Whole rolled oats, steel cut oats, brown sugar, sprouted buckwheat, and sprouted quinoa. 10 g protein. 5 g fiber. 200 calories. 100% non GMO ingredients. No wheat ingredients. Fuel up and feel great, with a warm, wholesome and delicious bowl of Original Sprouted Grains oatmeal. It's a protein-fueled, high fiber way to fill your day with plenty of positive energy. Each bowl is a hearty blend of whole grains, like whole rolled oats, steel cut oats, sprouted buckwheat and sprouted quinoa. The thick, rich texture is full of body and perfectly balanced with a mouthwatering hint of brown sugar. Just the good stuff, with no GMOs. So you can feel great about every single bite. In my house, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This delicious recipe is a balance of energy, nutrition and flavors that you can dream about waking up to. To you vitality, Lizanne Founder of thinkThin. www.thinkproducts.com. We're social. Join the conversation of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest. 40 g of whole grains per serving. Product of USA.
6 - 1.90 oz (54 g) packets [11.4 oz (324 g)] x 12
6 per pack
Microwave (Recommended): 1. Empty contents into a large microwave safe bowl. 2. Stir in 1/2 cup of cold water. Or use empty packet as a measuring cup. 3. Microwave on high for 60 seconds. 4. Stir well and let cool to taste. Grains will continue to soften. Enjoy! Caution: Bowl and contents may be hot! Do not put hot water into empty packet. Microwaves vary in power, so cook time may need adjustment. Hot Water: 1. Empty packet into bowl. 2. Add 1/3 cup boiling water to bowl. 3. Stir well. Cover. Let stand covered for 5 minutes. Enjoy! Note: Adjust water for desired thickness. For softer grains, cover and let stand for additional minutes. Consume within two hours of preparation.
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