Picky Bars Picky Oats - Single-Serve Pouch
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Delicious, energy-fueling breakfast.
Unlike store-bought oatmeal's unappealing pile of sticky mush, the Picky Oats Single-Serve Pouch tantalizes your taste buds and fuels outdoor adventures with its delicious ingredients chock-full of nutritional goodness. Picky Bars Picky Oats is available in three mouth-watering flavors, including Can't Beet Chocolate, Game, Set, Matcha, and How 'Bout Dem Apples.
Each pouch contains between 310 and 325 calories to energize your outdoor pursuits and 10 to 11 grams of filling protein. Game, Set, Matcha! contains 25 milligrams of caffeine for a nice pick me up, thanks to its Japanese green tea additive. All three flavors are gluten, dairy, and soy-free, meaning they're vegetarian and vegan-friendly. Please note, both the Can't Beet Chocolate and How 'Bout Dem Apples flavors contain almonds and all three flavors are processed in a facility that uses peanuts and soy.
- Delicious, energy-fueling oats with wholesome ingredients
- Each pouch has between 310 and 325 calories for energy
- Between 10 and 11 grams of filling protein per pouch
- Game, Set, Matcha! has 25mg of caffeine for a boost
- Can't Beet Chocolate, How 'Bout Dem Apples have almonds
- All three flavors are gluten, dairy, and soy-free
- Processed in a plant that uses peanuts and soy
- Item #PKY0004
What do you think about this product?
May 13, 2019
Had a chance to try this and I was pretty surprised. I’m not the biggest fan of oatmeal, but this stuff is pretty good. Brought a few for a running trip and we all dig them. Matcha is the best though.
July 31, 2018
Better than Quaker.
I tried all three flavors on a recent backcountry climbing trip, and I was impressed! Oatmeal is far from my favorite breakfast meal, but it's simple and provides everything I need to get through the first half of a long day. I love that these have so much more to offer than your standard instant oat packages as well; nuts, seeds, fruit, spices, and a little more protein as well. I didn't love the Matcha flavor, but that's because I don't like matcha. These will definitely be my go-to for backcountry breakfasts, and are worth giving a try!