Troo Happy Porridge+ with flaxseeds containing plant-based omega 3’s and warming, comforting cinnamon.
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Enjoy our Happy Troo Porridge+ with flaxseeds containing plant-based omega 3’s and warming, comforting cinnamon, further boosted with chicory inulin for added fibre.
Very high in fibre, low in sugar and packed with delicious and healthy ingredients it is a bowl of Troo goodness that will fill you with natural joy and positivity for the day ahead.
Research from the World Health Organization suggests that eating at least 30g of fibre per day could help improve your health. All our yummy Troo products contain at least 25% of your daily fibre requirements in one portion. They have been especially developed to contain lots of functional fibre* that helps support your gut health as well as excluding gut irritants. The perfect way to start the day or even to end it!
Troo Porridge can be made very quickly by adding hot water to just cover the oats, stirring and leaving for a few minutes to thicken up. However for a bit of extra indulgence we love our porridge made the traditional way with warm milk when it’s chilly and as overnight oats when it’s warm. Add in fruit; slices of banana, grated apple or chopped raspberries for extra fibre as well as extra taste!
*Oat fibre is a functional fibre in relation to its contribution to an increase in faecal bulk.
Troo Happy Porridge+ with Flaxseed & Cinnamon
Gluten Free Porridge Oats
Chicory Root Fibre (Inulin)
Coconut Palm Sugar
Ground Cinnamon Powder (1%)
Free From Gluten
May Contain Nuts
Nutrition per serving (50g)
Fibre: 8.3g High (28%)
Fat: 4.6g Med (7%)
Saturates: 0.6g Low (3%)
Salt: 0.01g Low (0%)
Of your reference intake
Typical values per 100g: Energy 1552.6kJ / 367.4kcal
Nutrition per 100g
Energy: 1552.6kJ / 367.4kcal
Troo Cereals & Syrups are high in prebiotic fibre
Troo Food contains NO ADDED or REFINED sugar and no dried fruit
No additives, preservatives, no gluten or dairy. Without any unnecessary ingredients
Completely plant based to help you get towards 30 plant based fibres / week
Always kind to the planet, compostable where possible and recyclable at a minimum