High Fiber Recipes for Kids
With the amount of high fat foods and fast foods that children consume today, a great majority of our kids are obese. One way to prevent this is to find delicious high fiber recipes that our kids will actually eat. If you simply Google high fiber diet recipes, you will find a good many of them that are kid appropriate.
Just to name some foods high in fiber; apples, dried fruits such as apricots or raisins, spinach and other green vegetables. The trick is to get your kids to actually eat these foods. That’s where creative high fiber recipes come in handy. Some things as simple cutting up apples with the skin on and giving your child a small scoop of peanut butter to dip the apples in will help them get their portion of items on a high fiber foods list.
Sometimes people will try the cabbage soup diet. It really should not be recommended for children. First off, getting your kids to eat cabbage at all let alone in a soup several times a day would probably be almost impossible. There are better high fiber recipes out there other than the cabbage soup recipe.
There are many vegetables high in fiber that may interest your kids. A good idea would be to cut up some celery or carrots and dip them in peanut butter or salsa. This would make them delicious and your child would be more open to eating this healthy snack. This is just one of many high fiber recipes that would help entice your child to eat healthier.
Below is a high fiber foods list. Try to Google recipes for these foods and you’ll be amazed how many you will find. You could also try and find a high fiber cook book.
1. Apples with the skins on
2. Sunflower or sesame seeds
3. Dried fruits and nuts
4. Peanut butter
5. Refried beans (add to taco meat)
6. Green vegetables such as spinach and green beans