SKU: 300609

Oats Irish Conventional

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Unique milling techniques gives these Irish oats their natural, wholesome texture and flavour. Milled that bit lighter to help prepare your porridge more quickly when heated. The result is a warm, creamy, nourishing bowl of porridge oats.Beta-glucan is a soluble fibre found in oats and some other foods. Regular consumption of beta-glucan as part of a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle can contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels. Each serving (30g) contains 1/4 (0.75g) of the 3g of beta-glucan suggested per day to help maintain normal cholesterol levels.

Ingredients

100% Wholegrain Rolled Oats..

Allergens

This product contains Gluten.

All our products may contain traces of allergens due to cross contamination.

Country of Origin

Ireland

How to Use

To make quick yet absolutely scrumptious porridge bring 1 cup of these oats to a gentle boil in 2 cups of liquid – either half-half water and milk, or just milk of your choice. Add a pinch of salt and a little honey, maple syrup or coconut nectar to taste. Cook, stirring on a low to medium heat for 2-3 minutes to create irresistible, creamy porridge and serve topped with chopped nuts and dried fruit. You can also cook these oats in the microwave using the same quantities of liquid; cook on high for 1 minute, stir, then cook again for another 30-60 seconds.Porridge oats are great in smoothies and can be used in home-made muesli; either natural Bircher style or oven-toasted in honey, maple syrup or apple juice. Porridge oats are delicious in home-baked bread and their softer texture is perfect for muffins or biscuits.They are fabulous with shredded coconut and maple syrup as an irresistible fruit crumble topping – try pear and rhubarb, apricot, or raspberry and apple. Use them in muesli bars or raw food snacks and desserts including energy balls and pressed pie-bases. These oats can also be used to make fresh oat milk.To make oat milk, simply soak (and a little shredded coconut if you like) with a pinch of salt, in cold water (1:6) for 6 hours or overnight. Sweeten to taste, with a little honey or coconut nectar, blend for 2-3 minutes.Strain through a clean cloth, squeezing the oats, and refrigerate in an airtight container. Oat milk will stay fresh for several days, just shake if separated.

Nutritional Information

Avg Quantity
per 30g serving
Avg Quantity
per 100g
Energy470 kJ/
111 kcal
1566 kJ/
371 kcal
Fat, Total
- saturated
1.7 g
0.5 g
5.8 g
1.0 g
Carbohydrates
- sugars
19.2 g
0.5 g
64.0 g
0.9 g
Fibre2.5 g8.3 g
Protein3.3 g11.0 g
Salt0.01 g0.01 g

Storage and Shelf Life

Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Up to 12 months when stored as above.