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There’s no doubt that fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet. A high-fiber diet can improve your gut health, help you maintain a healthy weight, normalize bowel movements, prevent diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, and more.

How much fiber should you be ingesting a day? Well, experts recommend anywhere between 25 to 35 grams per day, which is easy with tasty fiber-rich recipes like the ones below.

Vanilla and Fig Overnight Oats

This recipe is naturally sweet and loaded with natural fiber, calcium, and prebiotics. Make this your morning meal for better gut health.

Vegetarian Black Bean Breakfast Burrito

Black beans are a great source of fiber, so obviously, we’re packing them into a delicious breakfast burrito. For even more fiber, add some avocado to the mix.

Coconut Banana Pancakes

Coconuts and bananas are both naturally sweet, high-fiber foods. They also bring this gluten-free, protein-rich breakfast recipe to the next level.

Roasted Chickpea Pitas With Miso Tahini Sauce

One cup of chickpeas has 35 grams of fiber! Next time you’re looking for a way to upgrade your lunch, try this roasted chickpea pita recipe.

Farmers Market Quinoa Salad

Quinoa is much higher in fiber than other grains. Nuts, herbs, and fresh greens round out this refreshing summer salad.

Black Bean Avocado Tuna Sandwiches

Pack these quick and easy sandwiches for work, and you’ll have the energy to power you through even the most taxing day.

Sun-Dried Tomato Red Lentil Pasta

Fiber-rich lentils and sun-dried tomatoes make up this creamy red sauce that you’ll want to make over and over again.

Vegetarian Black Bean Chili

If you’re looking for a high-fiber recipe to feed a crowd, chili is your answer.

Sweet Potato Burgers

Sweet, savory, full of fiber, and oh-so-satisfying. This vegan dinner recipe is sure to become a favorite.

Black Bean Brownies

If you thought high-fiber desserts were out of the questions, think again. These healthy brownies are made with fiber-rich foods like bananas, oats, and black beans.

xx, The FabFitFun Team