Benefiber is a fiber supplement that has wheat dextrin, a component that dissolves easily into liquids or foods to help you get ample fiber. Fiber is essential to your diet, as it promotes a healthy digestive system and provides you with energy. If you are interested in cooking with Benefiber, learning how to incorporate it into a baking recipe can help you get the fiber you need.
Things You'll Need
- Baking recipe
- 3 tablespoons Benefiber
Select a baking recipe of your choice. Benefiber can be added to a number of baking recipes including breads, cakes, sauces for foods like baked pastas and chicken, or in soft desserts like bread pudding.
Add three tablespoons of Benefiber to the water in your baking recipe and mix it thoroughly. If your recipe doesn’t require water, mix it in with whatever liquid form your baking recipe requires, such as oil or milk.
Add the liquid Benefiber mixture into your baking recipe as the recipe instructs you to. Benefiber has no taste, so no special alterations need to be made when adding it to your baking. Just insure it is mixed well with the liquid form of your recipe and bake accordingly.