High Fiber

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.

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Sauteed Spinach with Toasted Sesame Oil

EatingWell

A delicious and quick spinach saute is a nice addition to any meal.

Total: 15 mins

Chocolate Tart with Hazelnut Shortbread Crust

EatingWell

A sublime silky chocolate custard fills this simple hazelnut shortbread crust. Serve garnished with whipped cream and toasted hazelnuts for a special touch.

Total: 1 hr 45 mins

Good Seed Bread (Bread Machine)

Better Homes and Gardens

The abundance of seeds in this hearty bread creates a wonderful crunch.

Orange Chicken Tabbouleh

Better Homes and Gardens

Adding chicken and orange sections transforms this Middle Eastern salad into a low-cholesterol main-dish salad.

Wake-Up Breakfast Bars

Parents

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 Pilaf with Toasted Pecans

Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Total: 30 mins

Cider-Glazed Roots with Cinnamon Walnuts

EatingWell

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.

Total: 1 hr 35 mins

Salt-Crusted Roast Beef for Sandwiches

Better Homes and Gardens

Indian-Spiced Stuffed Eggplant

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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.

Total: 1 hr 20 mins

Butternut Squash & Pepita Dressing

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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.

Total: 1 hr 45 mins

Smoky Baked Beans

Diabetic Living

Lemony Asparagus Pasta

EatingWell

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.

Total: 35 mins

Quail with Ginger-Cranberry Pilaf

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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.

Total: 1 hr 45 mins

Stuffed Tomato Flowers

Better Homes and Gardens

The filling of savory vegetables, salty olives, and sweet fruit transforms tomatoes into prizewinning edible flowers.

Healthy Pancake Mix

EatingWell

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.

Total: 20 mins

Collard Green & Black-Eyed Pea Soup

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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.

Total: 45 mins

Herb-Bran Muffins

Diabetic Living

Partner these custom muffins (pick your favorite herb) with a frittata or omelet.

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