7 High-Fiber Cereals that Actually Taste Good

By , SparkPeople Blogger
The high fiber cereals of years ago offered little taste for the nutritional benefit they provided. Today, that has changed and you can get a great tasting cereal that is also a good fiber source.

Fiber is an important part of a healthy diet. Not only does it aid in weight loss by helping you feel full and satisfied longer, it also helps reduce risks of heart disease, lowers blood pressure, and aids in blood sugar control. Many people need more fiber in their diet and breakfast cereal provides a great option for maximizing your daily intake by getting the day started with a fiber rich meal.

Consumer Reports tested eighteen high-fiber cereals which each contained 25 to 50 percent of the recommended dietary guidelines for fiber (based on a 2,000-calorie diet). Here are seven top tasting high fiber cereals that you may want to include in your breakfast meal planning to help you meet your daily fiber intake requirements.

  1. Kirkland Signature Spiced Pecan – This cereal is sold at Kashi GoLean Crunchy Fiber Twigs, Soy Protein Grahams and Honey Puffs – This cereal is a top rated nutritional value for price cereal offering 10 grams of fiber in a serving size slightly larger than the Kirkland cereal at a slightly lower price of $.13/serving.
  2. Archer Farms High Fiber – This cereal is sold at Target and offers a sweet crunch with toasted grains and a cinnamon taste along with 10 grams of fiber/serving.
  3. Kellogg's Raisin Bran Extra! – Offering 7 grams of fiber/servings, this cereal provides a balance of sweet and crunch from tender raisins and cranberries along with nutty wheat flakes and clusters.
  4. Post Shredded Wheat Spoon Size Wheat 'n Bran – Offers 8 grams of fiber/serving in a nutty grain cereal with unsweetened toasted wheat.
  5. Great Value Raisin Bran – This cereal is sold at Walmart and great for those that like the plain raisin bran they have always known and loved.
  6. Barbara's Bakery Ultimate Organic – This cereal provides an organic option which rated well for nutrition and taste.

Have you tried any of the cereals and if you have, which one is your personal favorite? If you have not, will you give one of them a try now – why or why not?

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OLDSKOOL556 7/9/2021
Thanks for sharing article🦋 Report
ERIN_POSCH 2/27/2021
thanks for sharing Report
QUEENIE91015 2/21/2021
I don’t usually eat cereal . 1LUV Queenie Report
NIGHTGLOW 2/21/2021
Kashi GoLean Crunchy Fiber Twigs has been discontinued by Kashi and is no longer available. Please update your article! Report
CECELW 2/21/2021
I read this before. Great reminder though Report
THINCPL2004 2/21/2021
I like to mix my mini shredded wheats, into a trail mix Report
ROBINRS 2/21/2021
I portion out bite sized shredded wheat into zip log bags for a crunchy snack mid afternoon. Report
CD2693807 2/21/2021
interesting article and comments Report
CD26750174 2/21/2021
Bad links Report
LRCOTE 2/21/2021
Frosted Mini Wheats! 21 pieces are 190 calories, or you can go to 25 pieces at 210 cals. I take it on the road with my 32oz travel mug of hot tea, meds and supplements. Report
LRCOTE 2/21/2021
Frosted Mini Wheats! 21 pieces are 190 calories, or you can go to 25 pieces at 210 cals. I take it on the road with my 32oz travel mug of hot tea, meds and supplements. Report
JLPEASE 2/21/2021
I didn't see a date on this article, but at least some of these links are dead. I like cereal and it's good for dinner if I'm in a hurry. I like Raisin Bran and also spoon size shredded wheat. The latter is also good for a snack and I buy generic brands to save money too! Report
CECTARR 2/21/2021
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JUNETTA2002 2/21/2021
Thanks for the information. Report
RETIREDSUE 2/21/2021
Plain bran flakes are my "go-to" (Kellog's) if I'm having cold cereal. I've occasionally checked out cereals similar to some listed like the Kashi and the sugar content is higher than what I want to have. Oatmeal is my winter "go-to" and I may just switch that to overnight oats when the weather is warm again. Report
RO2BENT 2/21/2021
Cereal is good if short on time Report
Great to know. Report
SHELCHICKA 2/21/2021
For some reason, when I eat cereal, I feel hungry halfway through the morning. I'm a teacher and on the go. I like Nature Valley Sweet and Salty bars. I have one for breakfast and one for snack time. I would never be able to eat raisin bran though. When I look at it, it looks like dead flies floating in my cereal bowl. Report
I never got into cereal even as a kid since milk bothered me after they started homogenizing it, I do eat oatmeal or cream of wheat, but anything else is never in the house.
LEANJEAN6 2/21/2021
I too don't eat cereal in the morning Report
SWILSON2347 2/21/2021
Walmart's Great Value Raisin Bran is my favorite! Report
I haven't had cereal in a long time. Living on oatmeal with fruit. Time for a change! Report
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NEPTUNE1939 2/21/2021
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NASFKAB 2/21/2021
Thank you but feel oatmeal is healthier for me Report
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LIS193 2/21/2021
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RAPUNZEL53 2/21/2021
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JANIEWWJD 2/21/2021
Good article!!!! Report
_CYNDY55_ 2/20/2021
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DIVAGLOW 1/17/2021
I love Kashi cereal. Report
KATHYJO56 11/22/2020
I love Kashi cereals Report
LOLABRUG3 10/14/2020
I keep Raisin bran on hand for my husband and I eat the shredded wheat n'bran Report
CECELW 10/14/2020
I like fiber one. I have a container of yogurt and add 12 almonds to my cereal Report
SLASALLE 10/14/2020
I typically do really well on my daily fiber intake. I have not tried any of the above, but my immediate concern is sugar content. Sadly, so many cereals have far too much added sugar. I will look at the labels for these next time I'm out, but if Sugars are above 5g, I'm not willing to eat it. Report
TURQUROISE 10/14/2020
There are some great choices on that list! Report
MARYGOLD5 10/14/2020
I personally like Fiber One cereal. Report
CMRKSU12 10/14/2020
I love Fiber One cereal and also Great Grains cereal!
DXTECH 10/14/2020
Most of the "healthy" fiber or gluten free cereals have a large degree of sugars. As a diabetic I choose those with 5g or less per serving, then have to add the sugars in 2% milk. There aren't alot of sugar-free or low sugar options out there. Corn Chex comes in at 4g, although I love the Wheat Chex I rarely get them s they have more sugar, Puffed Wheat, Market Basket Toasted O's and Most store brand Rice Krispies are 5 or lower. Report
THINCPL2004 10/14/2020
Great article Report
I love raisin bran, but rarely eat it due to the high amount of sugar. Post or General Mills brands clock in at 18-21grams per serving. that's 4 teaspoons ! Report
CD9166467 10/14/2020
My favourite fibre cereal is Kelloggs Bran Buds - 1/3 cup with Greek Yogurt and fresh or frozen fruit - great breakfast or snack with 13 gm. of fibre. Report
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ROSSYFLOSSY 10/14/2020
Great article. Report
RO2BENT 10/14/2020
Careful with the sugar. Also portion control with the milk. Report
BONNIE1552 10/14/2020
Raisin Bran was my husband's favorite. I need to look at it again. Report
Great information. I found breakfast, for me, is the most important meal as it fuels me through the day. Report
I love anything made by Kashi Report
I had a bowl of bite size shredded wheat for breakfast with a tablespoon of hemp seeds and some peaches for sweetness! Report