Lauren Harris-Pincus

MS, RDN

Simple and Creative Ways to Add More Fiber

  1. Add your milk of choice to any Fiber One cereal and microwave to create a new hot cereal. Add fruit and nuts for even more fiber.
  2. Add Fiber One Original cereal, protein powder, fruit and your milk of choice to a bowl or Mason jar and let it sit in the fridge overnight. Grab a spoon in the morning and you are ready to go.
  3. Layer any Fiber One cereal with Greek yogurt or cottage cheese and fruit for a quick parfait.
    Recipe suggestion: Strawberry Banana Parfaits
  4. Gently crush any Fiber One cereal variety to pump up the fiber in waffle and pancake mixes. Make sure to add fruit like blueberries to maximize the fiber content!
    Recipe suggestion: Whole Grain Buttermilk Waffles
  5. Blend any Fiber One cereal into a smoothie or smoothie bowl and use extra clusters to sprinkle on top as a garnish for crunch.
    Recipe suggestion: Fiber One Strawberry Smoothies
  6. Make a trail mix with any Fiber One cereal, dried or freeze-dried fruit, nuts, roasted broad beans or chick peas and a few mini chocolate chips.
    Recipe suggestion : Whole Grain Snack Mix
  7. Use crushed Fiber One Original cereal instead of breadcrumbs in meatballs, meatloaf, crab cakes or salmon croquettes for a nice whole grain boost.
    Recipe suggestion: Spicy Parmesan Meatballs with Angel Hair Pasta
  8. Crush Fiber One Original cereal and use it to coat chicken, onions, fish, tofu, eggplant or zucchini for a healthier “faux fried” crust.
    Recipe suggestion: Dijon Parmesan Chicken Breast
  9. Include Fiber One Original cereal in muffin recipes by substituting it for some of the flour.
    Recipe suggestion: Buttermilk Banana Bread
  10. Add more fiber to your baking by adding some crushed Fiber One Original cereal in place of some of the flour in cookies, brownies, quick breads or mixed into a topping for crumbles or cobblers.
    Recipe suggestion: Fiber One Blueberry Orange Bread, Fiber One Double Berry Crisp