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30 High Fiber Snacks and Easy Recipes to Add to Your Diet Now

  • 8 min read

Yeah, that's right. We're talking about snacks and easy recipes. We're talking about those snacks that keep your gut, well to put it nicely, moving - if you get what we're throwing down. 

Fiber is essential to our wellbeing. We all love to hate on it, but they're really good for you. Having the right amount of fiber in your diet helps lower cholesterol, promotes healthier weights, prevents constipation, and diverticulosis. Not to mention that it keeps your blood sugar levels within a healthy range. 

Women should shoot for 25 grams of fiber per day and men should shoot for 38 grams. Basically, 14 grams for every 1,000 calories. 

We thought we'd make it easy for you to get your fiber with these 30 high fiber recipes. That's right, friends. 30 recipes - one blog post. :::cracks knuckles::: let's begin. We've divided these recipes up by drinks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desert. Although- let's not kid - you can eat or drink them when you want to. Live your best life. 


(All of these drinks include the DELICIOUS NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber)

Coconut Lime Refresher 

Grams of fiber per serving: 4

6 ounces cold green tea

6 ounces of coconut milk

1 lime or 2 tablespoons of lime juice

1 heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber 

Mix well in a shaker cup, pour over ice. 

 daily multi fiber

Strawberry Lime Sparking Fiber Water

Grams of fiber per serving: 4

8-10 ounces of sparkling water

1/2 teaspoon lime juice

1 heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

3 fresh or frozen strawberries.

Mix well in a shaker cup, pour over ice. 


Honey Lime Hot Tea with Fiber

Grams of fiber per serving: 4

1 green tea bag

hot water

1/2 lime or 1 tablespoon of lime juice

1 heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

Steep the tea, add in your lime juice, add in Daily Multi Fiber - stir well + enjoy. 


Coconut, Apple, and Pomegranate Cider Refresher

Grams of fiber per serving: 5 

1 1/2 cup Apple Cider

1/2 cup pomegranate juice

2 tablespoons lime juice

1 heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

Mix all ingredients in a shaker bottle, and pour over ice.


Orange Spinach Smoothie

Grams of fiber per smoothie: 11

1 peeled orange

1/2 a large banana

handful of strawberries

1 heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

2 cups spinach

1/3 cup of plain greek yogurt

1 cup of ice

Blend in a blender, pour in a cup, and then enjoy. 



Pear and Cottage Cheese

Grams of fiber per serving: 7.5

1 pear sliced in half and cored

1 hearty scoop of cottage cheese

1 tablespoon of poppy seeds

put the cottage cheese into the pear, top with the poppy seeds and enjoy. 


PB Dough Balls

Grams of fiber per ball: 6

3/4 cup of grinded or ultra chopped peanuts

2 tablespoons of maple syrup

1/4 cup of agave or honey

1/2 cup of oats

2 tablespoons of peanut butter

1-2 heaping tablespoons of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

Put all of these into a food processor until the mixture comes together. Then roll into 1 inch balls. Coat the balls with coconut sugar. 


Avocado + Cheddar Magic

Grams of fiber per serving: 7.5

1 avocado cut in half, pit removed


Shredded cheddar cheese

Cut an avocado in half, and twist it to separate. Remove the pit, and fill it up with with salsa and shredded cheddar.


Raspberry cream cheese toast

Grams of fiber per serving: 7

1 slice of whole grain bread

1-2 tablespoons of cream cheese

1/2 cup of raspberries

toast the bread, spread the cream cheese on it, add the raspberries on the top. 

Each 1/2 cup of raspberries has 4 grams of fiber, so feel free to snack on another handful while making the toast.


Banana Berry Oatmeal

Grams of fiber per serving: 8

1/2 cup rolled oats

dash of cinnamon

1/2 cup of water

1/2 banana

3 or 4 tablespoons of milk

1 cup of seasonal fruit (blackberries and raspberries have 8 grams of fiber per cup)

Microwave rolled oats, cinnamon, and water for 1 minute. Remove the bowl, add in the banana and microwave for another minute.

