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All Quaker Oats So Simple porridge 10 or 12 packs £1.00 in Iceland

£1.00 @ Iceland
Spotted in store, not sure exactly what flavours they have. Rare it's this cheap so stock up! Read More
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Spotted in store, not sure exactly what flavours they have. Rare it's this cheap so stock up!
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1 Like #1
Lovely, thanks op
2 Likes #2
Top deal!
1 Like #3
Great price. Scotts 10 packs are in Poundland but these are slightly better.
#4
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
#5
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup

takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!
1 Like #6
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup

Add extra expense of buying in syrup which I don't ever tend to buy, would bother doing that about twice then never use the rest before it went off - false economy.
1 Like #7
Rich_T
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!
If you're boiling a kettle anyway, use hot water and it only takes 2.5 mins to cook regular porage in the microwave.
#8
Dodge62
Rich_T
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!
If you're boiling a kettle anyway, use hot water and it only takes 2.5 mins to cook regular porage in the microwave.

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
1 Like #9
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?

Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.


Edited By: mcek on Sep 08, 2016 09:37
#10
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.

I buy a bag of oats from Morrisons and I don't add Sugar,Syrup or anything,so there,just Milk :p
#11
deb8z
I buy a bag of oats from Morrisons and I don't add Sugar,Syrup or anything,so there,just Milk :p
That's fair enough. I'm just saying that it wasn't the norm to add milk, just water. And for those of us that are lacto intolerant, it's still fine. I find soya milk etc doesn't heat well in the pot.
#12
mcek
deb8z
I buy a bag of oats from Morrisons and I don't add Sugar,Syrup or anything,so there,just Milk :p
That's fair enough. I'm just saying that it wasn't the norm to add milk, just water. And for those of us that are lacto intolerant, it's still fine. I find soya milk etc doesn't heat well in the pot.

I know,I'm old X)
#13
I read that glycophosphate (roundup weedkiller) is sprayed on the oats as a drying agent before harvest. I only but organic now, slightly dearer.
#14
deb8z
Dodge62
Rich_T
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!
If you're boiling a kettle anyway, use hot water and it only takes 2.5 mins to cook regular porage in the microwave.
Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
No, doesn't taste awful at all. I don't use milk because it adds a lot to the calories, and I'm quite fat enough already.

My standard breakfast is 40g of oats, a sprinkling of salt, a heaped teaspoon of stevia-based sweetener, a few flaked almonds and seeds, and a handful of raisins. I can (and do) eat and enjoy that every day. Much more tasty and satisfying than a bowl of sugary cereal with milk. Mind you, I can rarely say no to a good fry-up if I'm away from home.
#15
Dodge62
deb8z
Dodge62
Rich_T
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!
If you're boiling a kettle anyway, use hot water and it only takes 2.5 mins to cook regular porage in the microwave.
Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
No, doesn't taste awful at all. I don't use milk because it adds a lot to the calories, and I'm quite fat enough already.
My standard breakfast is 40g of oats, a sprinkling of salt, a heaped teaspoon of stevia-based sweetener, a few flaked almonds and seeds, and a handful of raisins. I can (and do) eat and enjoy that every day. Much more tasty and satisfying than a bowl of sugary cereal with milk. Mind you, I can rarely say no to a good fry-up if I'm away from home.

I can't eat porridge in the Summer,it's too warm,I have Weetabix with no sugar and milk,I don't really like it mind you it's just a case of finding something to eat for brekkie X)
#16
Rich_T
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup

takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!


so does normal oats in the microwave
#17
deb8z
Dodge62
Rich_T
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
takes to long tho :) oat so simple only take two minutes!
If you're boiling a kettle anyway, use hot water and it only takes 2.5 mins to cook regular porage in the microwave.

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?


tastes better with water not so creamy but personal preference I guess
#18
These sachets are a total rip off way of buying porridge. Not only that but the fibre of these sachet oats dont work as well as proper porridge, as was explained on a recent tv show i watched.

So basically, you're paying far more for something with less of the benefits of the original.
#19
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?

Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.



Lol, at 'good enough for the horses, good enough for you' :) But Ye, I make mine with water, but add a slosh of milk once cooked
1 Like #20
juggler1
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.
Lol, at 'good enough for the horses, good enough for you' :) But Ye, I make mine with water, but add a slosh of milk once cooked

I'm beginning to think I ought to try this water lark,I'm quite fussy though so I'm just assuming I won't like it X)
1 Like #21
deb8z
juggler1
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.
Lol, at 'good enough for the horses, good enough for you' :) But Ye, I make mine with water, but add a slosh of milk once cooked

I'm beginning to think I ought to try this water lark,I'm quite fussy though so I'm just assuming I won't like it X)


Deb8z, if you make with water, and add some milk, it tastes just the same. The water cooks the oats, instead of milk, that's all. And adding a slosh of milk cooks it down nicely, and you then get all the taste of the milk :) I soak the oats in water for 15 mins, in the bowl, before slinging in the microwave. Don't know if soaking actually does anything, but it feels like it does, ha :)
1 Like #22
I just pour boiling water on oats and they are good to go! Oats and water = oat milk!
#23
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.

