Larger serving than a 28 g Quaker Instant Grits packet.
Contains: Milk, soy
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Store: Room temperature
Package Quantity: 1
Package type: Individual item single serving
Rice, grain and cereal preparation: Instant
Net weight: 1.48 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 231-14-0351
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Est 1877. Natural & artificial flavor. Per Cup: 150 calories. Please have package available when calling. Larger serving than a 28 g Quaker Instant Grits packet.
Directions Microwave: 1. Remove lid completely. 2. Add water to dashed line on inside of cup. Stir well. 3. Microwave on high 1 minute to 1 minute 15 seconds. 4. Stir well. Caution: Cup and contents may be hot. Microwave ovens vary in rate of heating. Times given are based on 1100 watt ovens. Hot Water: 1. Remove lid completely. 2. Add boiling water to just below dashed line on inside of cup. 3. Stir well. Cup is for single use only.
LOVE MY GRITS! They are very easy and quick to prepare, no big mess to clean up afterwards. Something I like to do, when the grits are 45 seconds into cooking in the microwave, I like to pull them out and add some fancy shredded cheese and bacon bits-return to the microwave and cook for an addition 25 seconds. Remove from the microwave, stir and ENJOY!
When I first discovered these I was so excited! It was the perfect amount for breakfast, easy to transport, no need for a bowl, etc. But recently, I think the formula or something has changed because the grits come out a really unappealing yellow color. The first time it happened, I thought it might have just been that one, but my next one was also bright yellow. It's a little deterring. I went looking to see if Quaker was making any cups without butter yet, but there don't seem to be any and it makes me sad.