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GV Michel Oatmeal of Australia

A lot of people are now enjoying a daily bowl or two of oatmeal because of its health benefits and its high fiber content. But most of the time, the oatmeal that we eat are those cooked in water. For all its health benefits, it doesn't really taste good especially for children. But thanks to those chefs who takes control of their kitchen and gets creative with oatmeal to give us something deliciously-healthy.

Here are some yummy dishes made with GV Michel Oatmeal of Australia.


GV Michel Oatmeal of Australia is a premium Australian brand that uses high-quality oats from Australia in all its products. It is distributed in the Philippines by Dong-A-Pharma Phils., Inc. (DPPI) which also distributes Bacchus energy drink and Queen Bakery products. 

DPPI President Amen Say at the launch of GV Michel Oatmeal of Australia introduces the variety of GV Michel Oatmeal. There are Premium Rolled Oats, Organic Instant Oats, Quick Cooking Oats, and Instant Premium Organic Oats. These comes in 200g, 400g, and 800g packs and are available in groceries nationwide.


Here is Chef Lawrence Zafra demonstrating the different dishes made from oatmeal.


Oatscaldo. OMG! I love congee and this is one of the dishes that I miss when I stopped eating rice. Thanks to Chef Lawrence and GV Michel Oatmeal, I can now prepare my favorite congee dishes again. Stay tuned for the recipe.


Chef Lawrence in-action. He is preparing oatmeal risotto.



Delicious!!!



Oatmeal Fritters.





Here's an oatmeal cookie prepared by the pastry chefs of Century Park Hotel. Yum!!!




Stay tuned for the recipes of GV Michel Oatmeal of Australia.

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