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

 

by Weight Watchers

Book Description
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.

From the Back Cover
Best-Loved Recipes from Weight Watchers—Collected for the First Time!
Here, in one terrific volume, is an exciting collection of the most prized recipes from Weight Watchers. Whether you're cooking for a weeknight family supper, a casual backyard get-together with neighbors, or a festive gathering with friends, All-Time Favorites has it all.

Following the Flex Plan? On the Core Plan? No problem. You'll find recipes for tasty appetizers, refreshing salads,hearty soups, scrumptious main dishes (plenty of them one-dish and easy too), and spectacular desserts that fit the billfor both plans.

And of course, as with all Weight Watchers cookbooks, you'll find that counting POINTS values and staying on track is a snap with deliciously satisfying recipes such as:

Crunchy Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce
Ham and Chickpea Salad
Mustardy Pot Roast with Vegetables
Easy Chicken Cacciatore
Shrimp and Sausage Paella
Nectarine-Strawberry Cobbler

With All-Time Favorites, you'll find chapters devoted to the best-ever brunches and lunches, 15-minute fixes that are sure to please, and the tastiest—and easiest—slow-cooker recipes ever. You'll love it!

 

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