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Favourite porridge?

pizzle84

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#2
mines plain oat so simple, quick and easy.
 

Honeyoc

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#5
Ooh just googled it, looks good! It's in my virtual shopping basket :D
 

pizzle84

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#8
is scotts just named as 28g porridge oats in the food diary online?
 

IanH

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#9
Scott's for me too, made in a pan on the hob, 40g (hexb and 2 syns) with 250ml milk (hexa) and 25ml water. Normally mix through lots of cinnamon and a whole grated Apple, yum, yum, yum!
I assume we're all remembering that the current rules state that porridge oats need to include a oat/scan bran for it to technically be a HeB...
 
#10
I have the sachets too. It's just quicker in the morning but I do prefer the real oats. They are more creamy and better texture. I have a small dollop of syrup with mine.

And no I don't have a scan bran with mine but still count it as a hex. Doesn't do me any harm.
 
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#11
Scots Old Fashioned. Much much cheaper than anything in a sachet. And a better texture, too.
Scott's for me too, made in a pan on the hob, 40g (hexb and 2 syns) with 250ml milk (hexa) and 25ml water. Normally mix through lots of cinnamon and a whole grated Apple, yum, yum, yum!
Me too, I love Scotts, made with water & add cinamon & apple to it, yummmmmmmmmmmmy:D
 
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#12
Another one for Scott's. Delicious! :)
 

Honeyoc

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#13
Okay got a pack of Scott's! Looking forward to tomorrow's breakfast! Now that it's getting cold I've been fantasising about porridge :D
 
S: 12st5lb C: 11st7lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 29.4 Loss: 0st12lb(6.94%)
#14
I know what you mean, I do think it's the ultimate cold weather breakfast. In the week I had it with frozen mixed berries and a tbsp of golden syrup (2 syns). It felt so luxurious!
 

Flippy

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#15
IanH said:
I assume we're all remembering that the current rules state that porridge oats need to include a oat/scan bran for it to technically be a HeB...
Hmmmmm...lol, was having the scan bran a few times when I'd make a cake but never have it now, just can't eat it by itself, yuk!
 

Flippy

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S: 11st11.5lb C: 10st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 21.7 Loss: 1st4.5lb(11.18%)
#16
MiniBean said:
I know what you mean, I do think it's the ultimate cold weather breakfast. In the week I had it with frozen mixed berries and a tbsp of golden syrup (2 syns). It felt so luxurious!
Gonna try that this week, must add frozen berries to my shopping list!
 

Mini_Mog

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#18
I buy supermarket own brand oats. Pop 28g in a bowl (always weigh) cover with so milk & microwave for 2 mins. I've had this breakfast everyday for the best part of a year and I've never had the ryvita or scan bran!

Supermarket own is less than £1 for a bag and lasts foreverrrrr! Never bothered with oats so simple. I'd only buy them if I knew I'd be without some scales.
 
#19
I have Tesco finest jumbo oats and I love them! They stay quite whole and chunky.
I don't like cheap oats as they go all mushy, I'm also a fan of Scott's too.

I make it with water and add a crumbled scan bran and a chopped banana.

I love porridge oats :)
 
S: 12st5lb C: 11st7lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 29.4 Loss: 0st12lb(6.94%)
#20
I buy Sainsbury's own brand frozen berries they are only £1.07 per pack, much cheaper than other shops.
I get mine from Sainsbury's too - I like the range of choice they have, and the prices are good.
 


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