11 easy high fibre recipes
High fibre recipes that are good for your gut and your taste buds.
Fibre is essential in any healthy diet and provides our bodies with a multitude of benefits. There is evidence that getting plenty of fibre in your diet is associated with lower risks of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and bowel cancer. But currently, in the UK, we aren't getting enough of the good stuff! The recommended daily fibre intake for an adult is 30g, almost double the 18g of fibre we are actually consuming on average.
Below you can find some of our best and most delicious recipes that will help you boost your fibre intake.
17g fibre per pizza
You've seen meatball subs, but what about a meatball pizza? You can use our Southern Style Coating to bind these mini meatballs which gives them a lovely seasoned taste and helps up the fibre content.
8g fibre per serving
This veg gratin works wonders as the main event, or as a tasty side. Topped with a mix of our Southern Style Coating and parmesan - a match made in heaven.
15g fibre per pizza
There are a few smells in this world that instantly induce one's mouth to water - the combination of garlic and mushrooms cooking is definitely one of them. A proper delicious pizza and 1/2 of your daily fibre.
12g fibre per wrap
This combo isn't just delicious. Kimchi is an amazing example of a probiotic ingredient. Making this lunch recipe good for your gut and your taste buds.
18g fibre per serving
If you're a fan of French toast, then this savoury offering will be right up your street! Topped with creamy garlicky mushrooms and grated Parmesan - a high fibre breakfast of champions!
10g fibre per toastie
A simply recipe that uses loads of delicious seasonal veg. Swap out your usual bread for a Lo-Dough base for a low calorie fibre boost.
10g fibre per cake
This traditional dessert has had a quick and tasty upgrade. Not only does it contribute to 1/3 of your daily fibre, it also takes just 3 minutes in the microwave.
8g fibre per brownie
Peanut butter lovers rejoice. These delicious brownies will satisfy those sweet cravings, keep your gut happy, and all for under 100 kcals each.
14g fibre per wrap
This is a go-to recipe if you're in the mood for a healthy, veggie meal. It's so quick to make and won't make you feel bloated, unlike some takeaway alternatives.
9g fibre per serving
A dessert that will warm you soul on any cold day. By blitzing up your Lo-Dough base, you can create a delicious, high fibre fruit crumble topper.
15g fibre per flatbread
Taking inspiration from the Middle-East. Although hummus isn't usually baked, we definitely recommend it with this recipe! Topped with a mixture of feta, olives and sun-dried tomatoes.