Looking for whole grain recipes? Whether it's healthy brown rice, bulgur, oatmeal, or quinoa, our whole-grain recipes run the gamut from low-calorie and high-fiber to sumptuous and indulgent.
Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread
Aged extra-sharp Cheddar adds rich flavor, buttermilk adds tenderness, and jalapenos add gentle heat to an irresistible cornbread.
Fruity Breakfast Cookie
This breakfast cookie is densely packed with fiber, omega 3s, protein, iron and taste.
Almond Honey Crunch
This recipe, featuring honey, sliced almonds and corn flakes, is perfect for kids to cook and snack on. These small clusters are fun to eat on their own or with milk or yogurt.
Peanut Butter-Rice Cereal Bars
Peanut butter, sugar and corn syrup replace marshmallows in these addictive cereal bars. Fudgy and rich, they rock.
Fruity Cereal Treats
Cheerios replace Rice Krispies, and dried fruit and nuts debut in this take on the Rice Krispie treat.
Couscous and Garbanzo Bean Salad
Whole-wheat couscous is a delicious, nutty whole grain that’s easy to prepare. Serve this veggie-packed salad as a side to chicken or beef or a vegetarian main course.
Cinnamon Granola Bars
These chewy bars contain whole-grain oatmeal and more than 5 grams of protein. They make the kitchen smell delicious while baking.
Pecan-Quinoa Breakfast Bowl
If you like hot cereal for breakfast, give this a try. Look for quinoa, the “super grain,” next to the couscous and rice at the supermarket.
Quinoa, Sweet Peppers and Fig Salad
Quinoa, a native South American grain, has a wonderfully fluffy texture that tastes nutty and sweet with a bite somewhere between couscous and brown rice.
Apricot Olive Bulghur
Add some whole grains to the menu with this fruit side dish featuring black olives and apricots.
Rice and Pecan-Stuffed Squash
Squash and pecans make for a memorable duo when combined in this Creole-inspired vegetarian recipe.
Red, White and Blueberry Quinoa Salad
Hearty quinoa is paired with sweet blueberries, strawberries and cranberries and dressed with a tart grapefruit vinaigrette.