Pull out and stir in your milk, then top with your 1 cup of berries.



Sweet potato fries

Grams of fiber per medium sweet potato: 4

Cut a medium sweet potato long ways into fries and toss them in oil and spices. Lay them out on a greased cooking sheet and roast on high heat until the edges are crispy and brown. 

Edamame hummus

Grams of fiber in the recipe: 17.5

1/2 cups of frozen edamame

1/4 cup tahini

1/2 teaspoon lemon zest

1 garlic clove

3/4 kosher salt, 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin

1/4 cup water

3 tablespoons of lemon juice.

Boil edamame for 5 minutes, and drain.

In a food processor, combine everything and blend until smooth. Drizzle in some olive oil at the end. Serve with toasted whole grain bread or sliced carrots, cucumber, and red pepper.

Buffalo wing hummus

Grams of fiber in the recipe: 55.5

2 cans chickpeas

2 or 3 garlic cloves

1/4 cup tahini

1/4 cup lemon juice

1 1/2 teaspoons paprika

3 tablespoons wing sauce

2 tablespoons hot sauce

1 tablespoon white vinegar

dash of salt


Blend all ingredients in a food processor until smooth. Enjoy the hummus with celery and carrot sticks. Or wings. Why not?


Kale chips

Grams of fiber per cup: 3

We’ll be honest. These guys don’t taste like potato chips. But if you’re looking for a healthier way to crunch, kale chips are the way to go.

Rinse and dry a large bunch of kale, then remove the stems and tough center ribs. Rip the kale into large pieces, toss with a little olive oil, then sprinkle with some salt and pepper.

Arrange the kale in a single layer on a large parchment-lined baking sheet (careful not to overlap). Bake at 375°F (190°C) until crisp, which takes about 10 minutes. Keep an eye on them, checking frequently. They can burn easily.


Pumpkin yogurt dip

Grams of fiber per cup: 7

Eating pumpkin (rather than just carving it) is an easy and tasty way to enjoy fiber-rich food — when you use canned, that is.

Mix together a 1/2 cup of canned pumpkin purée, 1/2 cup of plain Greek yogurt, 1 teaspoon of honey, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and a good helping of cinnamon and nutmeg, or pumpkin spice if you’re feeling fancy.

Spoon it straight or use as a dip with whole grain crackers or apple slices. One cup has 7 grams of fiber.

Pro tip: Make sure to use plain puréed pumpkin, not pumpkin pie filling, which can be loaded with sugar and salt.



Skinny Tummy Salad

11 grams of fiber

2 teaspoons whole-grain mustard

1 tablespoon minced shallot

¼ teaspoon salt

¼ teaspoon pepper

¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil

1 (14 ounce) can artichoke hearts, rinsed and halved or quartered

1 cup rinsed no-salt-added chickpeas

1 avocado, chopped

2 hard-boiled eggs

Mix in a bowl, toss as a salad a few times, and enjoy. 


One Pan Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry 

8 grams of fiber per serving 

1 lb flank steak 

1 teaspoon salt 

1 teaspoon petter 

2 cups diced broccoli 

1 cup unshelled edamame  

stir fry sauce: 

1/2 cup soy sauce 

1/4 cup honey 

2 garlic cloves 

1 teaspoon ginger 

1 tablespoon sesame seed 

Mix together sauce ingredients in a small bowl. Then heat oil on nonstick pan and add flank steak. Cook until brown. 

Pour the sauce in the same pan. Stir to coat the meat.  

Once the sauce is bubbling, add veggies to the pan and stir again.  

Finishing cooking until meat is cooked through and veggies are soft.  

Serve over rice. 


Fast Chili 

8 grams of fiber per serving 

2 lbs of ground meat 

1 teaspoon olive oil 

1 tablespoon garlic powder 

1 teaspoon salt 

2 tablespoon chili powder (divided) 

2 cups of salsa 

1 can of diced tomatoes 

2 cans of kidney beans that are drained and rinsed. Can use reduced sodium. 

