Warm Mediterranean breezes meet…sandwich spread. Okay, let’s do everyone a favor and skip the romantic flavor descriptions. Because oat spread plus garlic and little cucumber pieces means a tzatziki adventure for your taste buds! Ugh, there we go again. Forget the adventure and the taste buds, keep the tzatziki part. Just as it says on the packaging, you can spread it on your sandwich, but please do use it to add amazing flavor to recipes too, like pasta sauce or basically whenever you want something delicious to spark thrilling memories of—ugh. Stop. Let’s move on to the super practical sounding What’s Amazing section okay?
If you are a person who is living in the UK but for some inexplicable reason are not a fan of the cucumber sandwich, that’s totally okay. We have a nice Tomato Basil flavor back-up just for original thinkers like you which you can find here. Or maybe you want to stick with the creamy simplicity of plain oat spread. That’s cool too. But just be sure to try at least one of them if you don’t mind, because nobody should miss out on experiencing oat spread on a sandwich, cracker, bagel, bagel-cracker, bagel-sandwich, cracker-sandwich or whatever. Or in cooking for that matter, since it holds up perfectly even at boiling. Yeah, we've thought of everything.
What might be less amazing
... or maybe just the right amount of amazing if you're a 150-gram-package-of-oat-spreadperson because coincidentally, this is a 150 gram package. But of course this product literally might be less amazing if you're a 250, 500, or 900-gram-package individual. Right now, we don’t offer any larger containers so you will have to just go with the 150 grams. Sorry about that.
Let’s talk fat. Over to the right you’ll see that this product has 18 g of fat, including 7.0 g saturated fat. You may be thinking geez so much fat and why? First of all, it's not really that much, but sure, everything is relative. Secondly, saturated fat (or in this case—a fatty mixture of rapeseed oil and fully hydrogenated coconut and rapeseed oils, free of any trans fats) has an enchanting effect on oat spread. A crucial effect, one might say. In order to make it like a spread. Otherwise, we would have had to find a new way to use it. And we’d have to rename it Oat Stuff??? Or something. Yes, no less than three question marks.
Water, oats, rapeseed oil, fully hydrogenated coconut- and rapeseed oil, cucumber (7%), potato starch, potato protein, iodised salt, garlic (1%), corn starch, vinegar, stabilizer (pectin), acid (malic acid, lactic acid), black pepper.
Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 887 kJ/214 kcal
Fat 18 g
of which saturated 7,0 g
Carbohydrates 9,6 g
of which sugars 3,4 g
Fiber 0,9 g
Protein 3,0 g
Salt 1,23 g
No. This whole page is already stuffed with information about ingredients, pros and cons, different units of measure, etc. We think that is enough actually.
Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: West Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia.
Origin: Netherlands and Germany.
Origin: Netherlands and Germany.
Origin: Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay.
Origin: Se below.
Garlic: China, France, Spain, Argentina.
Salt: Switzerland, Germany.
Corn Starch: Germany, USA.
Black pepper: Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia.