The Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook is one of the newest in my ever growing Weight Watchers Cookbook collection. The colorful cover drew me in as soon as I laid my eyes on it at Costco last year…
With a title like “Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook ,” I expected this to be a book devoted to typical one pot dishes: soups, stews and casseroles. But it’s much more comprehensive than that, with recipes for dishes made in bowls, on the grill and with specialty appliances, such as the pressure cooker and panini press .
The Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook is a collection of more than 300 all-in-one recipes organized into 12 chapters by the tools or appliances you’d use to make them. Are you in the mood to toss dinner together in a bowl? Pull out a saucepan? Turn on the grill? Or plug in the slow-cooker? You’ll find dozens of tempting recipes for these kitchen essentials and more. And 100 beautiful color photographs too.
Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook Review
Each chapter begins with a description of and information about the featured utensil.
You know a cookbook is a winner when upon opening it and flipping through, you run to get your sticky notes to start flagging the recipes you want to try.
What I liked about most of the recipes in the Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook was that they seemed much more accessible and in alignment with my tastes than some of their other cookbooks. They call for the kinds of ingredients an average person living in an average town should be able to find at their local grocery store. There are a few fancy ingredients, but not too many. (But they are definitely more sophisticated than the recipes in the last book I reviewed: The Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet Cookbook.)
And because this is a Weight Watchers cookbook, the Weight Watchers One Pot cookbook includes complete nutrition information and the Points Plus values for all the recipes, so you don’t have to calculate them.
And I’ve flagged a couple of dozen more including: Cuban Style Picadillo, Turkey Salad with Chutney, Winter Squash Sage Risotto, Chili Rubbed Tenderloin with Spanish Peppers and Potatoes, Reuben Casserole, Deep Dark Mocha Pudding and Frosted Chocolate Zucchini Mini Cupcakes.
If you enjoy cooking, but are in need of some tasty healthy inspiration, I’d say give Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook a look.
*PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc. All recipe ingredients except optional items included in determining nutritional estimates. SmartPoints® values calculated WITHOUT Weight Watchers Zero Points fruits and vegetables using the WW Recipe Builder.
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