High-Fiber Meal Plans

Try our delicious high-fiber meal plans, designed by EatingWell's registered dietitians and food experts to help you eat more fiber.

High-Fiber Meal Plans
7-Day High-Fiber Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories
The best plan to help you lose weight, improve gut health, help your heart, lower diabetes risk & help you poop better.
7-Day High-Fiber Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories
The best plan to help you lose weight, improve gut health, help your heart, lower diabetes risk & help you poop better.

Healthy High-Fiber Recipes

Valentine's Day Party Board
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Show your love this Valentine's Day with this beautiful Valentine's Day party board. It's full of sweet and savory treats from nuts to prosciutto-wrapped dates. And, of course, it includes the classic combo of chocolate and strawberries. Just grab your favorite platter and fill it with these easy, beautiful bites. Your loved ones will thank you!
Vegan Pineapple & Coconut Baked Oatmeal
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This dreamy vegan baked oatmeal is full of tropical flavors from coconut and pineapple, and it couldn't be easier to make. It's a satisfying family breakfast but also feels special enough for a Sunday brunch with company.
Egyptian Lentils, Rice & Pasta (Koshari)
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This kitchen-sink of a vegetarian dish was most likely invented in Egypt in the mid-1800s when Cairo was a major multicultural trade port, which could explain the similarities to Italian spaghetti as well as the Indian rice-and-lentil comfort food khichdi. Three toppings--a spicy tomato sauce (shatta), crispy onions and a garlicky vinegar (dakka)--are added to the koshari before serving, but in Cairo most people like them in separate bowls so they can season their bites one at a time. (Recipe adapted from Zooba Restaurant.)
Egyptian Lentil Soup
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Use red, yellow or even brown lentils to make this iconic and super-simple Middle Eastern soup. Skip green or black lentils, which won't soften enough to puree smoothly. (Recipe adapted from Zooba Restaurant.)
Egyptian Falafel with Tahini Sauce (Taameya)
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The Arabic word taameya translates to "tasty little bits." This version, made with fava beans, which are plentiful in the Nile delta, is thought by some to be the original falafel. (Recipe adapted from Zooba Restaurant.)
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