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Organic Rolled Oats

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Organic Rolled Oats

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Oats are a good source of protein, soluble dietary fiber, B Vitamins and essential minerals.

Our oats are certified organic, GMO-free and have no additives or preservatives. They are seasonally harvested, steamed and rolled in a press. 
Oats are an energy rich food with a mild, pleasant, and pleasant wholesome taste. Oats are excellent in porridge, muesli, and many baking recipes.

Nutrition Details

Ingredients

Organic Rolled Oats

Nutrition Information
  • Serving Size: 250g
  • Serving Qty: 2.5
Qty per (100g) Qty per (250g)
Energy 1586Kj 3965Kj
Calories 379 947.5cal
Protein 13.2g 33g
Fat Total 6.5g 16.25g
Saturated 1.1g 2.75g
Carbohydrate 67.7g 169.25g
Sugars 1g 2.5g
Dietary Fibre 10.1g 25.25g
Sodium 6mg 15mg

Stove Top

    Store in an airtight glass container in a cool and dry location that is void from direct sunlight.
    Refrigeration recommended in warm climates.
    This will last up to 12 months when stored correctly.
    Please see the Best Before Date.

Oven

    The most popular way to cook oats is on the stove top.
    Simply add 1 part oats to a sauce pan with 2 parts liquid. This can be water or your choice of plant milk.
    Heat up slowly, stirring regularly.
    Wait for liquid to absorb and for oats to be soft. You may want to add more liquid as you go.
    Add sweetener of choice for a creamy porridge. 
     

Microwave

You can let oats soak overnight in your choice of plant milk, orange juice or water, making a delicious breakfast. We like to add frozen berries, banana and chia seeds to our overnight oats.

Rolled oats can also be used to make fresh Oat mylk.
Simply soak oats (and a little shredded coconut if you like) with a pinch of salt, in cold water (1: 6 ratio) overnight.

Sweeten to taste, with a little mapple or coconut nectar, and blend for 2-3 minutes.
Strain through a clean cloth, squeezing the oats, and refrigerate in an airtight container.
Oat mylk will stay fresh for several days, just shake if separated.

View this easy apple raisin oatmeal from Mastering Diabetes; https://www.masteringdiabetes.org/apple-raisin-oatmeal/

Freezing Options

    Oats have long been recognised as a nutritious superfood. They are high in vitamins, trace minerals, antioxidants, fibre and are a fantastic source of energy.
    Oats are believed to have a wide range of health benefits including improving cholesterol, heart health, immunity and digestion.
    Oats contain more soluble fibre than any other grain, resulting in a feeling of satiety and suppression of appetite.


    Preservative and additive free
    Organic
    No added sugar
    Oil free
    Vegan
    Vegetarian
    Flexitarian
    Dairy free
    Egg free
    Soy Free
    Nut free
    Low Sodium
    Compostable Packaging

Store in an airtight glass container in a cool and dry location that is void from direct sunlight.
Refrigeration recommended in warm climates.
This will last up to 12 months when stored correctly. Please see the Best Before Date. 
 

The most popular way to cook oats is on the stove top.
Simply add 1 part oats to a sauce pan with 2 parts liquid. This can be water or your choice of plant milk.
Heat up slowly, stirring regularly. Wait for liquid to absorb and for oats to be soft. You may want to add more liquid as you go.
Add sweetener of choice for a creamy porridge.

You can also let oats soak overnight in your choice of plant milk, orange juice or water, making a delicious breakfast. We like to add frozen berries, banana and chia seeds to our overnight oats.

Rolled oats can also be used to make fresh Oat milk. Simply soak oats (and a little shredded coconut if you like) with a pinch of salt, in cold water (1:6 ratio) overnight.

Sweeten to taste, with a little honey or coconut nectar, and blend for 2-3 minutes. Strain through a clean cloth, squeezing the oats, and refrigerate in an airtight container. Oat milk will stay fresh for several days, just shake if separated.

View this easy Apple Raisin Oatmeal from Mastering Diabetes; https://www.masteringdiabetes.org/apple-raisin-oatmeal/
 

Preservative and additive free
Organic
No added sugar
Oil free
Vegan
Vegetarian
Flexitarian
Dairy free
Egg free
Soy Free
Nut free
Low Sodium
Compostable Packaging

Oats have long been recognised as a nutritious superfood. They are high in vitamins, trace minerals, antioxidants, fibre and are a fantastic source of energy.
Oats are believed to have a wide range of health benefits including improving cholesterol, heart health, immunity and digestion.
Oats contain more soluble fibre than any other grain, resulting in a feeling of satiety and suppression of appetite.

Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars

6 Reviews

Customer Reviews

6 Reviews

December 04, 2023

Lizzie

Love knowing that these oats are organic and great quality.