Our high-fiber recipe collection will help you naturally introduce more whole grains into your family's diet—from yummy breakfast cakes made with oats and bananas to Jambalaya served over high-fiber quinoa instead of rice.
The classic Orange Julius smoothie gets a vitamin, potassium and fiber-filled upgrade.
Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup
A warm, comforting (and vegetarian-friendly!) way to get your day’s worth of fiber and protein.
Curried Freekeh Soup with Kale and Sweet Potatoes
Get something warm, delicious and packed with nutrients on the table—in 30 minutes or less!
Lemony Chicken Soup with Quinoa
Try this in place of a traditional chicken noodle soup for a twist on a classic comfort food.
Easy Stuffed Rolled Chicken
Bacon, spinach, and cheese are stuffed inside chicken breasts for a loaded, satisfying dinner.
Drunken Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
Roasted red and orange peppers are stuffed with a blend of protein-packed quinoa, golden California raisins, a splash of rum.
Quinoa Salad with Apples
Sweetness from the apples, salty flavor from the feta, and crunch from the quinoa and pine nuts, blend together for this delicious dinner.
Middle Eastern Bean Salad
This Middle Eastern bean salad (Balela) is best served at room temperature but keeps well in the refrigerator for easy snacking.
Slow Cooker Sweet Potatoes, Apples, Raisins and Cranberries
Place 2 tablespoons butter slices in bottom of slow cooker. Add sweet potatoes and apples. Sprinkle remaining ingredients on top of potatoes and apple slices,…
Worth Getting Up for Oatmeal
Bring water and salt to rolling boil. Add oats; boil 3 minutes. Add remaining ingredients; boil 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, and let…