Make as much or as little as you like! Est. 1877. Not a reduced calorie food. Per Serving: 140 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 470 mg sodium (20% DV); 0 g sugars. Simply the Best Quality: Quaker has set the standard in grits for over 100 years. Only Quaker Instant Grits can help your family continue the tradition with easy to prepare, smooth and creamy grits. From breakfast to dinner, from savory to sweet, try these tasty grits toppings your family will love! Butter, salt & pepper, shredded cheese, green onions, chives, bacon, sausage, shrimp, sweet cream, honey, sugar. For more recipe ideas visit: quakeroats.com. Give them the flavors they love. For over 130 years Quaker has unlocked the power of grains to unlock the power in you. A good source of calcium & iron. See nutrition information for sodium content. It's only natural! Please Note: Tiny dark specks occasionally found in our grits are natural to corn we use in this product and do not affect the taste or texture. Questions or comments? Call 1-800-MY-GRITS (1-800-649-7487). Please have package available when calling. Visit us at www.quakeroats.com.
18 oz (1 lb 2 oz) 510 g x 12
about 18 per pack
Stove Top & Microwave Amounts: 1 Serving: 1/2 cup instant grits; 2/3 cup water or milk. 2 Servings: 1 cup instant grits; 1-1/2 cups water or milk. 4 Servings: 2 cups instant grits; 2-2/3 cups water or milk. Conventional: 1. Combine grits and boiling water in a medium bowl. 2. Stir until blended. Microwave: 1. Combine grits and water in medium (1-1/2 to 2 qt) microwaveable bowl. 2. Microwave on high: 1 Serving: 1-1/2 to 2 minutes. 2-4 Servings: 2-1/2 to 3 minutes. 3. Stir before serving. Cook time may be longer if using milk. Microwave ovens vary in power; cooking times may need to be adjusted.
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