The wholegrain groats are simply dried then cut into pieces by steel, resulting in a dense chewy texture and nuttier flavour than traditional rolled oats. It’s straight up goodness.
Oats are well known for their nutritional benefits, having protein and high levels of dietary fibre. They’re the perfect base for your breakfast cereals, as well as a versatile baking ingredient. Steel cut oats take longer to cook than rolled oats, but they are so worth the wait.
Whip up a healthy breakfast by adding your favourite milk, or just water. Add 1 cup of steel-cut oats to 3 cups of liquid, bring to the boil then simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Throw in some nuts, seeds and fresh fruit before serving.