Quaker Oats BIG BOWL golden syrup x 8 £1 @ Asda Groceries
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Quaker Oats BIG BOWL golden syrup x 8 £1 @ Asda Groceries

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Found 26th Feb
Quaker Oats BIG BOWL golden syrup x 8 sachets.

We normally wait for this deal if possible. Decent size bowl of porridge rather than having to use 1.5-2 sachets in the usual stuff.
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Thanks for sharing @MattNorfolk , have added a link because it is available online too, yummy, heat added
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wishihadadonkey3 m ago

Thanks for sharing @MattNorfolk , have added a link because it is …Thanks for sharing @MattNorfolk , have added a link because it is available online too, yummy, heat added


Thank you. I accidentally posted twice because I thought the first one didn’t work.
Perfect timing, I've none left.

Who's been eating my porridge?
Bought the big pack from Tesco last week ( think pack of 20 ) for £2
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Funkii.Famm5 m ago

Bought the big pack from Tesco last week ( think pack of 20 ) for £2


They have a similar one in Asda for the small sachets. 20 for £2.
MattNorfolk23 m ago

They have a similar one in Asda for the small sachets. 20 for £2.


Ohhh so the sachets are different sizes as well thank you for that
The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. People just pay for the "Quaker" name. No idea why
eddibabyyeah20 m ago

The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. …The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. People just pay for the "Quaker" name. No idea why


Same thing with bread and other items really. I don’t really go to Aldi or Lidl as Tesco n Asda are closer to me but anytime am in those stores I grab whatever children needs ( not after brands just after offers )
I love prridge, it fills me up till about 10 then I can has anbother bowls!
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eddibabyyeah1 h, 30 m ago

The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. …The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. People just pay for the "Quaker" name. No idea why


Are they big bowl? Plus I also shop at Aldi but prefer some branded stuff.
Edited by: "MattNorfolk" 26th Feb
MattNorfolk3 h, 50 m ago

Are they big bowl? Plus I also shop at Aldi but prefer some branded stuff.


You can put it in a big bowl. The porridge sachets from Aldi and Lidl are a good size and are as good as any brands I have tried. The individual pots are also good value compared to other supermarket own brand or big name brands.
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eddibabyyeah1 h, 40 m ago

You can put it in a big bowl. The porridge sachets from Aldi and Lidl are …You can put it in a big bowl. The porridge sachets from Aldi and Lidl are a good size and are as good as any brands I have tried. The individual pots are also good value compared to other supermarket own brand or big name brands.


This pack is 397g total. The Aldi 10 pack is 270g and the Aldi big bowl 8 pack total is 312g. Plus I prefer it, as do plenty of other people 🏼
eddibabyyeah15 h, 30 m ago

The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. …The normal price for Aldi and Lidl on their own brands is about 70p. People just pay for the "Quaker" name. No idea why



Tried both Aldi and Lidls but they taste too sweet (syrup flavour) and not as nice consistency in my opinion.
MattNorfolk26th Feb

This pack is 397g total. The Aldi 10 pack is 270g and the Aldi big bowl 8 …This pack is 397g total. The Aldi 10 pack is 270g and the Aldi big bowl 8 pack total is 312g. Plus I prefer it, as do plenty of other people 🏼


Why buy sachets when you can get a kilo bag at most places, Aldi, Morri's, Sains, etc for around 79p?
Love porridge, but then I love breakfast! Never miss it. Ever! Did once and ended up in an ambulance blue-lighted to hosp.

Why? Rushed out, no breakfast, no tea, nowt!
Hypoglycemia NOT hyperglycemia.

Blood sugar levels are low(est) when you wake up, I'd never had a problem before missing breakie, but that day I did. I'd been driving for about half hour when I felt really groggy. Luckily I stopped before I keeled over. Ambulance took me to Hospital. Lot of tests but nobody seemed to have a clue what was up with me, every time I stood up I keeled over, blacked out. Then after about half hour lying down a junior doc asked what was the matter with me. I said I didn't know. Nobody knows. Have you had a blood test? he says. Nope. He decides to do one, pricks my finger, then buggers off. Few mins later he comes scuttling down the corridor: 'I know what's wrong with you, your blood sugar level is rock bottom! He asks what had I eaten that morning? Nothing I say. 'That's it!' Calls a nurse to get me sandwiches and a drink. I still remember they were wet cheese and cucumber (ugh!) but I ate them and drunk the tea. Half hour later I was walking out of the hospital as if nowt had happened
As I said, never missed breakfast again. Never had the problem again.
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jnigel2624 m ago

Why buy sachets when you can get a kilo bag at most places, Aldi, Morri's, …Why buy sachets when you can get a kilo bag at most places, Aldi, Morri's, Sains, etc for around 79p?Love porridge, but then I love breakfast! Never miss it. Ever! Did once and ended up in an ambulance blue-lighted to hosp.Why? Rushed out, no breakfast, no tea, nowt! Hypoglycemia NOT hyperglycemia.Blood sugar levels are low(est) when you wake up, I'd never had a problem before missing breakie, but that day I did. I'd been driving for about half hour when I felt really groggy. Luckily I stopped before I keeled over. Ambulance took me to Hospital. Lot of tests but nobody seemed to have a clue what was up with me, every time I stood up I keeled over, blacked out. Then after about half hour lying down a junior doc asked what was the matter with me. I said I didn't know. Nobody knows. Have you had a blood test? he says. Nope. He decides to do one, pricks my finger, then buggers off. Few mins later he comes scuttling down the corridor: 'I know what's wrong with you, your blood sugar level is rock bottom! He asks what had I eaten that morning? Nothing I say. 'That's it!' Calls a nurse to get me sandwiches and a drink. I still remember they were wet cheese and cucumber (ugh!) but I ate them and drunk the tea. Half hour later I was walking out of the hospital as if nowt had happenedAs I said, never missed breakfast again. Never had the problem again.


Agree with you on that. Can just put the bowl on the scales and pour in from the full box if the same amount is wanted every day.

I do like these golden syrup ones though and do find it convenient.
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