Quaker Steel Cut Quick 3-Minute Oats Oatmeal25 oz

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$7.15

( 10 reviews )

Fuel up with a heartier taste & texture.

Quaker quick and easy steel cut oatmeal is 100% steel cut oats that are expertly cut to cook quickly while still preserving the hearty texture and rich, nutty taste of a whole oat.

Now you can enjoy the robust texture and flavor of steel cut oatmeal on even the busiest mornings.For over 135 years, Quaker has unlocked the power of oats to help people get the perfect start to each day.

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Estimated delivery on July 29, 2024

Description

Quaker Steel Cut Quick 3-Minute Oats Oatmeal25 oz

Just when you thought Quaker Oats couldn’t get any better, Quaker Steel Cut Oats are out to prove otherwise.

These 100% whole grain oats are steel cut, rather than rolled, offering you a heartier texture and a rich, nutty taste.

Try them topped with your favorite fruits, nuts or a dab of honey, and you’ll agree that Quaker Steel Cut Oats are a distinctly delicious way to start your day.

*Diets rich in whole grains and other plant foods and low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease.

 

  • These Quaker Oats are Non-GMO Project Verified.  Look for specially marked packages with the Non-GMO Project Verified Symbol
  • Good Source of Fiber- Quaker Oats provide a good source of fiber to support a healthy digestive system.  See nutrition information for total fat per serving
  • Made with 100% Whole Grain Oats
  • Heart healthy whole grains: quaker oats are 100 percent whole grains; diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in saturated fat and cholesterol may help reduce the risk of heart disease

Additional information

Container Type

Canister

Retail Packaging

CNSTR NNPGB

Food Condition

Shelf-Stable

Manufacturer

Quaker

Brand

Quaker

10 reviews for Quaker Steel Cut Quick 3-Minute Oats Oatmeal25 oz

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  1. mom1

    Quaker still cut oatsproduct came damaged!!! I tossed it. not worth my time to drive to return it!

  2. dtd655

    Great Product!!I tried Quaker Steel Cut Oats back in 2020 and was not impressed; I decided to give it another try and I was pleasantly surprised. I used the microwave method and my oatmeal came out great! If you haven’t tried the Quaker Steel Cut 3 Minute Oats, do so: I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!

  3. eliz735

    Quick and easyIf you’re going to have steel cut oats I recommend these because they cook quickly so they’re very convenient

  4. Darlene

    Packages burst in shipping meaning loss of foodI really like and depend on grocery delivery. However if food isn’t in strong packaging, the package will burst and food spill out. This has happened before.
    This time the sardines were popped out of boxes, but not dented, therefore useable. One box of steel cut oats was burst and half the contents spilled out in mailing box. Not good. You can not always help care and handling, but perhaps better packaging would help.

  5. Elnora

    Would like my container of oatmeal replaced.I love the shipment timing, but one container of my oatmeal was opened and unusable.

  6. Tommy

    Improper packaging of product by WalmartThe oats container was broken and the contents leaked out into the packaging container. To rectify this issue: Package the oats (as they are in a carboard container) in a box versus a bag. In a bag, the product packaging is susceptable to being crushed (as happened here).

  7. Anonymous

    Buyer Beware!2 of the 6 cans arrived destroyed with the shipping carton half-way filled with oats. Took about 15 min to vacuum up the mess and dispose of the loose oats, and after another 10 min of looking for customer service contacts here on the website I give up. The only options appear to involve sending back what was damaged, which isn’t possible. So, I spent roughly $44 for 4 five-dollar cans of oats in the end. Final touch–website erroring out, not allowing me to attach the photos i’d intended to provide to customer service–if it existed.

  8. Pickler

    SawdustNot sure what this is? Sawdust is the best description. Tried making it three times, adjusting water and cook time. It doesn’t get any better. Seems the 25-minute version is no longer sold in stores. You only get this 3-minute version, and it’s terrible.

  9. sol

    SpilledIt wasn’t properly packed and the oatmeal was all the box

  10. Raymond

    deficient packagingOatmeal container opened in transit.
    Oatmeal everywhere.
    Tossed it.

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