashioned Porage Oats have been milled in Scotland since 1880
- To create our own distinctive taste the oats are rolled thicker and are gently kilned
Country of Origin
Suitable for the microwaveSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100g serving||per 40g||per 40g**serving prepared (%*)|
|Energy||374 kcal||150 kcal||237 kcal (12%*)|
|Fat||8.0 g||3.2 g||6.4 g (9%*)|
|of which Saturates||1.5 g||0.6 g||2.7 g (14%*)|
|Carbohydrate||60 g||24 g||33 g|
|of which Sugars||1.1 g||0.4 g||9.3 g (10%*)|
|Fibre||9.0 g||3.6 g||3.6 g|
|Protein||11 g||4.4 g||11 g|
|Salt||0 g||0 g||0.20 g (3%*)|
|This pack contains 25 servings|
|**With 195ml of semi skimmed milk|
|* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (27)
The only one worth having.
Very good porridge
200 ml semi skimmed milk mixed with 40g porridge in a Pyrex jug microwaved for 3.5 mins - who hasnt got time for breakfast?
I eat a bowl a few times a week uncooked with just milk. I find them a naturally tasty cereal
Not Oldfashioned Anymore
I've been buying these porage oats for years. They used to make a lovely thick trad porage, but they are not the chunky flakes they used to be, they are like the regular ones. Just another Quaker product now.
I have tried many brands of oats and this is by far my favourite, they absorb the milk easily making very good creamy porridge or overnight oats, delicious and apparently good for you.
As a porridge connoisseur, I think this is the best and a great price too.