Sainsbury's Organic Porridge Oats Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Food
Description:Porridge Oats. / Food quality: Organic food
Newest Review: ... 750g these are more expensive than the ordinary Sainsbury's Porridge Oats (especially if you buy the larger 1.5kg pack) but ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Organic Porridge Oats Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/02/08 (Very useful, 214 readings)
Normally we buy Jordans Organic Porridge Oats but on this particular day the shelves in Sainsbury were totally berift of our normal porridge so I decided to try the Sainsbury Organic Porridge Oats and I noticed that at £1.25 they were cheaper than the Jordans brand. I'm a relatively late convert to porridge eating and as such I'm aware that I probably do not make it or eat it the way that some people do, firstly not only do I use a microwave but also I use milk when I make it and then I usually add some jam and some mixed fruit to it to make it sweeter. The Sainsbury Organic Porridge is made from British whole grain rolled oats and has no added ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/08 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Today seems like a good today to review my breakfast - so I'm going to. Once upon a time, a fit young lad called Davy used to munch his was through two egg, bacon and sausage rolls for breakfast complete with ketchup and a coffee with three sugars. This young lad wore a 30" waist and drank ten pints a night easily too. Unfortunately, the young lad grew up. And as such, his waist line grew with him. So gone are the days of double egg, bacon and sausage rolls with ketchup accompanied by a coffee with three sugars. No, instead our Davy boy now munches on Sainsburys Organic Porridge accompanied by a small glass of fresh orange ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/06 (Very useful, 1387 readings)
Having recently reviewed the controversial Kellogg's breakfast cereal for kids 'Coco Pops Straws', this review redresses the balance and focuses on a traditional hearty breakfast, oats. ~~ SO Oaty ~~ This winter, Mummy Bear decided to buy some proper porridge instead of Ready Brek for her little bears, because no matter how carefully any of her bears opened packets of Ready Brek, they always seemed to create a vast amount of dusty mess all over the table, the floor and the worksurface. Mess which Mummy Bear had to clean up. So in the local Sainsbury's she looked at the porridge oats. There was Scott's Porage in a box and two bags of Sainsbury's own brand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08 (Very useful, 292 readings)
Ive been listening to the local radio station this morning and the Weather forecast is really cheery! It seems as though Great Britain is set to freeze for the next few days, so any New Year revellers had better dress up warmly. A good breakfast prepares us well for the day ahead but everyone's idea of a good breakfast is completely different. Hubby loves a rasher or two of bacon with an egg and some hot buttered toast. In the Winter months I like to start my day with a bowl of hot porridge. The best oats are always grown is wetter climates, so its not surprising that Scotland supplies us with some first class oats. Good quality ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/09, updated on 22/10/13 (Very useful, 391 readings)
There's no denying, there's nothing particularly thrilling or sexy about porridge oats, they are definitely at the comfort food end of the spectrum, but they are also really good for you: oats help to lower cholesterol, and if it's a healthy option you're looking for then you may want to go with the organic, rather than ordinary porridge oats. At £1.59 for 750g these are more expensive than the ordinary Sainsbury's Porridge Oats (especially if you buy the larger 1.5kg pack) but they are actually less expensive than some other options, such as Sainsburys Hot Oat Cereal - honestly I'm not sure how this differs from the others. And let's face it, even the ... Read the complete review
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