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Dessert Recipes for Preventing Hemorrhoids

Get inspired by our collection of dessert recipes for hemorrhoid prevention! Not only do these dessert dishes contain foods that may help prevent hemorrhoids naturally, they are also packed with flavor and a cinch to make.

Wholewheat Muffins with Bananas and Walnuts

Not only are these whole wheat muffins full of flavor, they can also offer health benefits for people who are at risk of developing hemorrhoids. Bananas have been indicated as a good source of fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), compounds that can help prevent many digestive ailments, including constipation. Also walnuts are commonly used to treat constipation.
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Carrot Muffins

These scrumptious carrot muffins contain guar gum and flaxseed which work like magic to prevent and treat constipation and hemorrhoids. Also carrots contain properties that help fight hemorrhoids.
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Raspberry Blueberry Smoothie

This delicious smoothie is packed with nutrients that help repair damaged proteins in the blood vessel walls and promote the overall health of the vascular system. On top of that, it contains both soluble and insoluble fiber, such as pectin, as well as vitamin E.
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Pear Frost with a Ginger Twist

Pears are packed with soluble fiber which helps keep stools stay soft, thereby helping prevent the development of hemorrhoids. Also ginger, the other key ingredient in this drink, has properties that many naturopaths believe can treat hemorrhoids.
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Buckwheat Crepes with Bananas

Buckwheat is one of the best natural sources of the flavonoid rutin. Rutin is well known for its role in maintaining a well-functioning circulatory system by making the capillaries stronger and by improving circulation. Strong capillaries and good circulation are key to fighting hemorrhoids.
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Quinoa Crepes with Applesauce

These crepes are rich in dietary fiber, which helps prevent hemorrhoids.
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Fantastic Fiber Muffins

Looking for a high-fiber muffin recipe? This dessert combines wheat bran with whole wheat flour and apples to create a delicious treat that helps you reach your fiber quota.
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Scandinavian Blueberry Soup

In Scandinavia, blueberry soup is a popular treat that can be served warm as an appetizer or chilled as a dessert. But the benefits of blueberry soup extend far beyond its culinary use. Due to their high concentration of anthocyanins, blueberries help repair damaged proteins in the blood vessel walls and promote the overall health of the vascular system. On top of that, blueberries are a good source of both insoluble fiber and soluble fiber such as pectin.
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Low-Fat Apple and Raspberry Crumble

Not only does this divine dessert tempt your taste buds, it is also great for people with hemorrhoids. Apples and oats are rich in soluble fiber which promotes regular bowel movements, thereby reducing the risk of hemorrhoids.
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Chocolate Cake

People who frequently eat beans and other fiber-rich foods have a lower risk of developing hemorrhoids. Guess what? Eating a piece of this chocolate cake can help you fulfill your body's quota for beans: black beans are a key ingredient in this flourless cake! As an added bonus, this cake contains dark, unsweetened cocoa powder—the kind of cocoa that has been shown to possess powerful antioxidant properties.
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Rice Pudding with Blueberry Sauce

This rice pudding draws on the health benefits of brown rice, which is richer in fiber than the white variety and which is easily digested, making it a great remedy for constipation and hemorrhoids. Also blueberries have properties that help treat constipation.
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Apple Slices with Cinnamon

This dessert is a cinch to prepare, and it contains only 95 calories! But the benefits of this dish do not end there: apples are packed with pectin, a type of dietary fiber that absorbs water in the colon, preventing constipation.
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Nettle Crêpes with Raspberries

No need to worry about this intriguing dessert dish stinging you; the nettle in these crepes will only do you good. Young, cooked stinging nettle shoots are perfectly edible, and they are packed with nutrients that help strengthen blood vessels and maintain arterial elasticity, making this dish a great weapon in your arsenal against hemorrhoids.
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Want More Recipes?

For more recipes that may help lower your odds of developing hemorrhoids, go to the main recipe directory of's Guide to Preventing Hemorrhoids.

You may also be interested in exploring our pages dedicated to providing more general diet tips on how to prevent hemorrhoids. Be also sure to check out the overview of the best anti-hemorrhoid foods.