Weight Watchers All-Time Favorites: Over 200 Best-Ever Recipes from the Weight Watchers Test Kitchens

by Weight Watchers

An enticing  collection featuring more than 200 of the best-loved Weight Watchers recipes, from Shrimp and Sausage Paella to Boston Cream Pie.

  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780470169995
  • ISBN-10: 0470169990
  • Pages: 312
  • Publication Date: 10/18/2007
  • Carton Quantity: 10
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  • About the Book
    This full-color cookbook is an exciting collection of the best recipes ever developed by the experts at Weight Watchers—225 tempting dishes never before presented in book form. If you’re a fan of the Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook but are looking even more recipe choices, this new Weight Watchers collection will be an irresistible new kitchen companion. It’s packed with recipes that you’ll love, whether you’re cooking for a weeknight family supper, a casual backyard get-together with neighbors, or a festive gathering with friends.

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    "Where no food is a sin" is a slogan for the British version of Weight Watchers®, and this book illustrates that tenet. The recipes, arranged by type, do not sound like diet food—e.g., Bacon, Egg and Cheese Casserole, Pork and Rice-Stuffed Cabbage, Berry and Cream Cheese Open-Face Sandwiches, Fettuccine with Gorgonzola and Toasted Walnuts, and Boston Cream Pie. Mexican, Italian, German, and Moroccan are a sampling of the international flavors of the all-time favorites. The recipes that are suitable for Weight Watchers' Core Plan are marked with an icon, and POINTS® are listed for the Flex Plan. Nutritional information is also included, and each recipe is followed by a suggestion or hint. Although some of the recipes are similar to those in other Weight Watchers cookbooks, fans of the system will enjoy this new source. Recommended for culinary collections as a general cookbook with simple and fast dishes that are delicious.

    —Christine Bulson, SUNY at Oneonta Lib. (Library Journal, April 1, 2008)