Organic Steel Cut Oats
Organic steel cut oats are the most nutritious oats you can buy. They offer a nuttier and chewier texture compared to any other oat on the market as they are the least processed – They are a favourite for breakfast.
The only proven superfood...
Posted by John on 06 Sep 2016
Been paying an arm and leg for a little ton of steel cut oats for most of winter, until I found ProWhey! Saving so much money, getting superior product, home delivered - what's not to like. I'm a convert, Uncle Toby can shove it up his armpit! Pro Whey is the only way!
These oats have swag!
Posted by Sharon on 09 Nov 2015
These oats are awesome and buying online in bulk with delivery is epic value for money. Neither my teenage son or husband would eat rolled oats but both love these -sneakily making them healthier one meal at a time! ;-)
BEST OATS EVER
Posted by Daniel Horrell on 28 Aug 2015
These oats are great, I love how much energy I have throughout the day and during workouts with these carbs. Cooking time takes a bit longer but it keeps in the fridge/ freezer if you cook it in bulk.
Posted by Kristin Walker on 02 Dec 2014
Can't stand rolled oats, but these are great. Here's the recipe my wife gave me:
2 cups oats.
1 can coconut milk (get the one that's just coconut extract and water).
3 cups water.
1/2 cup shredded coconut.
1 teaspoon finely chopped ginger.
Sprinkle of cinnamon.
Put all the ingredients in a pot on a low heat until the liquid is absorbed (about 20 mins, but reheats well in the microwave). Goes brilliantly with grated red apple or berries, and doesn't require any sugar or dairy. It's like dessert for breakfast. :)
Yummy yummy and warm in my tummy
Posted by Catherine Hain on 21 Jul 2014
Well, for sure, don't try and cook them in the morning if you're in a hurry. I literally put them in a pot with 1/2 water and 1/2 milk the night before and bring to the boil. Then, turn off, and in the morning, just heat up again. The kids (eh hrm) love it with butter and brown sugar. Great value and great product.
Posted by Danny D'Orazio on 26 Mar 2014
I was put on to them by my nutritionist and haven't looked back!
Great product, great taste ( a bit nutty ) and great value 4kg bags what more can you ask for!
Posted by Brett Haylock on 19 Dec 2013
I swear by these to get my carbs/fibre in the morning. I cook them in a slow cooker in bulk and keep in the fridge. And being a type 1 diabetic they are excellent for blood-sugar control as they are low GI. Highly recommended!
Posted by Jaime Bryant on 23 May 2013
After my first failed attempt at cooking these (they exploded in the microwave) I absolutely love there texture and nutty flavour.
They take longer than normal oats but worth the wait and you can’t go past a 4kg bag for that price either!
The Best Oats By Far
Posted by Maria Lozada on 22 May 2013
I've been looking for locally grown Steel Cut Oats for ages, and now to finally find Australian "Organic" Steel Cut Oats at Professioanl Whey is wonderful! This is the best porridge I've ever had, and I too soak it overnight for better digestion.
Posted by Ellen Ant on 15 Feb 2013
Great quality product! I had been searching for steel cut oats for a while as they are the least processed form of oats (and therefore healthier!).
I simply mix it with my protein shakes and chew them once they have moistened.
I also add them into the mixture of my homemade protein bars to add some complex carbs to it - yum!
To top it off, the bag is MASSIVE and lasts a while - great value for money!
organic steel cut oats
Posted by Uté Kurys-Romer on 15 Oct 2012
I was not much of a porridge or muesli eater until now and due to strong exercising I had to look at energy spending foods... well, if you sit in a similar boat, look no further!! These OATS ARE FRESH, DELICIOUS and top up your ENERGY levels so you can work out even harder. Enjoy and stay clean
Posted by Genevieve McAvoy on 10 Oct 2012
These are fantastic! I've tried a couple of recipes but the best basic one I found (and you can then add whatever you like to make it exciting)
was... In a deep frypan/pot toast 1 cup of steel cut oats in a tablespoon of coconut oil. It takes only a couple of minutes for the oats to slightly brown and a beautiful smell to fill the kitchen. Add 3 cups of water and 1 cup of milk along with some cinnamon and vanilla powders to taste and simmer ever so gently for around 30 or so minutes. This isn't a quick thing but worth the wait and effort. Tastes great served warm with cold vanilla yoghurt (sugar free of course!). Heat up leftovers in the microwave for an easy breakfast for the next couple of days! Enjoy experimenting.