Organic Jumbo Oats

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Description

Organic Jumbo Oats contain Beta-Glucans.

Organic Jumbo Oats are seriously versatile – a true whole food staple. Oats are most commonly used for making warming porridge but they can be used for so many things; oats make a great crumble topping, creamy face mask, rich milky bath or crumbly biscuit!

The common oat is a species of cereal grain which is high in beta-glucans.  You may already know that porridge oats are a source of beta-glucans, but do you know what they do?  Consumption of beta-glucans from oats as part of a meal contributes to the reduction of the blood glucose rise after that meal (this is why porridge keeps you going).

Keeping less than 5kg in stock doesn’t make sense when you are a porridge fanatic.  We love making muesli with oats, roughly chopped nuts, seeds and mixed vine fruit.

If you want to try something new with your oats then have a go at this tried and tested vegan and gluten free granola bar recipe or this decadent chocolate granola recipe.

Origin: Latvia

Allergy Information: Contains Gluten (Oats do not naturally contain gluten but may be cross contaminated with gluten containing crops when grown).  Packed on premises that handle tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts.

Nutritional Information

Organic Oats (cooked) are a source of Manganese (per 50g serving)

Typical Nutrient Values of Cooked Oats: Amount per 100g: Amount per serving
(50g)
% Reference intake (RI) per serving
Energy 297kj/71kcal 149kj/36kcal 6.30%
Fat 1.5g 0.75g 1.07%
of which saturates 0.3g 0.15g 0.75%
Carbohydrate 13.6g 6.80g 2.61%
of which sugars 0.3g 0.15g 0.16%
Fibre 1.7g 0.85g
Protein 2.5g 1.25g 2.50%
Salt 4.0mg 2.0mg 0.08%
Typical Vitamin/ Mineral Values: Amount per 100g: Amount per serving
(50g)
% Reference intake (RI) per serving
Manganese 0.60mg 0.30mg 15%

Reference Intake (RI)

The Reference Intake (RI) refers to the recommended daily amount of a specific nutrient.

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Cooking Instructions

  1. Place around 40-50g of oats in a pan and soak in 210ml cold water for 10 minutes
  2. Bring to the boil
  3. Reduce heat and stir for 5 minutes until oats become nice and creamy.
  4. Add more boiling water for required consistency.
  5. Spruce up with goji berries, cacao nibs, flaxseed, maca powder or any other nutritious wholefoods or fruits you can think of!

Storage

For optimum freshness keep in a cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight.  Store in a tightly sealed bag or container.

Family Tips

  1. We love the simplicity of oats and eat them nearly everyday for breakfast.
  2. They can be added to home-made muesli recipes or cereal bars.  Why not try this cookie recipe?
  3. We like to boost our porridge with nuts, seeds and fruit to make sure it really does keep us going.