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Local Ingredient Spotlight: Coach's Oats

Last updated 2 years ago

Local family restaurants are often fantastic places to find local ingredients, and this is certainly true at Polly’s Pies. One notable local product that we use is Coach’s Oats. Coach’s Oats takes whole grain nutrition and makes it delicious.

  • What Sets Coach’s Oats Apart?
    The main thing that sets Coach’s Oats apart from other oatmeal is the process by which the oats are created. Commonly, whole grain oats are cut with steel blades or cut, steamed, and rolled flat. When Lynn and Bonnie Rogers created Coach’s Oats, they wanted to change the way whole grain oats were cooked in order to achieve a tasty product. To make Coach’s Oats, the oats are first toasted in order to bring the natural sugars to the surface. Next, they are cracked into small pieces. This is Coach’s Oats patented “Cracked n’ Toasted” process that ensures the oats are never mushy.
  • How Are Coach’s Oats Used in Cooking?
    Coach’s Oats are extremely versatile in cooking. In order to maintain a healthy diet, most people need five or more servings of grain per day, depending on their normal calorie intake. Since Coach’s Oats can be cooked in many different dishes, they make it easy to find yummy ways to reach your grain goals. There are many different recipes you can try, or you can come up with your own.
  • Why Should You Eat Coach’s Oats?
    Eating locally produced grains and food is healthier for a variety of reasons. The main benefit of eating locally is freshness—if your food does not have to travel hours or days to get to your plate, it’s going to taste better and be healthier for you.

If you’re looking for a delicious way to reach your grain servings for today, visit Polly’s Pies, where we proudly serve Coach’s Oats. We also offer hamburgers, sandwiches, and pies that are baked fresh daily. Give us a call at (714) 459-5488 if you have any questions about our menu or services.


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