Sweet Osmanthus Oatmeal Pouch
My Sweet Osmanthus Oatmeal tastes like creamy, vanilla soy milk with a smooth, floral blend and a nutty twist. Sweet Osmanthus is a flower traditionally used to make Chinese tea, jams and cakes. It's such a calming, comforting flavor, I knew I had to introduce it to you. Enjoy!
All of our oatmeal flavors start with a base of organic gluten-free oats, flax seeds, hemp seeds, and almonds and then we added functional ingredients such as turmeric, osmanthus flower, and almonds to add additional flavor and functional benefits.
USDA organic certified. Tested and confirmed gluten free in our quality control laboratory. All of these ingredients are very nutritious, rich in minerals and vitamins.
6g complete protein
0g added sugar
Ingredients: Gluten-free oats*, soybean powder*, erythritol*, hemp seeds*, almond flour*, flaxseed*, dried osmanthus*, stevia leaf extract*, turmeric. *Organic
Contains: Soy and Almond.
Tested and confirmed Gluten Free in our quality control laboratory.
This cup is made with compostable materials.
10% of all profits are donated to charities.
We are a minority, woman-owned business.
Made in USA
1. Add 1/3 cup of water and 1/3 cup of oatmeal to a microwave-safe bowl.
2. Microwave for 1-2 minutes.
3. Stir and let stand for 1-2 minutes before eating.
Frequently Asked Questions
High expectations not quite met
I actually ordered one of each of the flavors of Yishi oatmeal, and while I liked the base of these flavors, I have to say that they were much too sweet for my entire family. We have ended up mixing three parts regular oatmeal to one part of the Yishi oatmeal mix in order to be able to eat it. I'd like to like it more, but unless Yishi starts offering minimally sweet or unsweetened versions, I'm afraid we probably won't be getting more for now. Great idea, but just not for us.
Great gluten free vegan oatmeal
Was so delicious with great flavor Enjoyed
Subtle yet satisfying
This brought me right back to my childhood! The flavor is subtle yet satisfying. I loved it!
This flavor really surprised me! I already had the black sesame, taro, matcha & red bean before this, as I never had osmanthus before. But it was delicious! There is a subtle nutty flavor, which makes it so satisfying and hearty. Not too sweet, just right. I would rank the yishi flavors: 1) Black Sesame 2) Taro 3) Sweet Osmanthus 4) Matcha 5) Red bean
Like the more subtle flavors
I've been a fan of all the flavors but as of recently, I've been really enjoying the Sweet Ostmanthus as it's been one of the more subtle flavors I feel like I can eat every day 24/7.