Start your child’s morning off right with a bowl of oatmeal. This yummy stuff includes about 4 grams of fiber per cup (cooked).
Every kid loves the crunch of an apple. With 3.6 grams of fiber in a small one, an apple a day really may be the way to go!
Family movie night? Three cups of popped popcorn pack away 2 grams of fiber.
Sure, carrots are a vegetable and plenty of kids scoff at vegetables. But bake some mini carrots with cinnamon
With3.1 grams of fiber in a medium banana, this is a great afternoon snack.
Whole-wheat and whole-grain bread have an average of 2 grams of fiber per slice, but you can easily find ones with 3 or more grams of fiber.
Raspberries offer up a whopping 4 grams of fiber for every 1/2 cup. Blueberries and strawberries top out with less
What about some homemade macaroni for dinner tonight? Whole-grain pasta has 2 grams of fiber per 1/2 cup.
Want a treat that really packs the fiber punch? A medium-sized pear (with the skin) provides5.5 grams of fiber!
With 3.8 grams of fiber in a medium sweet potato, this tasty vegetable is not just for Thanksgiving!