Low Fiber Plant Based Foods

Taken from cancer.org, I’m just listing the vegan friendly foods from that page!

Bread, cereals, and grains


White breads, waffles, French toast, plain white rolls, or white bread toast


Plain pasta or noodles

White rice

Crackers, zweiback, melba, and matzoh (no cracked wheat or whole grains)

Cereals without whole grains, added fiber, seeds, raisins, or other dried fruit

Use white flour for baking and making sauces. Grains, such as white rice, Cream of Wheat, or grits, should be well-cooked.

Include the above grains in casseroles, dumplings, soufflés, cheese strata, kugels, and pudding.

Avoid any food that contains

Brown or wild rice

Whole grains, cracked grains, or whole wheat products

Kasha (buckwheat)

Corn bread or corn meal

Graham crackers

Wheat germ




Dried fruit


Vegetables and potatoes


Tender, well-cooked fresh or canned vegetables without seeds, stems, or skins

Cooked sweet or white potatoes without skins

Strained vegetable juices without pulp or spices

You can also eat these with cream sauces, or in soups, soufflés, kugels, and casseroles.


All raw or steamed vegetables

All types of beans

Potatoes with skin



Cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and greens



Fruits and desserts


Soft canned or cooked fruit without seeds or skins (small amounts)

Small amounts of well-ripened banana
Strained or clear juices

Small amounts of soft cantaloupe or honeydew melon

Cookies and other desserts without whole grains, dried fruit, berries, nuts, or coconut

Sherbet and popsicles

Serving suggestions include gelatins, milk shakes, frozen desserts, puddings, tapioca, cakes, and sauces.


All raw or dried fruits


Prune juice, prunes, and raisins

Other foods


Mild salad dressings and oils in small amounts

Plain gravies

Plain broth

Ketchup and mild mustard

Spices, cooked herbs, and salt

Sugar, and syrup

Clear jellies

Hard candy

Plain chocolate



Pickles, olives, relish, and horseradish


Potato chips


Keep in mind that low-fiber foods cause fewer bowel movements and smaller stools. You may need to drink extra fluids to help prevent constipation while you are on a low-fiber diet. Drink plenty of water unless your doctor tells you otherwise, and use juices as noted above.

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