Protein Oats product lineup

Breakfast Supercharger

Breakfast Supercharger

Power up your mornings with our new protein-packed oats!

  • 1 simple ingredient: whole grain rolled oats
  • Up to 60% more protein*
  • 9–10 grams of protein from oats per serving

*Protein per 48 grams, regular rolled oats 6 grams per serving vs Protein Oats, 9–10 grams.

Bob's Red Mill Protein Oats - 16oz Bag
Protein Oats
Bob's Red Mill Organic Protein Oats - 32oz Bag
Organic Protein Oats

How Will You Top Yours?

Next-level oatmeal is here: get inspired by our favorite toppings!

Oats, a Nutritious Whole Grain

Oats are 100% whole grain, which means they offer all the simple, wholesome nutrition of the whole oat groat—including the germ, the bran and the endosperm—with nothing added and nothing removed.

Benefits of Oats

Benefits of Oats

  • Soluble fiber, which may help reduce the risk of heart disease as part of diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
  • Plant-based protein
  • Good source of iron
  • 0 grams sugar

Do You Know Your Oats?

While all of our oats begin as whole grain kernels known as groats, the end result can look quite different. We take these groats and create varieties for every palate and recipe, while retaining all the fiber and nutrition of the whole grain. Many of our products are also available in organic and gluten free options.

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Unique Ways to Prepare Oats

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Use a mostly empty nut butter jar to make extra delicious overnight oats—just pour in the ingredients, shake, put in the fridge overnight and voila!

No microwave? No problem. Just pour the recommended amount of hot water over your instant oats and cover with a plate for 3 minutes.

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Baked oats are a delicious twist on traditional oatmeal—like cake for breakfast!

Soak your oats in the fridge to create delightful overnight oats.

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Use oats in savory side dishes, baked goods and more.

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