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Coach's Oats 100% Whole Grain Oatmeal, 4.5 lbs
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- Microwavable - Ready in 5 minutes
- All Natural
- Heart Healthy
- Cracked Toasted Oats
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Top Customer Reviews
The versatility of this product is amazing. If I want a porridge consistency, I add slightly more water. If I want a bowl of something with more chew to it I add slightly less water. If I'm extra hungry , I'll cook it on the stovetop with frozen veggies (carrots, peas, corn, broccoli, etc) with some garlic salt and hot sauce and you've got a savory and healthy dinner. If I'm in the mood for something sweet, I'll add bananas and drizzle in some honey. A bowl of this with an over-easy egg and you've got a very filling snack under 250 calories. With a regular meal, I'll sub out my starch (rice, pasta, bread) with this oatmeal for a healthy alternative. For me, I feel more full with oatmeal as the side dish probably because it fools my stomach with extra water weight but the fiber content keeps me feeling full or at least content until the next meal.
Think outside the box and be open to new flavors and new textures, and you will thoroughly enjoy this product as much as I have, AND feel healthy doing so :)
Here's my method of preparing them:
Toast ~1.5 Cups raw Coach's Oats in a dry stainless-steel medium pot. Add ~3/4 tsp of Kosher Salt.
Add 3 Tbsp of Coconut Oil and/or Macadamia Oil and/or Butter. Stir until toasted and brown.
In a separate container, microwave 3 cups of water and 1 cup of black coffee to a boil (4 cups total).
Pour the boiling liquid over the oats in the hot cooking vessel. Instant violent boil. Cover and simmer for 5 minutes.
Remove lid and stir in cinnamon (e.g. cassia) and ~4 Tbsp Orange Blossom Honey.
Simmer uncovered for ~4 more minutes until desired texture consistency is reached. I like mine on the drier side.
Serve with a splash of cream and/or berries. Or anything that will stand up to the coffee flavor. Have fun.
It's ideal for camping, too, especially if you premeasure and add your sugar or whatever in the zip bag before you go. It takes 5 minutes to cook on the stove. I have bought multiple bags of this to share with the oatmeal lovers in my circle of friends and family. I've created several converts.
Snappy and clean texture, not mushy like quakers - very easy to eat. Microwavable. Prepares very fast.
I highly recommend this product. I do not recommend that 17 dollar price Amazon has up - that's insane.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I feel like I get off to a good start with Coach's oatmeal. I add a little fruit or nuts and enjoy it, especially now that the weather's cold. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Chip Morgan
what does one say about oatmeal? it tastes like oatmeal? it does. probably would not buy again....regular oatmeal is just fine and much cheaper.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Coaches Oats is my favorite oatmeal! I have it for breakfast almost every day. The texture is almost the same as the steel-cut oatmeal that require 45 minutes to cook, but Coaches... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Margaret Buckner
Inferior to steel cut oats. Steel cut oats still has more flavor and tastes better, so I don't see this "cracked and toasted" thing as an advantage.Published 15 days ago by Kevin P. Shaabani