Right foods. Gluten free. Made with organic oatmeal. Customize your sweetness! Packet inside. We've partnered with organic farmers who dedicate their land to gluten free organic oatmeal so everyone can enjoy this delicious Apple Flax with the goodness of omega 3's & Elisa tested for gluten free purity. Sprinkle contents of the brown sugar packet inside for sweetness just the way you like it. Nourishing your well-being while helping to sustain the earth is our recipe for happiness. That's why we source non-genetically modified ingredients and make our cups with paper sourced from certified, responsibly managed forests. Sustaining the earth sustaining you. Dr. McDougall's new book, The Starch Solution, is available on Amazon.com and at finer bookstores everywhere. Sourced: No BPA. Sustainable Forestry Initiative - certified sourcing. www.sfiprogram.org. Vegan. Made with pride. Certified organic by QAI. www.rightfoods.com. Product of USA.
2.3 oz (64 g) x 6
1 per pack
Cooking: Microwave Cooking: 1. Remove the cap, lid and flavor packet. 2. Pour flavor packet contents into cup to customize your sweetness. 3. Add room temperature water to fill line inside cup (about 2-1/4 inch above bottom of cup). Stir well. 4. Microwave on high about 2 minutes. Caution: Microwave oven power may vary. If yours heats faster than most, adjust by starting with cooler water or by reducing cooking time or power level. Stop microwave if product is overcooking. 5. Remove from microwave, stir and recover with cap. 6. Let stand covered for 5 minutes or until oatmeal is tender and thick. Stir again and enjoy. Boiling Water: Follow instructions above except add boiling water to fill line and do not microwave. Let stand covered for 5 minutes or until oatmeal is tender and thick. Stir again and enjoy. Caution: Cup and food may be hot. Please handle with care.
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