Old Fashioned Oats that are cut into several pieces and then steamed and rolled into thin flakes. This results in a quick cook time of 3 minutes or less. The nutrition stays the same but the texture changes
Best Used For: Quick Oatmeal, Porridge, Smoothies, Soft Oatmeal Cookies, Overnight Oats
Rolled Oats (aka Old Fashioned Oats) are created when oat groats are steamed and rolled into ﬂakes. The main difference from quick oats is that Rolled Oats retain their shape when cooked. This type of oat is great for baking!
Best Used For: Energy balls, Overnight Oats, Apple Crisp, Breakfast Cookies, Granola
These oats are closest to their original grain form. They are made when the oat groat is cut with a steel blade. This type of oats takes the longest to cook at approximately 30 minutes. This is the most textured oat and has a nutty taste and chewy texture.
Best Used For: Breakfast/ Granola Bars