Fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet, and these recipes make incorporating fiber easy. With yummy, high-fiber choices like veggie-topped pizzas, refreshing tabbouleh, and oatmeal cookies, you'll find these healthy, fiber-rich dishes are sure crowd-pleasers.See Popular High Fiber Recipes
A delicious and quick spinach saute is a nice addition to any meal.
A sublime silky chocolate custard fills this simple hazelnut shortbread crust. Serve garnished with whipped cream and toasted hazelnuts for a special touch.
The abundance of seeds in this hearty bread creates a wonderful crunch.
Adding chicken and orange sections transforms this Middle Eastern salad into a low-cholesterol main-dish salad.
Peanut butter, bran cereal, and dried cranberries makes for a breakfast bar that's nutritious and sweet. Enjoy as a snack as well.
Basmati rice is famous for its nutty flavor, which some say is reminiscent of popcorn. For a taste of native India, serve this pilaf with skewered chicken kabobs and a sliced cucumber salad.
Here we roast a variety of roots with a brown sugar-cider glaze. Make them instead of candied sweet potatoes at your Thanksgiving celebration. If you include red beets, the whole dish will take on a gorgeous ruby hue.
The filling of savory vegetables, salty olives, and sweet fruit transforms tomatoes into prizewinning edible flowers.
Penne and asparagus are bathed in a rich sauce with a slight bite of mustard, lemon and Parmesan. This dish is lovely in early spring, when asparagus is at its peak and nights are still cool enough to inspire a craving for something rich and warm.
Here, we sear quail in a skillet and then finish them in the oven over a bed of pear- and cranberry-studded brown-rice pilaf. Although they look like they might be tricky to prepare, quail couldn't be easier to roast. And the flavor payoff is big - rich, succulent meat that is a dark-meat lover's delight.
This rich, crunchy stuffing is the perfect side to the Southwestern turkey. Look for pepitas (shelled pumpkin seeds) at health-food stores and in the Southwestern aisle of gourmet markets. If you can't find them, substitute slivered almonds.
Lots of Indian spices flavor these stuffed eggplants. They can be a complete meal, but if you are feeling extra energetic, make this dish part of a multicourse Indian feast along with curried vegetables, basmati rice, yogurt salad and some Indian breads. As a side dish, plan on one-quarter of an eggplant per person.
Antioxidant-rich collard greens and fiber-packed black-eyed peas have a starring role in this nutritious soup. There's no need for loads of ham or salt pork--just a small amount of bacon gives it a wonderful smoky flavor. You can skip the bacon and substitute vegetable broth for chicken broth for a great vegetarian dish.
With this whole-grain mix on hand, you can enjoy homemade pancakes on busy weekday mornings. This is also a great item to pack on camping trips. Be sure to refrigerate or freeze the mix as flaxseed meal is highly perishable.
Partner these custom muffins (pick your favorite herb) with a frittata or omelet.