Fiber can be tricky to get enough of. It’s mostly found in vegetables that aren’t too tasty if eaten by themselves. 

We think fiber can — and should — be fun. Try these recipes to sneak some fiber into your diet next time you want a healthy treat.

Grabanzos Peanut Butter and Banana Parfait

Recipe (makes 2 servings):

For peanut butter chia yogurt

70 mL (1/4 c.) oat milk

150 g (1/2 c.) Greek yogurt (I used 2% fat)

20 g (5 tsp.) chia seeds

15 g (2 tbsp.) peanut butter powder

27 g (1 tbsp.) honey

dash of salt

dash of vanilla extract

For toppings

1 banana, sliced into rounds

8 dark chocolate Grabanzos, crushed


Mix ingredients for the peanut butter chia yogurt in a bowl. Cover and refrigerate for 15 min (this allows the chia to absorb water and gel!)

Slice the banana and crush the Grabanzos. Serve layered for a traditional parfait look or add toppings on top of the yogurt in a bowl!


If you’d like, you can reduce sugar by subbing honey with your favorite low or no Calorie sweetener! For a more indulgent experience, you can sub the peanut butter powder for peanut butter.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Bars

Recipe (makes 12 bars):

Recipe adapted from Chew Out Loud

250 g (1 c.) chunky peanut butter

160 g (1 3/4 c.) rolled oats

142 g (1 1/4 c.) chocolate whey protein

120 mL (1/2 c.) oat milk

38 g (2 tbsp.) honey

30 g oat fiber


In a saucepan on low heat, heat and combine peanut butter, oat milk, and honey until combined. Add protein powder, rolled oats, and oat fiber.

Line an 8×8 pan with parchment paper or lightly grease to prevent sticking. Scoop mixture into the pan and press until evenly distributed. Cool and cut into rows of 4×3 to create 12 bars.

For extra indulgence, melt and drizzle chocolate over the top! Bars stay fresh longer when refrigerated (~1 week).


Chocolate whey protein and oat milk can be subbed for your preferred protein powder or milk. If you prefer a firmer bar, add a little extra rolled oats! Bars can be made sweeter with extra honey to taste.