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The BEST Weight Watcher Cookbook Yet!,
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This review is from: Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook (Hardcover)
I have quite a few Weight Watcher cookbooks, but this is my ALL-time favorite. The recipes in most of the WW cookbooks are a bit different and take some not-so normal ingredients, but this one is not like that. The ingredients in this cookbook contain typical home ingredients. The recipes are absolutely delicious and easy to prepare, using only one pan!
Of course, the points plus value is included so you don't have to figure that out for yourself.
Note: This does not include desserts, appetizers, and side dishes. This cookbook features main dishes only. However, you won't need side dishes with these dishes. Each recipes includes protein and vegetables and/or fruits. They're very filling, too.
If you are thinking of buying one WW cookbook, buy this one. #1 on my list!
This review is based on the book, not the Kindle version.
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Initial post: Jan 19, 2012 5:04:27 PM PST
Allison C says:
Maybe your book is missing some pages?
Chapter 11 is called "In a Baking Pan." It has recipes for Fallen Chocolate Cake, Chocolate-Ginger Bundt Cake, Applesauce Cake, Blueberry-Vanilla Cake, Raspberry Cheesecake Cups, and many more desserts (the chapter is almost 30 pages).
Chapter 12 is entitled "In a Bowl or Pot: Stir It Sweet: No-Fuss Puddings, Sorbets, Compotes & More" and features 18 recipes.
I just got my copy last week. Haven't used it yet, but will be breaking it in this week, I hope!
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 19, 2012 5:42:11 PM PST
Cynthia E. Downes says:
Thanks for this info - I missed this. Can't wait to try the desserts!
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