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25 Easy High-Fiber Breakfast Recipes

Add some more roughage to your diet with these high-fiber breakfast recipes.

Loaded with all kinds of goodness, there’s no better way to start your day.

Breakfast Quinoa with Berries and Bananas in a Bowl
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Each recipe is packed with fiber, and they aren’t all smoothies, either!

Sure, smoothies are terrific and easy breakfast recipes, but sometimes I just want something crispy and salty.

Luckily, you get the best of both worlds with these easy high-fiber breakfast recipes. You’ll find everything from muffins and chia pudding to avocado toast and pancakes right here.

I hope you’re hungry because we’ve got a lot to cover!

1. Triple Berry Smoothie

Of course, we can’t have a list of high-fiber recipes without smoothies.

With the right blend of fruits and veggies, they aren’t just bright and tasty; they’re also loaded with nutrients.

And who doesn’t enjoy a scrumptious smoothie now and then?

This one features a trio of delicious, tart-n-tangy berries. A ripe banana adds sweetness, and chia seeds make it even healthier. 

2. Keto High-Fiber Breakfast Muffins

Breakfast can be a challenge on the ketogenic diet. Fortunately, that’s not the case with these high-fiber keto breakfast muffins!

With these, you can have a quick and healthy breakfast ready to go in just 35 minutes. 

They’re packed with fiber and protein to keep you feeling full all morning long. Plus, they taste so good that you’ll forget they’re “diet food.”

3. Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie

This five-ingredient smoothie is one of my all-time favorites. It’s rich, sweet, and tastes more like dessert than breakfast. 

Even so, it’s full of protein, and you’ll love its banana and peanut butter flavor.

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The fact that it takes just five minutes to make doesn’t hurt either.

4. Energy Quinoa Breakfast Bars In The Slow Cooker

These are decadent, delicious, and unbelievably gorgeous.

They certainly don’t look (or taste) like something that’s good for you. But I promise they are!

Each one features 18% of your daily required fiber intake. Plus, the ingredients are all-natural and nutritious.

Try them if you want something sweet, crunchy, and a little salty.

5. Apple Flax Muffins

These muffins feature juicy chunks of diced apples, a dash of cinnamon, and just enough brown sugar to sweeten the deal.

If you want the perfect fall treat, you can’t beat them.

They’re dense and hearty but still tender. You won’t believe how outstanding they are until you try them.

They aren’t super sweet. Instead, there’s just enough tartness to set off the sugar.

Plus, each one features a generous helping of flaxseed for added fiber.

6. Avocado Toast with Egg – 4 Ways

Here are four different ways to enjoy avocado toast with eggs.

Each one is a double whammy of protein and fiber. They’re a clean, healthy way to start your day. 

Have one for breakfast a couple of times a week, and you’ll feel downright virtuous. 

7. Avocado Toast With Roasted Chickpeas

Of course, avocado and eggs aren’t for everyone.

So, try this avocado toast with roasted chickpeas if you’re on the hunt for something a little different.

I love it because the chickpeas add a nice bit of crunch.

Plus, the whole recipe is vegan-friendly. And it features a beautiful garden-fresh taste that’s hard not to love. 

8. Overnight Breakfast Raspberry Muesli

Mornings can be hectic, no matter how organized you are.

So, why not take breakfast out of the equation by making it the night before?

You can whip up these overnight oats in just five minutes. Then, they’re ready to go by the time you wake up the following day.

Featuring ingredients like raspberries, honey, and chia seeds, there’s no doubt that you’ll love them.

9. Easy Chia Pudding

You can whip up this chia pudding with as few as three ingredients.

All you’ll need are chia seeds, almond milk, and honey. You can also add vanilla extract and toppings if you like.

Either way, it’s a smooth, tasty breakfast option that’ll help keep your digestive system on track.

10. The Ultimate Superfood Quinoa Porridge

Quinoa porridge is thick like oatmeal and full of fiber and protein. Each serving has 16 grams of fiber and 18 grams of protein.

Talk about a superfood! 

Start your morning with a bowl of this, and you’ll be fueled all day long. Fortunately, its maple-cinnamon flavor also tastes excellent. 

Tweak it to suit your preferences by adding additional toppings.

11. Overnight Oats with Figs and Pistachios

Here’s another quick and easy overnight oats option, only this one is more colorful than the last.

Features figs, pistachios, cinnamon, cranberries, and more; it takes just five minutes to whip up two jars.

That’s a grab-and-go breakfast for you and your significant other, ready in a flash.  

Even if there were no fiber, I’d still recommend this recipe for convenience alone. (Luckily, there is – nine grams in every serving!)

12. Egg and Baked Beans

Eggs and baked beans may sound like a weird breakfast combo. However, it’s pretty standard in a lot of European countries.

It’s a healthy, hearty breakfast option that’ll keep you fueled all the way until dinner. 

Plus, it’s really tasty. How can you beat that?

13. Socca Breakfast Pizza

You can make this breakfast pizza as simple or elaborate as you like.

The recipe is really for the grain-free socca crust. As for the toppings, you can add whatever you like. 

I suggest flaxseeds, spinach, mushrooms, and potatoes if you want plenty of fiber. 

Additionally, you could turn it into a sweet breakfast pizza, adding peanut butter and plenty of berries.

14. Oatmeal Breakfast Cookie

This tasty cookie is both crispy and chewy, sweet, and just a little tart. It also has a decadent taste, but it’s somehow good for you. 

