er...how big is the bowl!?
Simple thing would be to check the nutritional information on the packets?!
Also '3 sachets of 27g'.....I assume that is the 'oats so simple' rubbish.....why not just buy a big bag of oats for about a quid, and add whatever you like? Jam, sugar, salt, nuts, honey - much better for you.
1 cup oats2 cups watersoak overnight.
am: add a cup of milk or water (or whatever liquid turns you on) and cook slowly stirr occaisionally or for a 'fluffy' porridge wisk continually - cook for as long as you want, up to 30 mins or 3 hrs, adding water as necessary.
Serve with anything you want, salt, honey, syrup, fruit, almond butter etc.
Then lie down for 4 hrs while you digest this. Wow, eating before running.
100g oats = 360 kcal (this may vary depending on the oats you use of course)7g fat; 11g protein, 61g carbs.
My morning porridge is half a cup of oats (that's a proper cup measure rather than a mug) and a cup of milk. Microwave for a minute, stir then microwave for another minute.
You can add whatever you like for extra flavour. Sugar, honey, fruit. Adding chopped banana before the second minute in the microwave is quite nice.
I have to admit I'm a porridge fiend!
Everyday for breakfast without fail (except for scrambled egg on toast about a night on the sauce )
I have a little scoop thing I kept from my protein shakes in my weight training days. I think it's 25g, I usually have 2 scoops, pinch of salt, milk/water and then nuke for 2 mins or even better on the hob if you've time.
Don't get me started on all the things I chuck in! Current favourite, blueberries and cinnamon, maybe with a cheeky dash of maple syrup..........mmmmmmmmm
I just pour in as much oats as I want, squirt of honey, pour in "some" milk, microwave for 3 mins, bobs your uncle! Quick, easy and no faff.
oooh cinnamon in porridge, sounds good, never tried the salt thing but my scottish neighbour swears by it.
I normally have 100g of cheerios.
How many grams of porridge do you guys roughly eat? I am only using the sachets because I bought a small box to try out, when I run out I will buy a big packet.
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