New Quaker Oats Oat So Simple Protein Original or Cinammon 8 pack for £1 @ Morrisons
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New Quaker Oats Oat So Simple Protein Original or Cinammon 8 pack for £1 @ Morrisons

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Found 6th Sep 2017
Apparently a new porridge from Quaker high in protein. Who needs protein?

Quaker Oat So Simple Protein sachets are a fast, convenient way of making perfect Protein porridge in only two and a half minutes. Each sachet is a combination of 100% wholegrain oats and a rich source of Protein for a delicious Protein boost to kick start your day.

20g of protein per 100g

Cooking Guidelines

Hob - From Ambient. Cooking Instructions
1 Simply boil 190ml (one sachet) of milk in a saucepan.
2 Stir in contents of one sachet of oats.
3 Simmer for 2 1/2 mins, or until milk is absorbed, stirring occasionally.; Microwave -

From Ambient. Microwave Instructions
1 Tear open the sachet along the tear line.
2 Pour the oats out into a microwaveable bowl.
3 Use the sachet to measure the milk - Fill to the milk line (190 ml)
4 Pour the sachet of milk into the bowl & mix.
5 Place the bowl in the microwave for 2 1/2 mins on full power (CatE min 800w).
6 Ping! Stir & Enjoy.

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7 Comments
Heat... Defo getting this
Wow bargain and extra protein too is it just at Morrison's?
It's a good deal, nutritionally it's great, as it's low sugar unlike a lot of these so called healthy instant porridges.
I tend to buy the mornflake superfast oats 2kg for around £2 and just add a scoop of whey protein, so much cheaper to do it this way but I guess it's all about convenience these days.
Shinobei6 h, 7 m ago

Wow bargain and extra protein too is it just at Morrison's?

Also at Asda for this price.
brychris4 h, 49 m ago

It's a good deal, nutritionally it's great, as it's low sugar unlike a lot …It's a good deal, nutritionally it's great, as it's low sugar unlike a lot of these so called healthy instant porridges.I tend to buy the mornflake superfast oats 2kg for around £2 and just add a scoop of whey protein, so much cheaper to do it this way but I guess it's all about convenience these days.

I do the same, mornflake oats are the best
Protein hype: shoppers flushing money down the toilet, say experts - The Guardian

Quote:
"Dr Alison Tedstone, PHE chief nutritionist, said: “The majority of people are consuming much more than the recommended daily allowance of protein through their everyday diet. So even if you hit the gym regularly, spending money on protein supplements is unlikely to bring any additional benefit.”

Tom Sanders, professor emeritus of nutrition and dietetics at King’s College London, said people were being taken in by “nutri-babble”. “There’s been a lot of hype in gyms pushing high-protein shakes, there’s also a need to get rid of a waste product from the dairy industry, which is whey protein,” he said. “It’s a lot of crap, a way of selling a cheap product at a high price.”"

However, the same article also goes on to say this - which may help people who are trying to lose weight:

Quote:
"There is also some evidence that foods high in proteins can help us feel full for longer – increasing satiety and aiding appetite control – and this may be helpful for people trying to balance their energy intake."
Edited by: "m00head" 7th Sep 2017
m00head41 m ago

Protein hype: shoppers flushing money down the toilet, say experts - The …Protein hype: shoppers flushing money down the toilet, say experts - The Guardian




I posted a few (other) articles in the comment linked below (on 31 August 2017):

"Oat So Simple Protein Porridge Cinnamon/Original £1 @ Asda online/instore"
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