Scott's Porage Original Porridge Oats 1kg

Scott's Porage Original Porridge Oats 1kg

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Description

Scotland has given the world a great many things over the centuries: television, The Proclaimers, Irn Bru to name but a few. These Scottish-milled oats also deserve a mention, for their outstanding contribution to breakfasts. You'll never get a bad bowl of porridge with these oats to hand, and they're rich in all the good stuff to help lower cholesterol and keep you filled up for longer.

Nutrition

Table of Nutrition

per 100g serving: Energy: 1565kJ/,: 374kcal, Fat: 8.0g, (of which saturates): 1.5g, Carbohydrate: 60g, (of which sugars): 1.0g, Fibre: 9.0g, Protein: 11g, Salt: 0g, This pack contains 25 servings, **with 275ml of semi skimmed milk, * Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)

per 40g: Energy: 626kJ/,: 150kcal, Fat: 3.2g, (of which saturates): 0.6g, Carbohydrate: 24g, (of which sugars): 0.4g, Fibre: 3.6g, Protein: 4.4g, Salt: 0g, This pack contains 25 servings, **with 275ml of semi skimmed milk, * Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)

per 40g**serving prepared (%*): Energy: 1144kJ/,: 272kcal(14%*), Fat: 7.7g(11%*), (of which saturates): 3.5g(18%*), Carbohydrate: 37g, (of which sugars): 13g(14%*), Fibre: 3.6g, Protein: 13g, Salt: 0.30g(5%*), This pack contains 25 servings, **with 275ml of semi skimmed milk, * Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)

Ingredients

100% Scott's Rolled OATS, without anythin' added

Dietary Information

Vegan


Allergens

May contain Wheat, Barley.

Preparation & Usage

Scott's porage is delicious however you make it. Here are some other ways you might want to spice yours up.

Tasty Tips

Add salt for a traditional bowl, or sugar for something sweeter.

You might want to try golden syrup or fruit, or jam. Enjoy whatever you like with your porage.

Storage

Store in a Cool, Dry Place

Once opened, porage is best eaten within two months.

Or it lasts longer if you store it in an airtight container.