Banana Bread: The first was Banana Bread and it contained just five ingredients: rolled oats, bananas, walnuts, evaporated cane juice and salt. It tastes exactly as the name suggests, creamy and sweet with a little crunch from the walnuts.
Cherry Chia: I also tried the Cherry Chia oatmeal, which turned pink from the warm, slightly tart cherries.
Fruit & Nuts: The Fruit & Nuts flavor definitely had the most crunch and chew with raisins, blueberries, cherries, walnuts, and almonds and was probably the most traditional oatmeal flavor. This one was also certified gluten-free.
Original Muesli: Along with the three oatmeals, they also sent me their Original Muesli, which I ate with some cold almond milk. This one was my least favorite, but it still left me full throughout the day with its rolled oats, buckwheat groats, raisins, dates, pumpkin seeds, walnuts and flaxseed meal.
It should be noted that not all of their products are vegan, but the ones that are free of animal products are clearly labeled near the ingredients list. In addition to the simple ingredients list, the products I tried contained about 9 or 10 grams of vegan protein and least a quarter of the daily amount of recommended fiber, perfect for keeping me satisfied through the morning. Though these make for a quick and satisfying breakfast on the go, the downsides are that the packing contains some plastic and the oatmeal itself does contain sugar. Other than that, I would have no problem stashing a few of these away for the mornings that my alarm doesn't go off.