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Fuel your body with the nourishment and nutrients it needs with the
power of Origins Oats.

Whole Grain Nutrition Powerhouse

Oats are no doubt a whole grain nutrition powerhouse. At Origins, we take pride in our 100% natural, quality oats that comes in a variety of styles from traditional rolled oats to baby oats to suit the varying needs. 

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Cooking Tips for Different Types of Oats

Organic Rolled Oats/Rolled Oats

Cook 1/4 cup of oats and 1/2 cup of water or milk of choice and cook over medium heat for 2-3mins, stirring occasionallly. Microwave for 1-1.5mins

Organic Baby Oats

Combine 1/4 cup of baby oats and 3/4 cup of water. Bring mixture to a slow boil. Allow it to cool before adding in puree fruits or vegetables.

Organic Instant Oats

Add 1/4 cup of oats and 2 cup of hot water/milk of choice. Alternatively, microwave oats and liquid together.

Organic Steel Cut Oats

Add 1/4 cup of oats and 2 cup of water/milk in a pot and bring to a boil. Simmer on low-medium heat for 15-20 mins and add more liquid if needed.

Raw Oat Bran

Cook 1/2 cup of oats and 1 cup of water or milk of choice and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally.


Oats are so versatile and they can be topped with sweet or savoury flavours. Enjoy a comforting breakfast wholegrain cereal or add them to your recipes.


Q: Are there major differences in the health benefits of steel-cut, rolled and instant oats?

A: There aren't any major differences in the nutrition benefits of the three types of oats. All forms of oats are 100% whole grain, a good source of fiber and have the same nutritional information – same calories, fiber and protein per serving.

Q: Are instant oats still a healthy breakfast option?

A: The benefits really don't differ between the three types of oats. Also, we know that there are health benefits to eating breakfast, especially when it comes to diet quality and weight management. Additionally, it provides so many flavor choices, as well as better-for-you options to meet people's preferences, like plain and reduced sugar, so there's no need to skip out or think that instant oats aren't healthy. Instant oats are definitely a great way for consumers to enjoy a healthy breakfast.

Q: Do you have any preparation tips for rolled or steel-cut oatmeal? Any tricks for the best results?

A: Steel Cut Oats and Rolled Oats do require some cooking time and we would advise not rushing the preparation process. If your mornings are tight, do consider making overnight oats using Rolled Oats or you may put Steel Cut Oats in the slow cooker before you go to bed at night. You may change up the fluid that you use to cook your oats in. Apart from water, either broth or milk would make a savoury substitute.