Rolled oats or steel-cut oats can be cooked and served with a touch of honey or fresh fruit.
Opt for whole grain or whole wheat bread for sandwiches or toast.
Replace white rice with brown rice in meals as it contains more fiber.
Use whole wheat pasta in place of regular pasta for dishes like spaghetti or macaroni and cheese.
Offer lentils, chickpeas, and black beans in soups, stews, or as a side dish.
Baked or mashed sweet potatoes are a fiber-rich alternative to regular potatoes.
Blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries are high-fiber fruits that can be added to yogurt or eaten as a snack.
Sliced apples with the skin left on are a convenient and fiber-rich snack.
Carrot sticks or baby carrots make for a crunchy and healthy snack.
Steam or sauté spinach and mix it into pasta, rice, or omelets for added fiber and nutrients.