If you want something sweet with lots of fiber, this is the breakfast option for you.

15. Breakfast Quesadilla

I have a serious weak spot for quesadillas.

And though I usually indulge as a late-night snack, the idea of this white bean and spinach dish for breakfast has me drooling.

As you can imagine, it’s fiber-packed! Fortunately, it’s also very tasty.

It’s cheesy, garlicky, and terrific in every way. Eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner – you can’t go wrong.

16. Coconut Flour Pancakes

Even pancakes can be a high-fiber breakfast if you make them with the right ingredients.

And believe it or not, a stack of three coconut flour pancakes features six grams of fiber. And they only have three net carbs!

They’re fluffy, sweet, and taste just as good as any pancakes you’ve tried.

Load them up with your favorite toppings, and enjoy! You don’t even have to feel guilty about it. 

17. Sweet Potato Hash (Potatoes O’Brien Recipe)

Sweet potato hash is a savory, comforting breakfast that’ll warm your heart and belly. It’s colorful, delectable, and full of good things.  

Make it vegan-friendly by leaving out the prosciutto, or double down and serve it with a runny egg and cheese.

Either way, it’s high in protein and fiber and rich in vitamins and antioxidants. Overall, it’s just a great way to start the day.

18. Berry Almond Milk Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Who needs cereal in a world where smoothie breakfast bowls exist?! This gorgeous smoothie bowl is almost too pretty to eat – almost

You’ll love its creamy texture, bright color, and vibrant berry taste. And thanks to the peanut butter, spinach, and protein powder, it’s also totally filling.

Add fiber-rich toppings to make it even more high-fiber (and yummier). 

19. Peanut Butter Flaxseed Pancakes

These pancakes aren’t as light and fluffy as their traditional counterparts. However, they taste every bit as good and are much healthier for you. 

Furthermore, they won’t leave you feeling heavy and bloated after eating them. They’re vegan-friendly and have a rich, nutty flavor I think you’ll enjoy. 

Top them with some melted peanut butter and banana slices for an incredibly indulgent breakfast or brunch.

20. Healthy Peanut Butter & Jelly Oatmeal

Nothing will take you back to your childhood like an old-fashioned PB&J. 

These oats are just as comforting and nostalgia-inducing. They’re thick, creamy, and taste like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. 

There are hints of cinnamon and banana flavors, as well, though they can be left out if you prefer.

The dish is somewhat high in carbs. However, the protein and fiber counts are excellent.

So if carbs aren’t a problem, I highly recommend you give this one a try.

21. Healthy Yogurt Breakfast Parfait with Blueberries & Granola

Are you someone who could eat parfaits for breakfast every day? If so, you’re about to love me.

This breakfast parfait is off-the-charts incredible and not that bad for you. 

It uses just four ingredients and takes three minutes to pull together. You’ll need Greek yogurt, frozen blueberries, agave nectar, and granola.

Your favorite healthy cereal works, too – just keep an eye on the sugar content.

It’s a cold, creamy, berry-filled treat with a crunch. What more could you want from a breakfast parfait?

22. Easy Black Bean Breakfast Tacos

Tacos for breakfast? Yes, yes, a thousand times, yes!

These tacos are vegetarian-friendly and take just ten minutes to make.

They’re garlicky, spicy, fresh, filling, and full of fiber and protein. So give them a try the next time you’re in the mood for something different.

23. Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches

What’s more convenient than nuking a pre-made frozen breakfast sandwich and rushing out the door? Nothing!

The problem is that those sandwiches aren’t always nutritious.

Luckily, you can quickly solve that issue by making your own! And it’s way easier than you think.

This recipe will show you how. Feel free to meal prep for the whole week if you want.

24. Breakfast Pitas

Breakfast pitas seem too tasty, colorful, hearty, and convenient to be good for you. Somehow, though, they are. 

You’ll pack the pita with fiber-rich veggies and eggs. Then, you’ll add all your favorite seasonings and a bit of hot sauce for spice. 

This healthy breakfast tastes so fantastic that you’ll be craving a second one for lunch.

25. Raspberry Mango Smoothie

Let’s wrap it up with one last smoothie. This creamy pink drink is sweet, tropical, and full of berry yumminess. 

The chia seeds and spinach add tons of health benefits, but you won’t taste them. In fact, this tastes more like a milkshake than a smoothie. 

But I promise, it’s a smoothie, and it’s good for you! So enjoy it for breakfast as often as you like.

25 Easy High-Fiber Breakfasts

Add some more roughage to your diet with these high-fiber breakfast recipes. Loaded with all kinds of goodness, there’s no better way to start your day.


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NaTaya Hastings
NaTaya Hastings is a food and recipe writer for Insanely Good Recipes. She’s an educator, boy mom, dog mom, and whatever-stray-enters-the-yard mom. As a result, she's constantly cooking for both humans and animals.

Luckily, she enjoys it!

Though born, raised, and still living in Alabama, her specialty is NOT down-home Southern cooking. Instead, she loves to experiment with Asian, Mexican, Italian, and other ethnic cuisines. She has two mottos when it comes to cooking. “The more spice, the better!” and “There’s no such thing as too much garlic!”

She’s also pretty good with desserts. Especially the easy, no-bake ones.

Her favorite things are cuddling with her four giant dogs, traveling, reading, writing, and hanging out in nature. She’s also pretty excellent at Dominoes.

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