Yes, all of Scott’s porridge oats are gluten-free. You can find out more about their products and ingredients on Quaker Oats’s website.
Oats are gluten-free by nature, however gluten-containing grains like wheat, rye, and barley may be inadvertently introduced during farming, transportation, and storage.
Only oats labeled gluten-free may be eaten by people following a gluten-free diet.
Which porridge oats are gluten-free?
Oats are gluten-free and safe for most people with gluten sensitivity. Although oats contain no gluten, they can be processed in the same areas as wheat, rye, or barley does.
Are Scott’s porridge oats rolled oats?
Scott’s oats are seen as the “truest taste” by the company since they’re rolled thicker than normal oats and gently roasted to produce what it considers to be “the purest flavor.” Porridge made with Scott’s oats can be prepared in a microwave or on a stovetop, with milk or water and other toppings (typically salt or sugar).
What type of oats are Scotts porridge oats?
- Scott’s contain thicker rolled porage oats
- They carefully grade and select each grain so that only the best oats go into every pack
- Porridge contains no artificial flavorings, colorings, or preservatives
- To create their own distinctive taste the oats are rolled thicker and are gently kilned
- The true taste of Scotland
Do you have any tips for eating healthy while at school?
There are a few things you can do to make sure you’re eating healthy while at school.
First, try to pack your own lunch and snacks from home. This way, you’ll know exactly what’s going into your body and can control the portion sizes.
Second, make sure to eat breakfast before heading off to school. A nutritious meal will help you concentrate and learn better throughout the day.
Finally, try to get in some physical activity whenever you can – whether it’s during recess or after school.