An employee-owned company. Nutritious whole grain hot breakfast cereal. Wheat free. Gluten free. Dairy free. 100% stone ground whole grain. You can see our quality! Nourish yourself with Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Scottish Oatmeal, an exceptionally creamy and satisfying hot cereal. It contains all the remarkable nutrition, sweet flavor and natural goodness of whole grain oats milled in the same old-fashioned way as the original stone ground porridge of ancient Scotland. All natural. 100% Whole Grain: 36 g or more per serving. WholeGrainsCouncil.org. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. Our product line is diverse and extensive. For information and recipes, visit our website: www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free. Whole grain foods for every meal of the day. Dear friends, many years ago, I traveled to the border country of Scotland to learn the secrets of traditional Scottish Oatmeal. I found my way to the legendary Preston Mill on the banks of the River Tyne, where they have been milling oats since the sixteenth century. For days I stayed at this historic water-powered mill, studying everything from their special method of toasting oats to the ancient millstones. I took this knowledge home with me to Bob's Red Mill, and I am proud to say we have since perfected the art of stone grinding oats to make classic Scottish Oatmeal. It is wonderful in scones or cookies, or added to waffle batter for a hearty whole grain breakfast. Of course, I like it best prepared in the simple, traditional Scottish way, cooked on the stovetop with water and a pinch of salt. Because the oats are ground on our quartz millstones - not rolled like regular oatmeal - the porridge is especially smooth and creamy. I top mine with just a little butter and brown sugar, and it is absolute perfection. Like all our gluten free products, Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Scottish Oatmeal is milled and packaged in our 100% dedicated gluten free facility. When you see our gluten free symbol on the bag, you can rest easy knowing that this wholesome, whole grain oatmeal was handled the right way all throughout the process - from farm field to milling to packaging - so you can trust it is safe for you and your family. To your good, health, Bob Moore. Gluten free. Bob's Red Mill products labeled Gluten Free are batch tested in our quality control laboratory. We use an Elisa Gluten Assay test to confirm that the product is gluten free.
Bobs Red Mill
20 oz (1 lb 4 oz) 566 g x 4
0.25 cup dry
about 16 per pack
Keeps best refrigerated or frozen. Stovetop: Bring water and salt to a boil. Slowly stir in Scottish Oatmeal, reduce heat to medium-low and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let stand for 2 minutes. 1 Serving: 1/4 cup cereal; 3/4 cup water; pinch salt. 2 Servings: 1/2 cup cereal; 1-1/2 cups water; 1/8 tsp salt. 3 Servings: 3/4 cup cereal; 2-1/4 cups water; 1/4 tsp salt. 4 Servings: 1 cup cereal; 3 cups water; 1/4 tsp salt. Microwave: Combine 1/4 cup Scottish Oatmeal, 3/4 cup water and a pinch of salt. Stir well. Microwave on high for 3 minutes. Let stand for 2 minutes. Makes 1 serving. Top It Off! The fun of topping your oats will make breakfast a joy. Whether you're craving sweet or savory, simple or decadent, the naturally rich and nutty flavor of oats will complement anything you throw atop them. The Old School: Spoonful of brown sugar, pat of butter and a sprinkle of salt. Doctor's Orders: Big dollop of gut-lovin' non-fat Greek yogurt, two tablespoons of ground flaxseed and a handful of blueberries. The Crunchy Granola: Chia seeds, goji berries and a drizzle of agave nectar. Thai-Me-Up-Oats: Heaping tablespoon of shredded coconut, spoonful of crunchy peanut butter and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes. The Gilgamesh: Crushed pistachios, chopped dates, spoonful of honey, splash of milk, pinch of ground cardamom.
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