Alpen Porridge Fruit & Nut - 8 Sachets for 75p @ Asda Instore
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Alpen Porridge Fruit & Nut - 8 Sachets for 75p @ Asda Instore

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Found 20th Sep 2012Made hot 20th Sep 2012
Just got back from Asda (Ipswich Stoke Park) and they are selling boxes of 8 Alpen porridge sachets @ £4 for two boxes, however the fruit & nut is marked up on the shelf at a much better deal of only 75p a box. Bought a couple and scanned through at 75p too - bonus. Might go back for a few more, breakfast at less than 10p a go can't be bad (minus milk of course).

Not sure if nationwide, however as it is marked on the shelf then seems promising?

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Did anyone else read this 'Alan Partridge Fruit & Nut'?

Needles to say, very disappointed when I opened the thread and actually read it.

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Towelie

Did anyone else read this 'Alan Partridge Fruit & Nut'?Needles to say, … Did anyone else read this 'Alan Partridge Fruit & Nut'?Needles to say, very disappointed when I opened the thread and actually read it.



I came to the comments to write exactly the same thing

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Edited by: "MUNCHKIN89" 21st Sep 2012

Sorry, Goo5e if it looks like I am pee-ing on your parade but, whilst Alpen offer isn't that bad ...

... a 1,5 Kg pack of Sainsbury's Porridge Oats will set you back a whopping £1.49.

Excuse the sexism but ... a man-sized portion of porridge is 50g of oats soaked in 300g of water (or milk) overnight, then whacked in the microwave for 3min 30sec the next day.

A pinch of nutmeg, a pinch of cinnamon, a pinch of salt, a pinch of sugar and a small handful of dried fruit (all added the previous night) and you'll have an absolutely luxurious breakfast for the princely sum of less than 7 pence a bowl.

preparing your breakfast the day before?? Only psychopaths are that regimented.

janaltus

Excuse the sexism but ... a man-sized portion of porridge is 50g of oats … Excuse the sexism but ... a man-sized portion of porridge is 50g of oats soaked in 300g of water (or milk) overnight, then whacked in the microwave for 3min 30sec the next day.A pinch of nutmeg, a pinch of cinnamon, a pinch of salt, a pinch of sugar and a small handful of dried fruit (all added the previous night) and you'll have an absolutely luxurious breakfast for the princely sum of less than 7 pence a bowl.


Sounds pretty nice..... though after preparing my lunch for the following day, I think I'm too lazy to prepare breakfast too... It's bad enough slicing a banana to add to my microwave porridge in the morning!

£2.75 in boston store or 2 for £4

Original Poster

I don't mind at all. I'm just posting a deal I found that might be useful to someone out there. You can take it or leave it. Your porridge sounds lovely and hope you enjoy it (and I'm sure you do).

I personally am crap with portion control, and if given a box of cereal will fill a bowl to the rim every time. The sachets work for me as they help keep me trim (yes I could open 2 sachets, but my rubbish willpower can just about cope with that temptation).

Now if I could just stop buying family size bars of chocolate I'd have it made...

janaltus

Sorry, Goo5e if it looks like I am pee-ing on your parade but, whilst … Sorry, Goo5e if it looks like I am pee-ing on your parade but, whilst Alpen offer isn't that bad ...... a 1,5 Kg pack of Sainsbury's Porridge Oats will set you back a whopping £1.49. Excuse the sexism but ... a man-sized portion of porridge is 50g of oats soaked in 300g of water (or milk) overnight, then whacked in the microwave for 3min 30sec the next day.A pinch of nutmeg, a pinch of cinnamon, a pinch of salt, a pinch of sugar and a small handful of dried fruit (all added the previous night) and you'll have an absolutely luxurious breakfast for the princely sum of less than 7 pence a bowl.

kahool

preparing your breakfast the day before?? Only psychopaths are that … preparing your breakfast the day before?? Only psychopaths are that regimented.



Oh yeah? If you say that again, I will come round and chop you into little pieces and cook* your liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti!



* For dinner the next day, obviously!
Edited by: "janaltus" 24th Sep 2012
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