Check Out The Best 10 High-Fiber Recipes for Weight Loss
Guacamole, Black Bean, and Chicken Burrito Bake
Burritos can be calorie bombs, but that’s only because of the extra fat and empty calories added by your favorite Mexican joint. For a healthier option, assemble a DIY burrito at home with fiber-rich ingredients like brown rice and beans. This recipe from Chef Vikki of Recipe Rehab makes it easy to dish up burritos for the whole familia (without having to hand-roll each one!). Plus, these burritos have 11 g of fiber per serving.
Broccoli Rabe, White Bean, and Fontina Pasta
Keep pasta on the menu — it can be a delicious way to rack up your fiber count! In this recipe, whole wheat pasta and cannellini beans make for an Italian-inspired comfort food dish with a whopping 13 g of fiber per serving
Cauliflower With Gruyère Sauce
Craving something cheesy? Using creamy cauliflower instead of a starchy carb like potatoes or macaroni provides a low-calorie base to hold all of that cheesy goodness. Plus, the vegetable side dish packs in 5 g of fiber per serving.
Lemon Lovers’ Asparagus
Earthy asparagus spears are tossed with olive oil, oregano, and lemon slices and then roasted for a simple and delicious side to jazz up a piece of lean protein. This recipe takes just five minutes of prep time and adds 4 g of fiber to your meal for just a few extra calories
Amazon Bean Soup With Winter Squash and Greens
This warming meal, packed with hearty vegetables, flavorful garlic, and filling pinto beans, clocks in at 10 g of fiber per bowl. The butternut squash is cooked in just a touch of butter, creating a creamy, caramelized texture that will satisfy your taste buds.
Chicken and Sun-Dried Tomato Orzo
Here’s another hearty Italian-inspired dish to add to your dinner rotation. Whole wheat orzo is topped with a homemade sun-dried tomato sauce, sliced chicken breast, and artichoke hearts for a filling meal that delivers 10 g of fiber
Raspberry, Avocado, and Mango Salad
This colorful salad will instantly brighten up lunchtime at the office. The delicious combo of crunchy hazelnuts, sweet raspberries, and creamy avocado packs in 7 g of fiber
Raspberry-Almond Overnight Oatmeal
Overnight oats are an easy way to ensure you have a filling, healthy breakfast — and it takes just five minutes of prep time the night before! In this version, oats sit overnight in a combo of tangy Greek yogurt, milk, and chia seeds to form a thick, creamy base for raspberries and chopped almonds. The easy-to-transport meal starts your day with a hefty 13 g of fiber
Another super-simple side dish, these artichokes can be prepared on the stovetop or outside on the grill during warmer months. All you need is olive oil, lemon, and a sprinkle of salt and pepper to transform the vegetable into a tender, slightly charred dish with 9 g of fiber.
Lentil and Almond Burgers
Add this fiber-packed recipe to your Meatless Monday menu. A combination of lentils, carrots, and almonds make for a flavorful patty with a sturdy texture that holds up on a whole wheat bun. With 7 g of filling fiber and 11 g of protein, no one will ask “where’s the beef?”