Foods suitable for a low-fiber diet include canned peaches, white bread, lean poultry and fish as well as well-cooked vegetables such as carrots and green beans. As of 2015, Food to Glow offers a list of tasty low-fiber recipes.
Low-fiber grain products include bread, pasta and crackers made from white flour as well as white rice, cream of Wheat cereal and pretzels. A person on a low-fiber diet should avoid whole grains, brown rice, nuts and seeds. Fish and certain fruits may also be low in fiber, which means a low-fiber meal might include a tuna sandwich on white bread, or white toast with smooth fruit jelly.
Dairy products such as yogurt, cheese and ice cream are acceptable low-fiber foods. Low-fiber diets are often used to alleviate the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease. These disorders are often accompanied by dairy sensitivity, which means patients should still avoid low-fiber dairy products if they cause irritation.
Sugar, eggs, marshmallows and chocolate are suitable for a low-fiber diet. Baked goods and desserts containing cooked low-fiber fruit such as bananas and pears are also acceptable. Food to Glow offers a recipe for pear and cocoa pudding, a baked dish that includes canned pears, white flour, cocoa and margarine. Other recipes available on the website include Indian-style chicken stew, savory bread pudding and miso-glazed fish.