Extra quick, Extra creamy!
Quick Oats are processed the same way as our regular rolled oats, except these are rolled and sliced into thinner flakes so that they cook faster. They have a very similar nutritional value as rolled oats. Our Quick Oats take between one and two minutes to cook- perfect for those on the go!
+ Nutritional Info
GRAMS PER SERVE SERVES PER PACK PER SERVE PER 100g ENERGY 795.5 1591 PROTEIN 6.55 13.1 FAT, TOTAL 4.4 8.8 SATURATED 0.85 1.7 CARBOHYDRATE 28.3 56.7 SUGARS 0.5 1 SODIUM 1.5 3
- + Ingredients
- + Health Benefits
The most notable health benefit of oats is the high content of soluble fibre, namely beta-glucans, which can help lower cholesterol re-absorption (if at least 3g of beta-glucans are consumed per day as part of a diet low in saturated fat). In addition, the high level of fibre helps you to feel fuller for longer and maintain a healthy bowel and digestive system. Oats are also a source of essential minerals iron, magnesium, selenium and manganese. These nutrients help form a strong immune system, strong bones, and work as powerful antioxidants respectively. The B vitamins thiamine and biotin found in oats also help to unlock the energy from food.
Quick oats have a slightly higher GI than rolled oats however the GI is still low compared to many other breakfast cereals.
- + How to use
Quick oats can be used as a base to muesli with your favourite seeds, nuts and dried fruit or mixed with coconut sugar, honey, coconut oil and your choice of seeds, nuts and fruit to make a delicious granola. Heat with water or milk and add sugar, honey or fruit to flavour to make a rich, creamy porridge. You can also use oats to make yummy ANZAC biscuits.
- + Country of Origin
Product of Australia
- + Storage Instructions
Store in a cool dry area away from direct sunlight