“I try to eat more high-fiber foods,” says Shilpa Amin-Shah, MD, a mom of a son and two daughters and an emergency medicine physician at Emergency Medical Associates, in St. Johns, FL. “They’re often lower in calories, and they really fill me up. I buy high-fiber VitaTops muffin tops at Costco. I eat them for breakfast.”
For only 100 calories and up to nine grams of fiber, these vitamin-fortified muffin tops can be a yummy breakfast (paired with yogurt or fruit), a convenient on-the-go snack, or a healthy dessert. Toast them, eat them frozen, or munch them at room temperature.
They come in 16 varieties, such as delicious dark chocolate pomegranate and pumpkin spice. There are even two sugar-free/low-carb varieties: velvety chocolate and banana nut. A box of 12 costs about $16.