15 Best High-Fiber Diet Recipes for Better Health

When you’re looking to lose weight and feel great it pays to stick to a high fiber diet. These recipes will fill you up and help your digestive system run smoothly. Not only that but they taste great and are something you’ll look forward to, a far cry from most high-fiber foods you’ll find in stores.

Try one of these delicious high fiber recipes if you need to get more fiber in your diet…

high fiber barley risotto
Photo: Lemon Savory

1. Barley Risotto with Mushrooms and Basil
Barley is a good source of fiber, and does a really good job of keeping you satisfied long after the meal is finished. Making it into a risotto is no small feat, but Abby has pulled it off nicely. Combining it with mushrooms adds more fiber to the meal, and basil is an antioxidant-rich herb that lends its classic flavor to the dish. This could be eaten as a light lunch, or as a side dish at dinner. With 10 grams of fiber per serving you’re looking at taking a big chunk out of your daily fiber requirement, and in a very tasty way.

2. Roasted Vegetable and Black Bean Tacos
These tacos are absolutely delicious, and they don’t use any meat at all. You’re getting the delectable taste of roasted vegetables mixed with black beans, and served on corn tortillas. Each element of these tacos is full of fiber, from the sweet potatoes, to the black beans, and even the corn in the tortillas. There are Ro-Tel tomatoes used in it, so it’s going to have a bit of a cook, but the avocado does a good job of cooling things off while supplying its signature healthy fats, potassium, and even more fiber.

3. Creamy Chicken and Vegetable Soup
This is a hearty soup that will definitely do a good job of hitting the spot, while giving you a good amount of fiber. There is an entire head of cauliflower in this soup, which gives it its creaminess but also 3 grams of fiber added to each serving all by itself. Adding to that you’ve got carrots, turnips, celery, and edamame. The edamame alone adds another 2 grams of fiber to the soup. This means you’re getting 5 grams of fiber plus the cumulative fiber from the other vegetables. This is a soup you won’t soon forget, and there’s a strong chance you’ll be making it more than once.

lentil stuffed peppers
Photo: Peanut Butter and Peppers

4. Lentil Stuffed Peppers
Lentils are an excellent source of fiber, and they make a great stuffing choice for these peppers. Each green pepper brings with it 2 grams of fiber, which will definitely contribute to your overall totals for the day, but isn’t epic by any means. The lentils on the other hand provide 8 grams of fiber in each pepper, so you’re getting a minimum of 10 grams of fiber in each stuffed pepper. If you’re trying to get the daily recommendation of 32 grams of fiber, you’ve got nearly a third of it from just one stuffed pepper. Surely you can get the other two thirds from your remaining meals for the day.

5. Crunchy Veggie Wraps
A veggie wrap with a crunch is what’s promised here, and this recipe delivers. Each ingredient provides you with some fiber, and the sum is greater than the whole of its parts. You’ve got whole grain wraps which gets the fiber ball rolling in a big way, added to that there’s green and red bell peppers, avocado, and hummus, all of which bring a respectable amount of fiber. The crunch is supplied by sunflower seeds, which in addition to healthy fats and protein provide additional fiber. With all that’s going on in these veggie wraps you won’t even miss the meat if you’re a meat eater.

6. Crunchy Chickpeas
Chickpeas are full of fiber, but all too often they’re not cooked properly and can be a bit bland. Most of the time they’re eaten as a hummus with added ingredients like garlic and pepper to make it taste better. Here they’ve maintained their original form, and are baked up with Creole seasoning so they’re spicy, and crunchy, and yummy. If you ate a cup of these – not recommended – you’d likely have your full day’s worth of fiber covered. So stick to a handful and you’ve got a big bite of your daily requirement covered.

black bean tostadas
Photo: Real Life Dinner

7. Black Bean and Sweet Potato Tostadas
Black beans are a tasty form of fiber, and the same can be said for sweet potatoes. Put them together and you’ve got a winner when it comes to a delicious high-fiber meal. You can go a step further and make sure that your tostada shells are made from whole grains, but as it stands this is a crunchy way to enjoy your fiber rather than make it feel like it’s something you’re forced to eat. Fiber got a bad reputation thanks to all of the bland and boring bran muffins and fiber cereals, but it can really be an enjoyable experience when you do it right.

8. Healthy Homemade Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter
Here’s a way to get some fiber into your system while feeling like you’re having a treat. They say peanut butter and chocolate is a great combination, and this chocolate peanut butter is no exception. She’s using dark chocolate, which provides you with antioxidants and is something many health experts recommend eating regularly. It’s added to all natural peanut butter which is where the fiber comes from. Some coconut oil and stevia extract make it taste even better, and you’ll love spreading it on all sorts of foods. Whole grain crackers or toast would be two delicious options that have even more fiber in them.

9. Asian Roasted Broccoli & Red Peppers
Broccoli is such an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals that you should eat it often. The only problem is that you have to keep it interesting so you don’t get sick of it. This is one broccoli recipe to keep in your collection because it makes it taste so good you’ll actually seek it out on a regular basis. It’s a bit on the spicy side, not because of the red bell peppers which don’t add any heat, but because of the use of sriracha. If you don’t like your broccoli spicy simply cut back on the sriracha, or cut it out entirely.

P.S. Take a look at the 5 veggies that boost female metabolism and burn off lower belly fat.

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