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.
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.
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.
Peanut butter, bran cereal, and dried cranberries makes for a breakfast bar that's nutritious and sweet. Enjoy as a snack as well.
Partner these custom muffins (pick your favorite herb) with a frittata or omelet.
Brown rice add fiber to this diabetic-friendly pork and beans side-dish recipe. Skip the salt when cooking the rice to keep the sodium low.
The filling of savory vegetables, salty olives, and sweet fruit transforms tomatoes into prizewinning edible flowers.
Soft white beans in vegetable broth absorb the flavors of garlic, dried tomatoes, and shaved Asiago cheese. Partner with toasted, buttered baguette slices for a complementary crunch.
Look for red lentils and quinoa at a large supermarket or a store that carries a wide selection of legumes and grains. Pairing them with flaxseeds boosts the nutrition of this pilaf.
Stir up a batch or two of this fiber-rich granola. Combine rolled oats, whole bran cereal, wheat germ, almonds, raspberry applesauce, honey, and dried berries and cherries. Seal in airtight containers. Serve with milk or yogurt, or eat it by the handful.
Everyone likes burritos, and this recipe makes enough to serve a crowd. For easy serve-alongs, pick up a fruit salad from the deli and a package or two of Mexican-style rice mix.
Trade traditional risotto for healthy farro in this tasty meal idea. Chicken sausage and pumpkin add deep flavor to this one-pot dinner.