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Porridge sachets which is better Aldi or Lidl

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Trying to keep on a budget so decided I'd look into which was the better porridge from Aldi or Lidl, but need to get the sachet ones. What have you tried and in your experience which tastes better ?? Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
Trying to keep on a budget so decided I'd look into which was the better porridge from Aldi or Lidl, but need to get the sachet ones. What have you tried and in your experience which tastes better ??
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
why sachets? just buy oats, stir in milk and microwave
#2
oats are cheaper and has no sugar. some of these quick n easy sachets have more sugar per recommended serving than most cereals
#3
sachets and cheap u ain't got that right in first place.
#4
A 1kg bag of oats is 75p - £1 in most supermarkets.. Thats the way to save money and they are better than the sachets that are usually the dust off the oats plus have lots of sugar added..

Edited By: staffs1959 on Feb 10, 2017 23:10
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mas99
why sachets? just buy oats, stir in milk and microwave


Take to work much easier then having to store a whole box
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mas99
why sachets? just buy oats, stir in milk and microwave
Take to work much easier then having to store a whole box

You ever hear of resealable bags??

Last time I checked 500g of oats at Lidl were about 29p.

The price comparison for those sachets is insane.

BTW, 90% of Lidl/Aldi food products are exactly the same, just a different box/label.
#7
You could try buying some from aldi and some from lidl and try them.
#8
Branded ones in asda 2 boxes for 2.50 at the moment, i know it doesn't answer your question but it might still help
#9
mas99
why sachets? just buy oats, stir in milk and microwave


No not milk, water far to creamy with milk. ( I know personal preference)
#10
Buy a bowl with measure markings on. Dose small or large. Oaks to first mark then milk to second mark. 2mins in microwave, ding.. Add flavour. Works out cheaper. Less sugar. Simples

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