The Ultimate Kitchen Companion with Over 300 Recipes
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You don't have to belong to Weight Watchers to enjoy quick-and-easy slow cooker, skillet, casserole, wok, roasting pan meals, but you'll get all the advantages anyway. From salads and sandwiches to casseroles, pasta, soups and stews, and stir-fries, the over 300 no-fuss mains in Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook come together and clean up with ease, taste great and are great for you too. And they all come with nutrition information and Weight Watchers PointsPlus Values™. Slim down with delicious dishes like Rosemary-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Tomatoes, and Creamy Rice Pudding with Cherries and Almonds. Special chapters highlight recipes for the panini press, waffle maker, fondue pot and pressure cooker, too. Color photos.
Hardcover Book : 400 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ( December 20, 2011 )
Item #: 13-437969
Product Dimensions: 8.0 x 9.5 inches
Product Weight: 47.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Did not like the layout of this book.
So far I have really enjoyed this book. Not to complicated and the meals have been good
I got this book as a gift for my Sister-In-Law and she loved it! She likes Weight Watchers cookbooks and has a few already:), but she liked this one especially because she uses her crockpot frequently and a one pot cookbook sounded a great idea to her. She looked thru all the pages and admired the pretty photos as well.
I have only tried a couple of recipes from this cookbook, The Pasta, Bacon & Roasted Pepper Fritata was a flop. It had little or no flavor and scared me a bit for anything diet. I bought it because of the "One Pot" theme.
I will say this, for some good meal ideas, and a starter for your way of cooking (with flavor) it is a good one. I plan on trying a lot of the other ideas and add my own zest (and calories).
Reviewer: Michael H
This book arrived because I didn't decline it, an oversight. I don't follow WW so I wouldn't normally have even considered this book. I have to eat gluten free but usually just make adjustments to 'regular recipes. I love to use the slowcooker so this one pot cookbook peaked my interest. Reading reviews on another sight I decided to give it a try. I made a splitpea soup on page 109, combined the two recipes based on what I had on hand. The flavors were very good, the only issue is not all the peas cooked. I'm under the impression they might be old, but have never cooked them before.Next I made pulled pork on page 234. It was very good and I like the addition of cabbage to the meat, only added dashes of hot sauce and a spoon of molasses so it was more like the BBQ sauce I have made in the past. I look forward to trying many more of these recipes.