Quaker Oat So Simple Original Porridge Big Box (22 sachets) Half Price. £1.99 @ Tesco Online/Instore
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Quaker Oat So Simple Original Porridge Big Box (22 sachets) Half Price. £1.99 @ Tesco Online/Instore

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Found 4th Oct
Yes winter is sorted. Offer starts today. Valid for delivery from 4/10/2017 until 24/10/2017

Please be careful as various offers with 8 sachets and also with 10 or 12. This is the
big box.

Also available are

Quaker Oat So Simple Golden Syrup Porridge 20 X36g Click me
Quaker Oat So Simple Apple And Blueberry Porridge 20 X36g Click me

In Waitrose its £2 so if that's near you but everywhere else its £3.50-£4

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Thanks shabs
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33% larger 10 sachets pack is £1 @ Amazon Fresh.

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Thanks shabs

Pmd you shabs

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nandito1 m ago

Pmd you shabs


Thanks nandito

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Thanks for posting

168 days until spring... so £16 worth of golden syrup porridge should more or less see me through winter!

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summerof7653 m ago

[Image] Thanks for posting


Thanks summer

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cuffbertt13 m ago

168 days until spring... so £16 worth of golden syrup porridge should more …168 days until spring... so £16 worth of golden syrup porridge should more or less see me through winter!


Got a feeling it will be a very bad winter.

I'm impressed with the Apple and Blueberry content in that variety - a stonking 1%.

Think I'll stick with old school porridge! (Heated the deal of course)

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premierfella10 m ago

I'm impressed with the Apple and Blueberry content in that variety - a …I'm impressed with the Apple and Blueberry content in that variety - a stonking 1%.Think I'll stick with old school porridge! (Heated the deal of course)


Thanks premierfella

Cheers shabs, I'm gonna need a bigger spoon!

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I got the golden syrup one from Asda for £1

Thanks Shabs, the little chick loves plain porridge so this should keep him going for a few weeks!

Cheers shabs...


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FloatingWilson3 h, 43 m ago

Cheers shabs, I'm gonna need a bigger spoon! [Image]


lol FloatingWilson. Thanks

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dealerxxx3 h, 19 m ago

I got the golden syrup one from Asda for £1


8 sachets but its the big bowl. Not bad.

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Chickedy2 h, 57 m ago

Thanks Shabs, the little chick loves plain porridge so this should keep …Thanks Shabs, the little chick loves plain porridge so this should keep him going for a few weeks!


Nice one Chickedy

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maccy12 h, 52 m ago

Cheers shabs...[Image]


lol Maccy. with the big box, you wont have to ask for more
Even Goldilock can share

shabbird10 m ago

lol Maccy. with the big box, you wont have to ask for more Even …lol Maccy. with the big box, you wont have to ask for more Even Goldilock can share


I may get a bashing from some people for this but I just don't understand why people buy these. Fair enough they come in portion sized sachets but all these are is oats and a bit of flavoring, nothing super special. You can buy a 1kg bag of porridge oats for less than £1, just put a hand full in to a bowl, add milk, put in microwave for 2 mins, add some honey or syrup and you have an identical product..but tastes nicer and at a tiny percentage of the cost of these expensive branded ones.

Yes I purchased a box of these the other week but was shocked when I read the ingredients on the box which are just Oats, flavoring and some weird agent the prevents them from boiling over in the microwave, if you have eyes you can do that yourself lol I'll never buy these again.

amygreen7967752 m ago

I may get a bashing from some people for this but I just don't understand …I may get a bashing from some people for this but I just don't understand why people buy these. Fair enough they come in portion sized sachets but all these are is oats and a bit of flavoring, nothing super special. You can buy a 1kg bag of porridge oats for less than £1, just put a hand full in to a bowl, add milk, put in microwave for 2 mins, add some honey or syrup and you have an identical product..but tastes nicer and at a tiny percentage of the cost of these expensive branded ones.Yes I purchased a box of these the other week but was shocked when I read the ingredients on the box which are just Oats, flavoring and some weird agent the prevents them from boiling over in the microwave, if you have eyes you can do that yourself lol I'll never buy these again.


I cannot but agree. One way to stop the boiling over issue is to prepare the porridge and then leave it in the fridge overnight. That way the oats absorb some of the liquid.
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