10 High-Fiber Breakfast Recipes for Weight Lo

Breakfast Apple Crisp

Don't let the dessert label fool you; apple crisp contains all of the ingredients for a full, healthy breakfast: fruit, nuts, and whole grains. According to USDA data, almonds provide satisfying protein and, along with apples and oats, make up a fibre trifecta in this one-pan meal.  

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pancake

These chocolate chip peanut butter pancakes sound (and taste) indulgent, but they're also nutritious, satisfying, and naturally gluten-free. That's because they use oat flour, which you can manufacture at yourself.   

Breakfast Bean Burrito

Adding vegetables to your morning breakfast burrito will help you reach your daily veggie and fibre goals. This recipe incorporates three different vegetables for convenience and mobility. For added fibre, choose a tortilla made from whole wheat, sprouted grains, or beans.  

Berry and Chia Overnight Oat

In this "set it and forget it" breakfast alternative, mashed banana provides natural sweetness. Previous research has shown that fresh berries are high in antioxidants, yet frozen berries are just as nutritious (if not more)!  

Beet and Berry Smoothie Bowl

Beets may lend a vibrant red colour to your smoothies while also providing filling fibre. Chia seeds provide protein and healthful omega-3 fats to this frozen bowl, making it an ideal morning or post-workout snack.

Homemade Granola

Granola is a versatile delicacy that can be eaten for breakfast, dessert, or a snack. While store-bought granola is frequently loaded with sugar and dried fruit, according to USDA data, creating it at home allows you to decide what ingredients go into the recipe.   

Crunchy Banana Sunflower Toast

According to the National Institutes of Health, magnesium is involved in over 300 chemical reactions in the body. So it should come as no surprise that it enhances emotional well-being.   

Multigrain Buttermilk Waffle

Traditional waffle recipes lack fibre and are often served with syrup and butter. These multigrain waffles are made with 100% whole grains, use nut butter instead of butter, and have no added sugar.  

Buckwheat Breakfast Bowl

Buckwheat is a chewy, nutty-flavored meal that can be cooked like a grain but is actually a seed, according to the Whole Grains Council. It's gluten-free, can be eaten warm or cold like oats, and provides more than 4 g of fibre per cup, according to the USDA.   

Sweet Potato Mushroom Hash

Potato hash is a hearty breakfast made of pan-fried potatoes and vegetables, which is frequently topped with a fried egg. Sweet potatoes replace potatoes in this dish, adding a few more grammes of fibre and a great source of immune-boosting vitamin A, according to the USDA and the National Institutes of Health.   

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