Quaker Oats So Simple Golden Syrup Reviews
Product Type: Quaker Breakfast
Description:Brand: Quaker / Type: Oats
Newest Review: ... and is typed in nice bright clear text. When you turn the pot round one section has details on ingredients and calorific ... more
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by - written on 19/07/13 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Item: Quaker Oat So Simple Porridge Pot Flavour: Golden Syrup Size: 57g Price: 99p each or 4 for £3.50 Bought in: Tesco Design and packaging: This is the smaller pot version from the Quaker Oats range. It comes in a rounded plastic pot that is 8cm high, 7cm wide at the bottom and 9cm wide at the top. The plastic pot itself is white but has a colourful cardboard wrapper round it that peels off and you can reuse or recycle the pot. The picture on the front of the pot shows a field and with a bright blue sky with a big spoon of syrup shown dribbling over on the side. The details for making the porridge are typed over a country sign and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/13 (Very useful, 106 readings)
When the weathers like it is - cold, wet and windy (yes, apparently we are in may?) I like to enjoy a warming, filling breakfast and that usually happens to be porridge! However I don't have the time (or the energy) to stand around the kitchen all morning over the hob, so that's when I turn to my good old friend Mr quaker, who always manages to provide me and my family with a quick, filling and wholesome breakfast! ~ Quaker Oats ~ Quaker has been milling oats since 1899,in different countries around the world, but their main factory is in Cupar, Scotland. They provide these countries with over 47 million gallons of Quaker oats porridge each winter! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/11 (Very useful, 201 readings)
***THE OATS*** The oats are available to buy in boxes of 10 or 16 sachet's, how-ever you can also buy the single pots as well, which is for one serving. The sachet's can be done in the microwave which makes them quick and easy to make. The specific Oats I am reviewing are the Golden Syrup ones, so these have a slight flavour to them. The sachet's come in a large cardboard box which has a field picture on the front. It also states what flavour Oats are inside and it states that they are ready in just 2 minutes when done in the microwave. The box is easy to open and it just like a cereal box where you slide your finger under the tab left to right to break the seal. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I have only recently got into porridge, and was buy the small individual pots that you fill with water, I loved those but at 99p a pot it got a little expensive! I decided to try the sachets from quaker, as they looked easy to prepare and come in lots of flavours! After trying all the flavours my favourite is the golden syrup flavour. Porridge oats are packed full of slow releasing energy and great for breakfast to keep you going through the day! I usually eat porridge for breakfast on a cold winters day, but recently have been having it for lunch! The porridge is very easy to prepare, full instructions are given on each packet. You pour the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 259 readings)
We got into Quaker Oats when we were training for the half marathon. As most experts will tell you - the carbohydrates are good for training, particularly with banana cut into it and a few raisins sprinkled on top. The packages are idiot proof, with individual portions separated into sachets. Once the sachets are poured into a bowl, or saucepan, the milk is easily measured out in the left over sachet. Very clever! The back of the sachet even tells you how much milk to put in per sachet of oats (which still equates to 1 sachet of milk per 1 sachet of oats... I told you it was idiot proof!). You pour the milk on top of the oats, whack it in the ... Read the complete review
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