Kids are generally picky eaters thus feeding them a balanced diet can be rather frustrating. Additionally, constipation is also quite common among kids. High-fiber foods are essential for the healthy development of your child’s digestive system. Furthermore consuming a diet rich in fiber can ward off conditions such as diabetes and heart diseases.

Unfortunately, it is not easy to get kids to eat foods rich in fiber. Supposedly fibrous foods are not tasty enough for a kid. However some high-fiber foods can actually be tasty too, on the other hand, some fiber-rich ingredients can be snuck into delicious meals. As parents, it is important to understand the importance of fiber in your kid’s diet. So here are some top 10 foods with fiber that your kids will love.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal
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Oatmeal is a dependable breakfast for adults so why not incorporate it in your child’s breakfast too. Cooked oatmeal contains nearly 4 grams of fiber. You can customize the prepared oats with interesting toppings and additions like raisins, maple syrup, and cinnamon.

Corn

Corn
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Corn is a fiber-rich food that kids easily eat. One cup of cooked corn contains nearly 3.6 grams of fiber. If buttery corn on the cob is not your child’s favorite then you can also give them popcorn. Yes you read it right  three cups of prepared popcorn can supply about two grams of fiber

Apple

Apple
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The crunch of Apple in its sweetness is every child’s delight. One small Apple may be able to supply a whopping 3.6 grams of fiber. Add a layer of delicious peanut butter to the Apple and you will have 1.6 grams of added fiber paired with a scrumptious taste.

Berries

Berries
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Berries are not only rich in fiber but they are also tasty and can easily be incorporated in various recipes and paired with other foods. Raspberries offer eight grams per cup while blueberries and strawberries provide 3.6 grams and 3 grams respectively for every cup of these berries

Carrots

Carrots
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Carrots may not seem attractive to kids but you can add them to your food. You could add grated carrots to coleslaw or you could even bake carrot with cinnamon to add about 6 grams of fiber per cup.

Whole-Wheat Bread

Whole-Wheat Bread
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Whole wheat bread can be a part of your kid’s diet in any in every form. A slice of whole wheat bread can supply about 2 grams of fiber. Therefore just packing a sandwich would be enough to add 4 grams of fiber in your child’s diet.

Whole-Grain Pasta

Whole-Grain Pasta
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Everyone loves pasta switch to whole-grain pasta instead of the regular kind. And it will pack about 4 grams of fiber per cup. If your child is bored with eating the usual you can mix the pasta with some high-fiber vegetables in dressing to make a lip-smacking salad.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes
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Children loved baked sweet potatoes or sweet potato fries. It can be a smart way to include fibers in your child’s diet. A medium-sized sweet potato can offer about 4 grams of fiber. Furthermore, the vegetable is also rich in vitamins A and C which will aid your child’s healthy development.

Peas

Green peas
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Green peas could be exactly the kind of food that may supply sufficient amounts of
fiber to your kid. Consider boiled or mashed peas or you could include some cooked peas in mac and cheese to get your child to eat it. One cup of green peas contains nearly nine grams of fiber. Peas are rich in fiber one cup of peas can offer 12 to 18 grams of fiber.

Beans

Beans
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You could add cooked beans in tortillas and make appetizing burritos. It will make your kid feel full and keep the stomach happy.