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The first hot cereal she created was her Outrageous Outback Oatmeal. In no time at all Mary Jane had devoted fans, and the recipe was a keeper. Over time, she decided she wanted to eat a hot cereal that was less sweet. Mary Jane Farms' Hot 'n' Creamy Cereal is unusually delicious and rich in soluble dietary fiber. The addition of cinnamon, nutmeg and flax seeds makes it an instant favorite. Basic goodness and not too sweet.

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  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I try to eat healthy and I was excited to see this creamy cereal from Mary Janes. It was not bad but I have to be honest, I will probably return to my regular bowl of oatmeal.


    I was once again pleasantly surprised. I wasn't expecting great tastes in this one- was bracing myself for the standard plain hot cereal. But it was much better than that! Not too sweet, good spicing, great way to start your morning out in the wilderness. It's not gourmet, but it sure does the trick. I do recommend this, and will most definitely be getting it again!

    Really Good Oatmeal

      Since I can no longer find the MJ Outback Oatmeal, I tried this and it was just as good and maybe even better and it actually costs less. It's nice to have an organic choice for breakfast. I also use my Jetboil for this meal which makes it even better.

      the best backpacking foods, hands down

        Mary Janes Farm has the best backpacking foods, hands down. I love hot oatmeal in the morning in the backcountry, and this gives you an option other than the MJF Outrageous Outback Oatmeal (which is another great choice). I also like the "1.5 serving" size, because they are a good portion for me, not too much like some of the two or four-person serving sizes (good for groups/families), yet enough that I'm not going hungry. This is a fine example of the kind of meal that makes it worth carrying my Jetboil...