This is delicious. Lots of flavour, great-tasting, and healthy too! It's loaded with fruit - dried apple chunks, black currants, mulberries and chia seeds, which made it sweet enough that I did not feel the need to add sugar. Ok, I thought about it for a few seconds and said nah, I'm trying to be healthy. And really, no sugar is needed. The was very easy to make. I don't like microwaving my oatmeal, it causes a mushy texture I can't get past. So I boiled the water and added it to the mix in the amounts suggested on the packaging. It was perfect. If you like thick oatmeal, go slightly less on the water.
I have always loved oatmeal as it’s what my dad made for breakfast on weekends with brown sugar or maple syrup drizzled on top. It‰ЫЄs wholesome, filling, and healthy (as long as you don’t overdo it on the added sugar!) The S I have tried it with only water, half water, and half milk, and using only milk. I think these oats would taste great no matter what liquid medium you use (coconut milk, almond milk, etc.) I tend to favour half water and half milk. I do spr The added cinnamon enhances the flavour, and since I normally add a dash of cinnamon to my plain rolled oats anyways, this saves me a step!
I have also tried the Stone Age version which has added Almonds, Walnuts, Chia Seeds, and Pumpkin Seeds. The Stone Age oats are better if you want to be able to flavour your oats to your preference without the stronger tasting
Microwave - Add 1 part oatmeal to 2 parts water (or milk) to a microwave-safe bowl and microwave on high for 2 minutes. Stovetop - Add 1 part oatmeal and 1.5 parts boiling water, cover, eat, enjoy.
Oats, Currants, Apple, Flax seeds, Mulberry, Chia seeds, Cinnamon