Breakfast is one of the easiest times to fill up on fiber since whole grain breads and cereals are great sources. If you're eating a gluten-free diet however, it's not so easy since many high-fiber choices are off-limits. Getting enough fiber may take a little creativity (and a trip to the health food store) so you can try these gluten-free breakfast ideas that contain at least 10 grams of fiber.
- Hot apple millet: One cup of cooked millet (2.3 g) mixed with unsweetened applesauce (2.9 g, one small chopped apple (3.6 g), and five walnuts (1.4 g): 10.2 grams of fiber
- Cinnamon raisin almond butter buckwheat: One cup of cooked buckwheat groats (4.5 g) mixed with one ounce raisins (about 50, 1 g), two tablespoons almond butter (4 g), and one teaspoon ground cinnamon (1.2 g): 10.5 grams of fiber
- Banana hot cereal: Quarter cup of uncooked Bob's Red Mill Mighty Tasty GF Hot Cereal (4 g) mixed with one tablespoon chia seeds (6 g) and one small banana cut in slices (1.1 g): 11.1 grams of fiber
- Apricot oatmeal: Half a cup of uncooked Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Quick Cooking Oats (5 g) mixed with a quarter cup of chopped dried apricots (3 g), one tablespoon of honey (0 g), and one tablespoon of flaxmeal (2 g): 10 grams of fiber
- Bowl of cereal: One cup of Nature's Path Mesa Sunrise Flakes (3 g) mixed with a quarter cup of fresh or frozen raspberries (3.2 g), 1/4 cup of slivered almonds (3 g), and one tablespoon of flaxseeds (.9 g): 10.1 grams of fiber
- Nutty date toast: One slice of Udi's Millet-Chia Bread (6 g) with two tablespoons of all natural peanut butter (3 g) and one chopped medjool date (1.6 g): 10.6 grams of fiber