Mornflake medium oatmeal stoneground 500g


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Product Summary

100% wholegrain oatmeal. To help actively lower cholesterol. A great British cereal. High in fibre. Great for vegetarians&vegans. Medium oatmeal. To Help Actively Lower Cholesterol*. *Oat beta-glucan has been shown to help lower blood cholesterol. High cholesterol is a risk factor in the development of coronary heart disease.One 40g serving of Mornflake Medium Oatmeal provides 1.6g of oat beta-glucan from oats, which is 53% of 3g, the suggested daily intake. A Bit about our Oatmeal. Bursting with pure, natural goodness and, as people with healthy hearts tend to eat more wholegrain foods, our oatmeal is the perfect choice for a healthy lifestyle! Family milling in Cheshire since 1675. We can trace our milling roots right back to 1675, when my ancestor William Lea started milling at Swettenham Mill, South Cheshire. Today we are still keeping up the family tradition after 15 generations as independent British millers. We believe in selecting and milling only the finest grain and in using the techniques and time honoured traditions that we've passed down from generation to generation. Above all, by continuing to put all our expertise and care into providing you with a healthier, tastier breakfast. John Lea. Trademarking great taste


Pure Mornflake Stoneground Oatmeal (100%)

Preparation & Storage


  • How will you Serve Yours?As well as a delicious porridge, Mornflake Oatmeal is perfect as a coating for fish and meat, ideal for light stuffings and makes a really crunchy crumble topping.
  • Hob From Ambient: For great results use a hob.…To prepare delicious oatmeal porridge:…Boil 430mls (3/4 pint) of water in a saucepan and slowly add 40g of Mornflake Oatmeal, stirring continuously. Keep stirring gently until the mixture begins to thicken. R


Store in a cool, dry place away from strong odours, once opened store in an airtight container.


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