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add meat, garlic powder, 1 tablespoon of chili powder and your salt. 

Stir often to crumble the meat for 5-7 minutes 

Grab a small pot and put 1 tablespoon chili powder, diced tomatoes and beans, the salsa, and cook over medium high heat for 6-8 minutes (cover the pot) while your meat is cooking. 

Add the meat, stir and enjoy 


Egg Plant Pizza 

7 grams of fiber per serving 

1 eggplant


2 tablespoons olive oil

10 basil strips

1/3 cup parmesan cheese

1/3 cup mozzarella cheese

2 teaspoons of Italian seasoning

Tomato Sauce

Sliced Tomatoes for topping if wanted

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Cut both ends of the eggplant and then slice it into 3/4 inch slices. Place slices flat on cooking tray and sprinkle with salt. Let it sit for about 30 minutes to draw out the liquid

While that's sitting, heat up the tomato sauce on low in a sauce pan and grab a baking sheet. Spray sheet with non stick cooking spray.

after 30 mins of that eggplant drying, wipe each slice with a paper towel and place on your coated baking sheet. Brush the top with your olive oil then spring on Italian seasoning and salt + pepper. Roast the eggplant for 25 minutes.

While it's roasting, take your basil leaves and combine them with both cheeses.

Take eggplant out of the oven and set the oven to broil. Brush or spoon your sauce on top of your eggplant and then place your sliced tomatoes on top if you want. Sprinkle your basil cheese mix on top. Play in the broiler until cheese is melty and has a nice slight brown to it. Basically 5-7 mins, just keep an eye on it so it doesn't burn. Enjoy!




2 grams of fiber per ball.

1/2 cup nut butter

1/3 cup + additional tablespoon of almond flour

2 tablespoons coconut sugar

1/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract

1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

1 pinch of salt

2 heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

In a large brown mix all the ingredients together except cinnamon and coconut sugar. Chill the mixture for 30 minutes in the refrigerator (helps with easy rolling). After 30 mins, wet your hands and roll into bite sized balls. 

In a separate bowl, add cinnamon and coconut sugar and roll each ball in that until its covered. For extra fiber, add in the NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber powder. 

Store in refrigerator.


Fiber Crunchies

1 gram of fiber per crunchie

1 cup of Fiber Cereal

1 cup of Kix

1/4 cup Peanut Butter

1 chocolate candy bar

place chocolate and and peanut butter in a microwave bowl and heat for 30 seconds or until melted.

Add cereals and stir until coated. Scoop out 12 servings onto a cookie sheet that has wax paper on it. Then refrigerate until firm.


Coconut Lime Popcorn

A bag of popcorn

heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber

2 teaspoons fresh lime juice

Pop the bag of popcorn, and take it out when it is ready. Pour into a bowl. Add your fiber and the fresh lime juice. Toss around and enjoy.


Strawberry Ice Cream

3.8 grams of fiber per serving

1 pound fresh strawberries

2 medium banans

1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice

1/4 cup ice cold water

Chop up strawberries and hull. Peel bananas and do the same. Spread the strawberries and bananas on separate sides of one baking sheet. Freeze for at least 12 hours or until frozen solid. Then let the strawberries that at room temperature for 15 minutes. Transfer to food processor and pulse for about 10 pulses. Add the bananas and the lime juice, process until smooth with is about 1 to 1/12 minutes. Add the cold water if needed to your consistency. Serve immediately or freeze for future!


Berry Fiber Pudding

10 grams of fiber per serving.

Grab a vanilla pudding, sprinkle blackberries and raspberries on it. Enjoy. Add 

heaping teaspoon of NB Pure Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber for even more fiber!


Enjoy these 30 easy ways to increase your daily fiber. If all else fails, you can also add NB Pure's Coconut Lime Daily Multi Fiber into your water to get all the fiber you need!