The Prison Service should employ you to cut costs in the kitchen!
1 Like #24
coventgamer
buy a bag of oats for 1£ and add rasins or syrup
There's always one, isn't there?

You could grow the oats in your back garden and save even more!
2 Likes #25
juggler1
deb8z
juggler1
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.
Lol, at 'good enough for the horses, good enough for you' :) But Ye, I make mine with water, but add a slosh of milk once cooked
I'm beginning to think I ought to try this water lark,I'm quite fussy though so I'm just assuming I won't like it X)
Deb8z, if you make with water, and add some milk, it tastes just the same. The water cooks the oats, instead of milk, that's all. And adding a slosh of milk cooks it down nicely, and you then get all the taste of the milk :) I soak the oats in water for 15 mins, in the bowl, before slinging in the microwave. Don't know if soaking actually does anything, but it feels like it does, ha :)

Soak the oats?? that's too much like cooking lol I just add milk to the oats and sling in the microwave for two and a half mins :D
2 Likes #26
deb8z
juggler1
deb8z
juggler1
mcek
deb8z

Water ? ewwwww it only takes that long using Milk anyway,why would you use water,doesn't it taste awful ?
Young folk nowadays, I give up. Make your porridge with water in a pot the night before, let it set, and in the morning cut into slices and add salt, none of this sweetly, sugary, add fruits, colouring, whatever, tomfoolery.
Oats and water are good enough for the horses, good enough for you. Salt is a nice touch, helps to wake you up.
Lol, at 'good enough for the horses, good enough for you' :) But Ye, I make mine with water, but add a slosh of milk once cooked
I'm beginning to think I ought to try this water lark,I'm quite fussy though so I'm just assuming I won't like it X)
Deb8z, if you make with water, and add some milk, it tastes just the same. The water cooks the oats, instead of milk, that's all. And adding a slosh of milk cooks it down nicely, and you then get all the taste of the milk :) I soak the oats in water for 15 mins, in the bowl, before slinging in the microwave. Don't know if soaking actually does anything, but it feels like it does, ha :)

Soak the oats?? that's too much like cooking lol I just add milk to the oats and sling in the microwave for two and a half mins :D


Ha, well try that with water, see what you think? I have to have a cuppa first thing, so I set 'em soaking whilst I'm doing my cuppa, and sling in microwave after my tea, and when getting 2nd cuppa of the morning :)
#27
just original and golden syrup in ours...yak...
#28
I can't stand hot cereal and when porridge is cold it's stodgy and awful. But I have high cholesterol and been told to eat it. But I do like muesli. Serious question, is that just as good for apparently lowering cholesterol?
#29
scottswaha
I read that glycophosphate (roundup weedkiller) is sprayed on the oats as a drying agent before harvest. I only but organic now, slightly dearer.

I read that's all made up by the very same people who sell bog standard oats. So they can sell even more bog standard oats at higher prices to gullible people who base their diet around men's fitness pullouts and Daily Mail articles.
#30
vardx
scottswaha
I read that glycophosphate (roundup weedkiller) is sprayed on the oats as a drying agent before harvest. I only but organic now, slightly dearer.
I read that's all made up by the very same people who sell bog standard oats. So they can sell even more bog standard oats at higher prices to gullible people who base their diet around men's fitness pullouts and Daily Mail articles.

New York Times 2/5/2016

"Quaker Oats’ 100% Natural Claim Questioned in Lawsuit"

A lawsuit seeking to be certified as a class action has been filed on behalf of consumers in New York and California against the owner of Quaker Oats after testing found traces of the pesticide glyphosate in some oatmeal.
#31
Organic is still not totally organic - also read about killing slugs in the fields ? RHS use slug pellets and they pretend to outlaw it.
1 Like #32
xenophon
I can't stand hot cereal and when porridge is cold it's stodgy and awful. But I have high cholesterol and been told to eat it. But I do like muesli. Serious question, is that just as good for apparently lowering cholesterol?
For high cholesterol I'd definitely stick with porridge. But if you want more variety, make sure that the muesli is low in sugar. Ideally it doesn't have any added sugar, but the only way you can probably guarantee it is when you make it yourself.
2 Likes #33
ummm, try adding a pinch of cinnamon too!
#34
pinkmonkey
ummm, try adding a pinch of cinnamon too!

Eeew
#35
CoCo91
xenophon
I can't stand hot cereal and when porridge is cold it's stodgy and awful. But I have high cholesterol and been told to eat it. But I do like muesli. Serious question, is that just as good for apparently lowering cholesterol?
For high cholesterol I'd definitely stick with porridge. But if you want more variety, make sure that the muesli is low in sugar. Ideally it doesn't have any added sugar, but the only way you can probably guarantee it is when you make it yourself.

OH has muesli ,it has loads of sugar in it oO
#36
Thanks op heat added

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