This is comfort in a bowl. A breakfast boost or a satisfying supper. Cubes of apple and pecan pieces are blended with warming cinnamon and dates. This is a classic flavour blend as we enter the Autumn season, perfect served as it is, both hot or cold or jazzed up with lashings of yoghurt and nut butter!
Oats (65%), dates (15%), pecan (10%), freeze-dried apple (8%), cinnamon (2%)
Contains nuts, may contain traces of milk, peanuts, sesame and soya
Typical values per 100g:
Total Fat(g) 9.1 of which saturates(g) 1.5, Carbohydrates(g) 66.4 of which sugars(g) 15.7, Fibre (g) 8.0, Protein(g) 8.1, Salt(g) <0.1
Shake the pack well before use to distribute ingredients evenly.
To serve hot: Mix with approximately twice the ratio of milk to porridge blend. Stir and cook for 1-3 minutes (depending on serving size) on the hob or microwave before eating.
To serve cold: To make easy overnight oats, add approximately 1.5 times the milk to the porridge blend, stir then allow to soak overnight (or at least four hours) in the fridge. When ready to serve stir through a little extra milk as needed to loosen up before serving. See also this blog post. (link to this: https://www.realfoodsource.com/2021/07/30/how-to-make-the-easiest-overnight-oats/
To bake: For a more indulgent option, add roughly 1.5 times milk to porridge blend, stir and spoon into a pie dish to approx 1 inch thick, add any toppings (fresh fruit works well) and bake the mix until lightly golden on top.
Welcome to our range of highly nutritious innovative porridge blends made with Scottish porridge oats. Each bend is packed with good-for-you ingredients at double or triple the quantities of those you’ll find in the supermarkets.
Our porridge blends are perfect served hot, soaked overnight or even baked in a pie dish for the ultimate brunch experience.
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