£2.0026.7p per 100g
Helps actively lower cholesterol*
Natural source of protein**
Natural source of manganese & zinc***
* Oat beta glucans have been shown to help lower blood cholesterol. Blood cholesterol lowering may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. One 40g portion of Mornflake Organic Oats provides 1.6g of beta glucans from oats, which is 53% of 3g, the suggested daily amount;
** Protein contributes to a growth in muscle mass and the maintenance of normal bones;
*** Zinc contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system, and both manganese and zinc contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 40g Portion¿||%RI Per 40g Portion¿|
|of which saturates||1.3g||0.5g||3%|
|of which sugars||1.0g||0.4g||<1%|
|Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
|RI = Reference Intake|
|NRV - Nutrient Reference Value|
|¿Nutrition information per 40g portion will be the same when the product is cooked with water|
|This pack contains approx. 18x40g portions|
1 In a saucepan mix 40g of Mornflake Organic Oats with 285mls (1/2 pint) of cold water. If you like your porridge creamier make with milk or a combination of milk and water.
2 Bring to the boil and then keep stirring for 1 minute.
3 Remove from the heat and stand for 1 minute before tucking in!; Microwave - From Ambient. 1 Using a large microwavable bowl, mix 40g of Mornflake Organic Oats with 285mls (1/2 pint) of cold water. If you like your porridge creamier make with milk or a combination of milk and water.
2 Keep it uncovered and cook on full power¿ for 2 minutes then stir well.
3 Cook for a further 1 to 2 minutes on full power. Then leave to stand for 1 minute before tucking in!
¿Based on an 800W microwave oven. If your is different adjust the time to suit.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (3)
would buy regularly
A regular purchase for us, good flavour, creamy without disintegrating and excellent in flapjacks. Thoroughly recommend.
I've only ever used these oats for porridge - not flapjacks or anything - but it makes by far the best porridge we've had. Not huge flakes, which don't seem to cream properly, but nice creamy porridge and still with a bit of texture. We make it with just half milk, half water with a bit of salt so it has to stand on it's own feet. And it's organic too, so good all round.