FREE SHIPPING $35+

Bob's Red Mill Organic Scottish Oatmeal
566 g
Oatmeal originated in Scotland centuries ago and was different from our modern rolled oats. A coarse meal was produced by slowly grinding the kernel between two large mill stones. Bob's Red Mill Organic Scottish Oatmeal is produced in the same old fashioned way and contains all the health giving nutrients of the best quality oats from which it was ground--the germ, the oil and the fiber. The result is a surprisingly unique and flavorful hot cereal.

Ingredients: organic whole grain oats




No Information Provided

Other Bob's Red Mill Products

next Prev
Customer Reviews 5/5
First Name
Email (not published)
YouTube Video (Optional. Eg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxxxxxxxxxx)
Rating

Write a Review

Michele: a few months ago

This is the only oatmeal that I serve my family; the best of the best in today's market that beats rolled oats hands down.


Kia: a few months ago

I really love the texture of these Scottish Oats! They are a nice change from quick oats because their texture is more hearty (contains larger, thicker pieces of oat), but they still cook quickly. Highly recommend!


Sandra: more than a year ago

I love Bob's Organic Scottish Oatmeal. Easy and quick to prepare. Great taste and texture, plus I use it for baking to substitute for wheat germ.


Brandon: more than a year ago

I have been very satisfied with this product so far. I bring it to work 5 days a week in a thermos and has been very satisfying.

I have tried preparing it both ways suggested on the bag (stove top and microwave) and both work well. If I have slept in and in a bit of a rush I am able to have breakfast ready in under 5 minutes, but if I have a bit more time I enjoy cooking it slowly on the stove top. It comes out just a touch cleaner on the stove top.

I top my oatmeal with a bit of Bob's Red Mill Dried Cranberries and/or Bob's Red Mill Natural Granola to give it a nice sweet taste.


Rossitza: more than a year ago

Everyone in our house loves the Scottish oatmeal and it's a special favourite with the kids. We have also tried the steel cut oats and we prefer the creamier, smoother texture of the Scottish oatmeal. It's also quicker to prepare, as it has to cook for about 10 minutes rather than the 20 minutes for the steel cut oats.

Page  1