As a Stoked Oats ambassador, I’m writing my reviews of their different oat mixes, and providing some helpful information about the company if you’ve never heard of them.
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Oat are the what I have for breakfast most days, and especially before I head out riding. A big bowl of Stoked Oats (usually Bucking-Eh) with some fruit, honey, and peanut butter is all I need to fuel me for the first two hours of my ride. I’m 220 lbs. and need a lot of energy — Stoked Oats always does the trick!
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I’ll start with reviews of each of their varieties, then answer some frequently asked questions.
This is my go-to blend! The combination of apple, mulberries, currants, and cinammon is killer. This mixes well with anything I add to it, and the balance of flavours is perfect. Nothing more to say! If you can only choose one variety, this is the one to get.
These are probably my second favourite variety. This basic mix includes almonds and dark chocolate chips — simple. If you have a sweet tooth, even first thing in the morning, this will hit the spot without being too overwhelming.
Stone Age Oats
This is a hearty blend. If you want a dense oat mix that keeps you satiated and is packed full of protein and healthy fats, this is for you. Mix includes almonds, walnuts, and pumpkin seeds. If you like to mix nuts in with breakfast, this one has you covered.
Mountain Maple Oats
Unfortunately, I’ve only had this variety once, as it is almost impossible to find in stores! This is probably the simplest mix — oats with a touch of maple. If you like your oats straight forward, and don’t mind a hint of Canadian Maple, this is something to try.
Red Line Oats
If you like caffeine and chocolate, this one is made for you! The caffeine and chocolate density is real. If you normally have coffee in the morning, and then have these, prepare to bounce off the walls. But if caffeine sustains you, or you’re in a rush, this’ll do the trick.
Fair warning — this is my least favourite variety, just because I find it “stickier” than the other varieties. I add frozen fruit, peanut butter, and other extras to my oatmeal and find it more difficult to mix with Red Line Oats. Just something to keep in mind if you mix your oatmeal with dry ingredients.
Stoked Oats Variety Pack
Can’t decide on one?! Then try the variety pack!
Run of the Mill Quick Oats
If all these flavour packs aren’t your style, or you want to cut them with normal oats, Run of the Mill is a great option and they cook quick!
Stoked Oats Nutrition
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They can be bought in a variety of places, including their website, Superstore, Walmart, Costco, Sunterra, and Safeway.
Although I’m sure you can find all different recipes online, my go-to is microwaving Stoked Oats with water and frozen fruit for 1:30. Then I add raisins, honey, and peanut butter and mix it all together! The perfect fuel for half a day of adventuring, or 2 hours of hard exercise
All Stoked Oats ingredients are gluten-free, organic, and sustainably sourced from family farmers. The nutritional information for Bucking-Eh is attached above. More information is available on the Stoked Oats website.
Stoked Oats cook quickly in a microwave. I fill a normal bowl ⅔ with oats, add frozen fruit and water, then microwave for a minute and a half. Quick n easy!