Product Type: Quaker Breakfast
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Quaker Pawridge Originals
Member Name: janjandskye
Quaker Pawridge Originals
Advantages: great easy to prepare porridge!!
Disadvantages: none ive detected.
Quaker Oats Pawridge......Honey flavoured porridge oats.
Ive always been a great fan of porridge oats, and I like to have a bowl of cereals in the mornings as I feel that it helps to set you up for the day, and feels that gap and stops you from snacking until lunchtime.
I was pleased to notice in my local Sainsbury's store these porridge oats made by Quaker Oats in sale two packets for the price of £3.00.
Each packet containing eight sachets and they are just so great because you can microwave them in just 90 seconds. They come in a brightly coloured packet with a picture of what looks like a large bear holding the biggest ever bowl of cereals.
The box containing eight individual sachets, each one coming in an easy to opem thick paper packet inside.
If you are lucky enough to get a packet with a big paw print on it then it tells you to go to their website to see what you have won.
You simply mix this with milk and then put into a microwave proof dish and microwave for just 90 seconds and there you have ready to eat pipping hot porridge, just enough for one person in each sachet.
Alternatively you can simply boil 160 mls of milk in a saucepan, stiring into this one sachet of the porridge flakes, simmer until all of the liquid has been absorbed, stirring occasionally, hey presto easy porridge.
The taste, well the one I brought because I like to have sweet things is the honey flavoured which means that I dont have to add sugar as it is a lovely sweet tasting porridge anyway.
They do tell you on the front of the packet that there is no lumps in this, and providing you stir well it doesnt seem to have any lumps in it.
This is free from artificial flavours and colours, so thats a plus.
This is made by Quaker oats which is a name I personally trust, and has been around for a long time.
May contain traces of wheat and barley due to the farming practices.
Typical values :
per 100 grams servings.
Protein : 9.6gs.
Trace of Sodium.
Quaker Finely Rolled Oats.
Wholegrain Oats 87.7percent.
Sugar. Natural Flavouring.
By appointment to her majesty the Queen written on the side of the packet.
I really enjoy eating this porridge, it is quick and easy to use, and is great if you are dining alone for breakfast, as you dont have any waste, as each portion is just enough to satisfy your needs (for one person). It tastes really creamy, you can add water to this, but I prefer to use milk from my daily allowance as it makes for a much creamier and lovely tasting porridge.
The porridge with the added taste of honey is just sweet enough that you need not be tempted to add extra sugar to your bowl of porridge, or paw ridge as they at Quakers like to call it.
I would recommend this to you as a great start to any morning.
Thanks for reading and rating my reviews x.
Summary: great start to any day, quick and easy to prepare.
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