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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 20, 2012
A colleague has been making Maple Brown Sugar oatmeal at work and it smelled soooo good! I tend to shy away from instant oatmeals because they are so high in sugar and don't have a hearty consistency, so I was delighted to try Oat Fit from Better Oats. Others reviewers are right, though... this product is SO much cheaper at Target!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on May 24, 2012
I picked some of these up at Target, and was very pleased to find instant oatmeal with no sugar, yet still a hearty and pleasant taste. I was hoping to find them available in bulk, possibly - the nearest Target with a grocery is quite a distance from me - but these prices are ridiculous, when I managed to get them from the big T on sale at a buck a BOX, rather than more than that *per pouch*. I guess that next time I'm in that area, I'll simply be cleaning out their available stock.

It would be nice if there were an even number of pouches per box - a 100-calorie packet is mighty tiny if you're not anorexic. Two pouches make for a nice, rib-sticking meal, though.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 12, 2011
I discovered this oatmeal quite by accident last year while looking for something whole grain to have for breakfast - on a path to eating healthier. Since I'm diabetic as well, it's important the carbs not be outrageous as well. It needed to be quick, nourishing and taste good enough I'd stick to it. Since then, I've had this oatmeal for breakfast at least 5 times per week since my first discovery. I even take it on vacation (when I can and know I have access to a microwave). It's filling, I love the taste and it's good for me. I've lost quite a bit of weight in the past year, all in part of eating healthier and exercising more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 13, 2013
Hard to find something for work to eat for breakfast that I can store in my desk drawer that doesn't take a ton of space... This is so good--not too sweet, so, so so easy to make--just90 seconds in my big soup mug and it is ready... the package doubles as the measuring cup for the water... I got a case at costco of the cinnamon roll and the maple and brown sugar... probably like cinnamon roll the best...
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on March 21, 2013
So, I like Starbucks Oatmeal - which is instant. Not as good as Jamba Juices' which is made from scratch ... but, half the price & better toppings.

So, I figured - If Starbuck's is instant - Somebody has to make it for them.

I went on a search to find the mystery provider of Starbucks Oatmeal, considering it the 'Gold Standard' for instant.

Tried every brand I could get my hands on - and Surprisingly there are quite a few.

If anything this stuff is BETTER than Starbucks - really quit nice. Tasty, good mouth feel, as close to scratch made & head and shoulders above any other brand I tried.

I'd bet money this is where Starbucks gets theirs from. Course, I don't know.

Price - Yes, I was hoping to buy in bulk and get'm cheap. No Joy.

I can get these at HEB for $1 / box.... regular price, not even on sale... 20 cents a pouch....

Course Sam's Club has Quaker oats for about a nickle a pouch.
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on April 29, 2014
I love the Oat Fit line, especially the Maple & Brown Sugar. I like that it has no sugar, flax seed and only 100 calories. I find it filling and satifsfying. However, the price here is outrageous. I originally found this at Big Lots for $1 a box. Then when I couldn't get it at Big Lots any more, I sometimes can find it at our of our higher end grocery stores (for about $1.50), but not all the time. I was looking for an alternative so I could get it when I wanted it, but find I just cannot pay $5 a box when I have been able to get it for $1 or $1.50.
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on April 23, 2014
It's the best instant oatmeal I have ever had and is diabetic friendly. I find it quite easy to find in all leading grocery stores in my area and very cheap. About $1.50 for a box of 5 packs. (not quite sure why they are ripping people off on this post). Very easy for an on the go breakfast. Pour it in a bowl and measure the water out with the pack the oats came in. Perfect!
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on December 2, 2012
These are a great start to the day for me. I haven't historically been a big breakfast person, but now I've discovered these I eat it every day. They aren't super filling, but they see me through from 9am to lunch.

The only downside is that you have to clean the bowl pretty soon after eating otherwise it becomes a bit of a chore!
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on May 6, 2014
This is an excellent instant oatmeal, with a lower carb count than most of the competition.
The taste & ease of preparation deserve 5 stars, but I had to knock off a couple because the price is way too high.
Check with your big chain grocers - I found it in our area for around $1.49 per five-pack.
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on July 24, 2013
I saw OatFit in the store a few months ago, but now I am deployed for the Armed Forces. I order OatFit and it is the best way to have breakfast in the morning. It tastes wonderful, nothing like instant oats from general mills, and I don't feel like I am putting anything bad into my body.
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