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Organic Sprouted Oats

(6 customer reviews)


Of the major food allergens in the US, EU, and/or Canada, only Wheat, Almonds, and Sesame are present in the scope of products processed at To Your Health. All To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co.’s facilities are certified organic and kosher certified. Click here to read our Allergen Statement.


Ready to roll for fresh oatmeal or mill for a great all-around gluten-free flour.

While different from our rolled oats, our oat groats are great for cooking as a breakfast porridge with a creamy/chewy consistency.

These oats are a whole grain. They are NOT ROLLED.

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Weight N/A

1 lb., 5 lb., 25 lb., 48 lb.

6 reviews for Organic Sprouted Oats

  1. Sandy

    Great for oatmeal and baking too. I roll my oats right before cooking.

  2. Pamela Lutz (verified owner)

    This is not a review but a question. I accidentally ordered these oats instead of oatmeal and don't know what to do with them. How do you roll them.

    • abstewart

      Pamela, in order to roll oats at home you would need an oat roller which you should be able to purchase online.

  3. Cathy

    These are great! I wanted to try the whole oat, but wasn't sure what to do with them when I got them. It's really cold right now and I thought they would be a healthy warm breakfast for my family. I cooked them in the crockpot overnight - 1 C Oats to 4 C liquid (I used half Cashew Milk) with a pinch of salt on Low for about 8 hours. They turned out great! We each added our own toppings. I topped with cinnamon, fresh apple, butter, and a little sweetener and cream. I don't think I will be hungry until dinner!

  4. Rebecca (verified owner)

    Everyone in my family prefers these to rolled or steel cut oats. We cook them overnight in a rice cooker that has a timer and a "keep warm" setting. It is easy to put the oats and water in the cooker at night, choose the "porridge" setting, set the cooker to start cooking two hours before breakfast, and find the well-cooked oats ready for toppings. With an assortment of toppings, including salt, cinnamon, butter, cream, milk, honey, brown sugar, maple syrup, raisins (best plumped a bit), apples (best chopped small and microwaved for a minute), and nuts, each of us can have our healthful sprouted oats as we like them.

  5. Ruth

    Love this item. It is so filling compared to rolled oats. I cook mine in the instant pot. 1 to 1 ratio, water to oats. Little vanilla, brown sugar and walnuts! YUM!

  6. winntreehouse (verified owner)

    These is the best oatmeal I've ever tasted. I just stumbled onto it at WF in Mississippi. It's not always there so was delighted to find I could order from the source.
    My husband and I eat it almost everyday. It has a buttery smell when cooking--I can't figure out where that is coming from because I've cooked other sprouted brands and they don't have it. I serve with small bits of fresh banana cut up, frozen wild blueberries--Wyman's are the best, and a tad of maple syrup. My husband is not really a breakfast eater so I leave his on stove and he eats it at lunch time for dessert.

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