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Nature's Path Veri-Berry Oatmeal

Nature's Path Veri-Berry Oatmeal

I am a fan of holistic Dr. Andrew Weil and when I saw that he had teamed up with Nature'sPath I was more than a little excited.

While I am normally a steel-cut oats gal, sometimes I don't have the time to invest in cooking that oatmeal. For those rushed mornings the Veri-Berry Hot Oatmeal is a perfect quick breakfast on the go. It is made entirely with organic ingredients (even the thickening agent inulin is organic) and flavored with dried cherries, cranberries, and raspberries.

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I really liked this oatmeal, although the photo on the box leads one to believe there will be a lot of berries per bowl. It is whole grain, low fat, low sodium, and not too sweet. It kept me full for four hours! A box of eight packets is $4.79.

Fit's Tip: I try using the microwave to prepare the oatmeal once and the texture was a bit like glue. It is so much better to add boiling water, stir, and let it sit for minute.


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Wikipedia Wikipedia 7 years
I love oatmeal, I'll keep an eye out for this. Are you sure it doesn't just keep you full because you had it in the morning though?
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 7 years
Clarient makes a good point. I love Dr. Weil, but I'll stick to steel-cut and fresh berries.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
marygrace marygrace 7 years
Agreed with clarient, this stuff seems like kind of a waste. I bet Dr. Weil would never eat it!
Spectra Spectra 7 years
If you don't want your oatmeal to have that "gluey" texture, you can always add a little more water to it than what the recipe calls for. I do that all the time because I like my oats a little thinner...kind of like porridge.
dd-sugar dd-sugar 7 years
Nature's Path and other boxed organic hot cereals are so pricey here in CA but I was able to find items like that now and then at the local Big Lots! I went there for a tennis ball (muscle therapy) and was surprised they had food. I add protein powder to everything so love these cereals.
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
Hey Fit, It would be great if you mentioned the price of the products in your reviews. Thanks for the info.
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
Fan of Weil too, although he seems kind of heavy for the kind of lifestyle he is for. Anyway I might try this.
Soniabonya Soniabonya 7 years
yeah not many berries in there. guess you have to cut up some of your own. is the packet considered a cup or 1/2 a cup?
DiaMT DiaMT 7 years
I too am a fan of the steel cut oats, but I don't always have the time. Nature's Path makes the best instant oatmeal out there. My favorite is the Maple Nut, but I'll be sure to try the Veri Berry!
silly3 silly3 7 years
Thanks for the tips, Fit, especially the cooking one! I'll check this out! I heard Dr. Weil speak a couple months aog and he has some great ideas!
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