Scotts Porage Oats are quite simply the original and best porridge oats. These Scottish-milled oats make a hearty, wholesome porridge that will warm you up on those cold winter mornings.
Porridge is synonymous with Scotland, where it has been eaten since the Middle Ages. Scotts have been producing porridge oats since 1880, and the company have been milling in Cupar, Scotland since 1947.
To prepare Scotts Porage Oats, add water (or milk if you prefer) and heat the mix on the stove. Add salt or sugar to your personal preference.
Most popular with customers in Italy, France, United States of America (USA), Germany, Korea Republic of, Austria, Spain, BFPO and Canada, but you can buy Scotts Porage Oats for delivery worldwide.
One of our Scotts branded products.
May Contain Barley, Contains Oats, May Contain Wheat.
100% Scott's Rolled Oats, without anythin' added.
Lifestyle / Additives
- Free From Artificial Colours, Free From Artificial Flavours, Free From Artificial Preservatives.
- Suitable for Vegans.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store in a Cool, Dry Place Once opened, porage is best eaten within two months. Or it lasts longer if you store it in an airtight container.
- Pack Type: Box.
Scotts Porage Oats is a classic Scottish staple food that never goes out of style. This is the perfect breakfast that warms up your body and soul on a cold wintry morning. It is thick, hearty and very wholesome. Just add milk or water and warm up. Feel free to add sugar, honey or a flavored syrup for taste. Personally, I love to add some fruit like berries or peaches. Porage Oats is seriously goodness in a bowl.
Scott's Porage Oats are the best. The best way to eat it is served with golden syrup and then cold milk floating around the sides. However, as I never have enough time in the morning to have breakfast before leaving for work, I have my porage in the office. I just fill my bowl with the oats and pour over boiling water, and a teaspoon of honey give it all a good stir and then enjoy. Is not as good as the cooked version at home but it certainly works just fine for a good warming breakfast in the office!
Who can beat oatmeal on a cold winter's day. I love Scott's Porage Oats. I make mine with milk and then stir in a bit of maple syrup for a wholesome and tasty breakfast. They cook up beautifully in the microwave so it is also a fast meal and one the whole family can make to their taste.
This has always been a standard in my pantry and I grew up on the stuff back in the 50's. I'm not sure Quaker Oats was available back then and have fond memories of asking mum to make porridge from the box with the man in a skirt!!
Dutch stores sell Quaker Oats and similar alternatives but I still prefer the taste of my youth.
And it's best made using water and a pinch of salt rather than milk and/or cream!
Scotts oats makes the best ever porridge, I make mine as my mum did when we were children with milk. I also put a little dusting of brown sugar on top. It is rich, creamy and authentic.
Over the years I have tried other oats but always come back to the one with the man wearing the kilt.
Pleased you carry this item as it is very nice on our Canadian winter mornings.
I can never get enough of porridge during the cold winter months. I really like Scott's brand and the price is good too. All 3 of my kids love it and I can't bring much back in my suitcase. So I'm really pleased to find this product at BCS. Makes great flapjack too!
With the summer on the way out I will be stocking up on nice warming products for breakfast. Scott`s Porage Oats are one of the best on the market in my opinion. And I love the fact that you can add anything with it such as honey, jam or Nutella.
Scotts Porage Oats are high quality, well tasting oats that will ensure you your perfect morning porridge.
These are best prepared in a kettle in the old fashion way.
Add some jam, honey or why not Nutella to your porridge and you've got a great way to start your day with.
I do not do breakfast but the Scotts Porage Oats make a great quick snack for lunch warming and filling. They also are a great ingredient for all sorts of baking from flapjacks to oats in crumble to give a good texture to a variety of cakes and Anzac biscuits.
A part from being a good quality breakfast porridge, Scotts Porage Oats are fantastic for making flapjacks! We don't eat huge amounts of hot cereal but the occasional winter morning does seem to require a warming start to it. I usually make it with 100% milk, no water, with a spot of salt and sugar to taste. Very tasty, chunky oats that cook fairly quickly too.
Good old Scott's Porage Oats, the original Scottish oats in my opinion, the best on the market. They take me back to my childhood, as the box hasn't changed it's original image in all these years. The kilted Scot putting the shot... I love mine made with 3/4 of milk and 1/4 of water, salt and a bit of sugar. Everyone seems to have a favourite way of eating them but one thing is certain, they make the creamiest bowl of porridge possible, much better than the instant type. A splodge of Golden Syrup on top and Bob's your uncle... or should I say Jock's your uncle?
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