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48-Count Quaker Lower Sugar Instant Oatmeal (Variety Pack) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 48-Count Quaker Lower Sugar Instant Oatmeal (Variety Pack) on sale for $8.44 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks TattyBear

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  • 13x Lower Sugar Apples & Cinnamon
  • 7x Lower Sugar Cinnamon & Spice
  • 5x Original Flavor
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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 48-Count Quaker Lower Sugar Instant Oatmeal (Variety Pack) on sale for $8.44 5% or $7.55 15% when you checkout via Subscribe & Save.
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  • Includes:
    • 23x Lower Sugar Maple & Brown Sugar
    • 13x Lower Sugar Apples & Cinnamon
    • 7x Lower Sugar Cinnamon & Spice
    • 5x Original Flavor
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I had to check this out as I eat this. The serving size of the lower sugar is 10 g less, but it also has 10 g less sugar. So you are getting the same amount of oatmeal just with less sugar.
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I wish they just lowered the sugar instead of using fake sugar.
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Does "lower sugar" still mean they just reduce the contents of each package by 25%? Always thought that was hilarious. Give you less food but charge you the same then act like it's lower sugar.
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can i get some rep for this one tatty Wink
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Any deals going for the sugar free variety?
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It's very sweet... too much sugar for breakfast unless you enjoy sugar crash.
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Does "lower sugar" still mean they just reduce the contents of each package by 25%? Always thought that was hilarious. Give you less food but charge you the same then act like it's lower sugar.
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I had to check this out as I eat this. The serving size of the lower sugar is 10 g less, but it also has 10 g less sugar. So you are getting the same amount of oatmeal just with less sugar.
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I wish they just lowered the sugar instead of using fake sugar.
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I had to check this out as I eat this. The serving size of the lower sugar is 10 g less, but it also has 10 g less sugar. So you are getting the same amount of oatmeal just with less sugar.
The serving size doesn't come in grams though
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Repped.
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It's very sweet... too much sugar for breakfast unless you enjoy sugar crash.
I agree with you. Of course, it's a matter of personal taste, but personally, I do think their low sugar variety is still too sweet (and I find their regular variety cloyingly sweet; it's almost a dessert). I would have preferred if their low sugar variety just had a hint of sweetness. The first time I had their 'low sugar' variety I went back and opened the cupboard to confirm I hadn't picked up the wrong item.

I didn't do much of research, so not sure if the 'low sugar' comes from artificial sweeteners. But in any case, those buying this for taste preference of low sweetness - just be aware that this item might turn out to be sweeter than you expect. That was my experience anyway.
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I agree with you. Of course, it's a matter of personal taste, but personally, I do think their low sugar variety is still too sweet (and I find their regular variety cloyingly sweet; it's almost a dessert). I would have preferred if their low sugar variety just had a hint of sweetness. The first time I had their 'low sugar' variety I went back and opened the cupboard to confirm I hadn't picked up the wrong item.

I didn't do much of research, so not sure if the 'low sugar' comes from artificial sweeteners. But in any case, those buying this for taste preference of low sweetness - just be aware that this item might turn out to be sweeter than you expect. That was my experience anyway.
Wouldn't it be nicer if they put the sugar on the side for us to add in just like instant noodle? Just throw in that paper bag of sugar that we can find at fast food places.
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Lower Sugar Variety"
Does that mean each packet only contains 1/2 a cup of sugar instead of the usual cup?
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Garbage ingredients, might as well eat Fruity Pebbles..
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A pound of rolled oats is $2.99 on Amazon. Pretty simple to do overnight oats without sugar for super cheap.
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