High-Fibre Food Recipes You Can Try For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

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Are you looking to infuse your diet with meals that are not only nutritious but also delicious and satisfying? Emphasising high-fibre and high-protein foods in your daily menu is key to achieving better digestive health, sustained energy levels, and overall wellness. This guide will walk you through creative and enjoyable high-fibre food recipes. Ideal for any meal of the day and to achieve perfect results, these high-fibre recipes should be prepared using non-stick cookware, ensuring a healthier cooking process, and keeping them fresh you can store them in glass meal prep containers with snap-lock and airtight lids. Here are high-fibre food recipes where taste and health go hand in hand.


High-Fibre Breakfast Recipes


1. Oatmeal and Chia Power Bowl

Oatmeal and Chia Power Bowl

Kickstart your day with a bowl full of nutrients! Oats are a traditional high-fibre breakfast option, and when combined with chia seeds, they deliver an extra fibre boost. Simply cook your oats in a non-stick pan, stir in chia seeds, and milk, and top with your favourite berries and nuts for a power-packed breakfast.


2. Protein-Packed Smoothie Bowl

Protein-Packed Smoothie Bowl

For those mornings when you are on the go, a smoothie bowl can be your best friend. Blend spinach, a banana, a scoop of protein powder, flaxseeds, and almond milk. Pour into a bowl and sprinkle with oat granular and sliced fruit for a quick, fibre-rich meal.

Also Read: 7 Quick And Easy High Protein Vegan Meal Prep Recipes


3. Savoury Quinoa and Vegetable Bake

Savoury Quinoa and Vegetable Bake

Quinoa, a complete protein source, is also rich in fibre. Mix cooked quinoa with chopped veggies such as bell peppers and zucchini, pour into a non-stick baking dish, and bake until golden. Simple, nutritious, and perfect for a high-fibre breakfast to keep you full longer.


High-Fibre Lunch Recipes


4. Lentil and Veggie Soup

Lentil and Veggie Soup

Lentils are a powerhouse of nutrition, offering both protein and fibre. Sauté onions and garlic in a non-stick pot, add carrots, celery, and lentils, followed by broth. Let it simmer until the lentils are tender. This soup is perfect for a comforting, fibrous lunch.


5. Chickpea and Spinach Salad

Chickpea and Spinach Salad

Chickpeas are an excellent source of fibre. Toss them with baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, and a light vinaigrette. This salad not only tastes great but is also filling and can be easily stored in glass meal prep containers for a fresh, ready-to-eat lunch.


6. Turkey and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Turkey and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Combine cooked quinoa with ground turkey, black beans, corn, and spices. Stuff this mixture into bell peppers and bake in a non-stick grill pan. These stuffed peppers are nutrient-dense and make a colourful, high-fibre meal.

Also Read: A Delectable Mixed-Spice Rubbed Chicken Thighs Recipe


High-Fibre Dinner Recipes


7. Grilled Chicken and Broccoli Stir-fry

Grilled Chicken and Broccoli Stir-fry

Use your non-stick frying pan to stir-fry chicken and broccoli, a high-fibre dinner that is both simple and satisfying. Add soy sauce and ginger for an extra flavour boost, serving a healthy dinner that keeps fibre at the forefront.


8. Baked Salmon with a Side of Asparagus

Baked Salmon with a Side of Asparagus

Salmon and asparagus both contribute to your daily fibre and protein intake. Season the salmon and asparagus with lemon and dill, then bake in a non-stick pan for a meal that’s elegant yet easy to prepare.


9. Bean and Veggie Casserole


A variety of beans (like kidney, black, and Pinto) offer an excellent fibre source. Layer them with tomatoes, onions, and bell peppers in a glass baking dish, top with breadcrumbs, and bake until bubbly. Perfect for a hearty, fibrous dinner.

Also Read: 4 Healthy Meal Prep Recipes You Can Try At Home


Enjoy with Family 

Including high-fibre meals in your diet is a fantastic way to enhance overall health. These high-fibre recipes are packed with the necessary nutrients, and they are delicious and easy to prepare. Also, storing your meals in glass meal prep containers can help preserve the freshness and make your weekly meal planning effortless. For more tips on healthy cooking and meal preparation, sign up for the Houszy newsletter today and start your journey towards a healthy life. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is meal prep better in glass containers?

Yes, glass containers are a better option for meal prep as they can keep food fresh with their airtight seal lids. Also, they are very easy to wash, leak-proof, eco-friendly, heat-safe, and dishwasher-safe.

Does food last longer in glass containers?

Of course, glass containers are inert, meaning they do not react to any chemicals, which makes them ideal for keeping food for longer periods. The snap-lock lids are also airtight, which means the food will maintain its freshness for longer as well.

Why do people use glass meal prep containers?

While it is a matter of preference, most people use glass meal prep containers because they are a variable option compared to plastic. The glass meal prep containers are heat-resistant, dishwasher-safe, oven-safe, leak-proof, and non-toxic.

Are glass containers airtight lids BPA-free?

Yes, these borosilicate glass containers are paired with BPA-free airtight lids and some even come with bamboo lids which is a more sustainable option