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.
East-West Black-Eyed Peas
Black-eyed peas, a New Year’s Day must, team up with miso for a bicultural celebration.
Ensalada with Jicama, Corn and Beans
It’s a super fresh and refreshing salad with lots of sweet crunch from jicama and tortilla strips. With its great color, taste and presentation, it makes a terrific dish for a luncheon. Serve with some jalapeño-cheddar corn muffins for the heartier appetites.
Almonds are the secret Levantine note in this unusual version of the classic cold soup.
African Peanut Stew
Serve this African-inspired vegetarian stew on rice for a hearty and healthful main dish.
Chunky Black Bean Soup
A hearty vegetarian black bean soup with plenty of flavor and stick-to-your-ribs comfort.
Lots of “1s, 2s and 3s” plus alphabet noodles, all in a row, make this kid-friendly soup a tasty kitchen game for little helpers.
Beef and Cracked Wheat Salad
Know what farro is? It’s wheat berries—which give a terrific nutty flavor to this hearty, flavorful main-dish salad made with beef.
Fresh Cranberry Relish with Pecans
This recipe is great leftover and will keep about a week in the refrigerator.
Citrus Crabmeat Salad with Pomegranate Seeds
Ruby pomegranate brightens up this seafood salad with both color and flavor.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Pizza
Convenience products like packaged pizza crust red pepper hummus make this pizza a snap.