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Whole Oat Groats ? Groat is an old Scottish word that describes an oat kernel with the hull removed. Cook into a hearty cereal or grind into flour.

We are always keeping things new and exciting around Bob's Red Mill, so the package you have may vary slightly from the one you see here, but we always promise the same wholesome product.



"Groat" is an old Scottish word from hundreds of years ago that refers to cereal made from whole, hull-less oats. They take a bit longer to prepare than cut or rolled oats, but the exceptionally hearty flavor and chewy subtlety of this wholesome porridge make it well worth the wait.

Scores of studies have documented the many health benefits of oats. The FDA says that diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol and rich in fruits, vegetables, and grain products like oats that contain of dietary fiber, particularly soluble fiber, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Oats help you feel fuller longer, which helps control your weight. Oats may also help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, since their soluble fiber helps control blood sugar. Oats are higher in protein and healthy fats, and lower in carbohydrates than most other whole grains. They contain more soluble fiber than any other grain. They also have the best amino acid balance of all the cereal grains.

Start your day the heart-healthy way with a rich bowl of Bob's Red Mill Whole Grain Oat Groats. They also make a great side dish for dinner and are perfect for a satisfying grain salad. Try the tasty and filling Oat Groats Pilaf recipe on the back of our package. Use your home mill to grind groats into fresh oat flour.

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Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Nutty taste unlike oatmeal.
Oat groats, almond milk, blueberries & cinnamon best breakfast in the world. I don't like oatmeal but love oat groats ! 2 cups groats to 4.25 water bring to a boil & simmer for 45 to minutes. Will keep for days in refrigerator.
Review by Di / (Posted on 6/30/2015)
Love my oat groats!
I cook these overnight in the slow cooker on low. I use a 50/50 blend of water and milk, plus cinnamon and dried fruit. They come out perfect and delicious every time. My favorite breakfast! Review by Bufflehead / (Posted on 6/26/2014)
Sprout them first!!
Soak them for 12 hours, drain (and keep) the water. Then let them sit for 24 - 48 hours and wait for them to begin to sprout (just barely see the roots starting). THEN eat them. They taste so much better and they're softer. Add the sprouted groats to protein shakes and use the water that you kept from soaking them!! Review by Mr Quinn / (Posted on 4/5/2011)
Even Better than Steel Cut Oats
Undoubtly better than Steel cut oats (and those are darn good). See my review of steel cut. The differences are these - the whole oat groats are a bit nuttier/granier (which I like) and most notably, there is little pasty like texture between grains when cooked. Almost rice like, but with all the flavor of oats.||Okay, the one drawback is the long cook time - 50 minutes +. But so worth it. My Review by Andy, the World / (Posted on 3/11/2011)
If you already love steel ...
If you already love steel cut oats, you'll be delighted at first taste of these full-bodied, richly flavored oat groats.
Review by Peter / (Posted on 1/22/2010)
Nutritional Info
Nutrient Facts
Serving Size: 1/4 cup(46g)
Servings Per Container: 17
Amount Per Serving % Daily

Calories from Fat

Total Fat
3 g
5 %
     Saturated Fat
0.5 g
3 %
     Trans Fat
0 g
0 %
0 mg
0 %
0 mg
0 %
Total Carbohydrate
30 g
10 %
     Dietary Fiber
5 g
20 %
1 g
7 g
14 %

Vitamin A
0 %
Vitamin C
0 %
2 %
10 %

* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

whole grain oats

*Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts, soy, wheat, and milk