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5 Delicious High-Fiber Recipes You Can Make in an Instant Pot

Tehrene Firman

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Fiber makes you feel and look good. It keeps your gut healthy, makes you poop regularly, and keeps your blood sugar and cholesterol in check—not to mention keeps healthy your skin, hair, and nails. And if you’re wondering how to add more to your diet, it’s as easy as grabbing your Instant Pot.

Whether you’re in the mood for cozy chili or oats, there are some healthy high-fiber recipes you can whip up in record time. These are the best Instant Pot recipes to help you increase your fiber intake.

The best high-fiber recipes to make in your Instant Pot

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1. Instant Pot spaghetti squash

When it comes to pasta alternatives, spaghetti squash is the high-fiber option you should be eating regularly, as it contains 2 hearty grams per cup. Plus, you can make it in your Instant Pot in only seven minutes.

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2. Instant pot pumpkin walnut chili

Between the black beans and walnuts in this dish, you’ll be loading up on fiber, healthy fats, and plenty of vitamins and minerals. Black beans contain 6 grams of fiber per 1/2 cup.

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3. Indian spiced black beluga lentils

There’s 11 grams of fiber (and 9 grams of protein) per 1/4 cup of black beluga lentils, so it’s safe to say you’ll be good to go after one bowl of this dish.

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4. Instant Pot vegan cream of broccoli soup

This creamy soup is loaded with broccoli, which contains 3.9 grams of fiber per stalk. Plus, who doesn’t love a dairy-free version of an old favorite?

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5. Instant Pot steel-cut oatmeal

It’s so easy to make steel-cut oats in the Instant Pot, which contain 5 grams of fiber per 1/3 cup. Combined with the walnuts and pomegranate seeds, you have yourself a super-filling—and delicious—breakfast.

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