Mixed Berry Oatmeal
Courtesy Tanya Zuckerbrot Oatmeal is a delicious way to start your day, and it will keep you full for hours if you use our fiber hack: A serving of regular oatmeal has 160 calories and just 3 grams of fiber, but by swapping oats for a fiber-filled cereal, this Mixed Berry Oatmeal recipe has 123 calories and 17 grams of fiber—more than five times the amount found in traditional oatmeal. This recipe includes mixed berries for added fiber, but you can customize to your liking by adding chopped walnuts or hemp seeds for added antioxidants, even more fiber, and a bit of protein. Check out these other healthy oatmeal toppings.
F-Factor’s Famous High Fiber Waffles
Courtesy Tanya Zuckerbrot Yes, you read that right—waffles. By using ground high fiber crackers as the base instead of typical flours, the F-Factor’s Famous High Fiber Waffles pack in 16 grams of filling fiber per serving. They’re a perfect weekend breakfast for the family to enjoy. Top with berries for added sweetness and because they’re one of the higher fiber fruits, and you’ll keep the fiber count going. Don’t own a waffle maker? No worries. You can easily pour the batter onto a griddle and make pancakes instead. (Here’s why fiber is so good for us!)