£1.2527.8p per 100g
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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||(as sold) per 100g||(as sold) per 40g portion||per 40g portion %RI||your RI*|
|of which saturates||1.2g||0.5g||2%||20g|
|of which sugars||1g||0.4g||<1%||90g|
|Folic acid||170µg (85% RI)||68µg (34% RI)|
|Iron||12mg (86% RI)||4.8mg (34% RI)|
|Niacin||14mg (88% RI)||5.6mg (35% RI)|
|Calcium||1340mg (168% RI)||536mg (67% RI)|
|Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)||1.2mg (86% RI)||0.5mg (36% RI)|
|Thiamin (Vitamin B1)||0.9mg (82% RI)||0.4mg (36% RI)|
|Vitamin B12||2.1µg (84% RI)||0.8µg (32% RI)|
|Vitamin B6||1.2mg (86% RI)||0.5mg (36%)|
|Vitamin D||4.3µg (86% RI)||1.7µg (34% RI)|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) (RI)|
|Contains approx. 11 portions|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
Same as Ready Brek
Fussy daughter doesn’t know she’s eating own brand porridge. Can’t tell the difference.
This is great all my sons will eat this it is Delicious no lumps lovely and smooth, the best
Great smooth porridge and healthy meatballs
These are fantastic. Easy to prep and if it is too thick you can add a splash of whatever milk you are using after and reheat it. I use it in children's meatballs too. It makes it much softer to eat, even my fussy 9month loves it. Mix a pack of 750g minced beef with an egg, 1 cup of porridge soaked in 3/4 cup of low salt beef stock, and any herbs and spices you like. Form into meatballs and bake at 200c for about 20min. Check the balls are cooked through and serve with your choice of sauce or soup.
Healthy & Great For Adults Too
Great For Adults Needing Oats Easier On The Stomach. A Very Healthy Option Indeed
Disappointed & Lumpy
First time use I followed the instructions, 40g porridge to 200ml of milk, my immediate thoughts were that that was incorrect but still went ahead. I made it in a sauce pan, combined the ingredients and ended up with porridge that could be used to build a brick wall. Next day I tried again (still using the saucepan) but with 300ml of milk to the 40g of porridge. Turned out well, smooth and creamy. On the third day I attempted to make it in a bowl using hot milk still using 300ml of milk, oh dear what a mess. As other reviewers say LUMPY and I used a mini whisk at the time. As the milk goes in lumps form. So the ratio of milk to porridge in incorrect on the box and can only be made successfully in a saucepan, but still quicker than using porridge oats. As for the taste... I eat porridge plain, no salt, sugar or anything added. This lacks the "porridge" taste and there is strong taste of flour as you eat it. Mixed up with sugar / chocolate etc. my children would eat it.
Agree with other review it is lumpy and my youngest won't eat it now.