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Gluten free rolled oat flakes
Sourced from the UK, Myprotein’s Gluten Free Oats are a source of complex carbohydrates. Whilst not clinically diagnosed, it is reported that a significant percentage of the population suffers from some form of gluten sensitivity. Therefore our Gluten Free Oats may well worth be a try.
Gluten Free Oats are the ideal choice for anyone looking to boost their carbohydrate intake throughout the day.
Rolled oats are high in fibre making this a great addition to your diet. Enjoy in the morning with any of your favourite toppings. Simply mix one scoop (50g) with 200ml water or milk, and cook for 2 minutes in a microwave. Based on 800W microwave. Caution: Product will be hot.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
May contain soy, milk and egg.
Gluten Free Rolled Oat Flakes (100%)
Serving Size - 1 Large Scoop (50g)
Servings Per Container - 20 (1kg) 50 (2.5kg) 100 (5kg)
|Energy||1545 kJ/366 kcal|
|of which saturates||1.0 g|
|of which sugars||1.2 g|
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of Myprotein.
I purchased these oats as they are gluten free and other oats tend to leave me bloated as I have a slight intolerance to gluten. I have no bloat or any discomfort after eating these oats. I have 50g every morning with almond & coconut milk as well as peanut butter. The only downside is that the scoop doesn't way out 50g, more towards 40g. So if you are tracking your macros I suggest using scales as a backup. All in all this product is brilliant. Goes Well With:Sugar free blueberry syrup, peanut butter, almond milk, coconut milk
After being diagnosed with Coeliac disease and used to eating porridge everyday I needed to find a gluten free alternative that wouldn't break the bank. I was pleased to find My protein sell it by the sack load and I can honestly say its some of the best porridge I have ever tasted. Just got to figure out where to store the 5kg sack.Goes Well With:Peanut butter, Syrup, honey etc..
Very delicious and nutritious oats. I make them by boiling water and putting 3 scoops of these oats. Boil for 2 mins and leave for another 1-2 min with lid on top. Does not give me any bloating, no gas, no constipation or diarrhea. I highly recommend them to anyone who try to avoid gluten. Goes Well With:Fruits, seeds, cinnamon etc.
Simple to use and make resealable bag and scoopGoes Well With:I make mine with almond milk
Oats is oats, so can't argue with taste and effectiveness, but they are not the same as the standard rolled oats. Standard rolled oats come as whole oats, which I prefer, whereas the consistency of these is more like Ready Brek. Goes Well With:Any fruit
These GF oats are great - I have them either raw with cinnamon and chopped dates and milk. They also make good porridge - I make mine with water and it still has a good consistency. My only issue is that one serving is suppose to be a scoop. Not sure if it's just me but I need more than that for breakfast - I eat 2 scoops every day and that's just about enough! Otherwise - great value for money if you eat oats every day and have a gluten intolerance (as it's usually way more expensive)
They are what the package says , reaseslzble bag with scoop good value Goes Well With:I have mine with a table spoon of syrup
Great value, no tummy pains and delicious in smoothies!
Not the best in terms of taste but for the price its great. The only problem is that it comes in flakes instead of whole oats which I would have much preferred.