Cooking Up Classic Comfort Foods With Fiber
(NAPSA) – Whether it’s chocolate chip cookies, macaroni and cheese or mashed potatoes, many home chefs say favorite comfort foods are the cooking equivalent to a warm blanket or a heartfelt hug.
However, classic comfort foods often lack the fiber the body needs to work and feel its best, possibly leaving you at a nutritional loss.
‘Getting the right amount of fiber promotes regularity, increases energy and impacts overall digestive health,’ explains registered dietitian and director of nutrition marketing at Kellogg Company, Cheryl Dolven.
Fortunately, there are simple ways to boost fiber content without sacrificing taste. For instance, you can find a number of simple and tasty comfort-food recipes made with Kellogg’s All-Bran cereal to help you more easily fit fiber into every meal. The new recipes include:
- Herb-Topped Pork Tenderloin Casserole
- Tuscan Apricot-Berry Crostata
- Sloppy Joes
- Spinach and Cheese Stuffed Shells
- Tomato-Artichoke Casserole
- Gruyere and Ham Quiche
Pair the great-tasting recipes with the All-Bran 10-Day Promise to get nearly half the daily fiber the body needs to work and feel better. Simply add one serving of any All-Bran product, which include four varieties of cereal, crackers and now, any of these new, simple recipes, into your daily diet.
Try this recipe: