Weight watchers cookbook for one

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weight watchers cookbook for one

Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook by Weight Watchers

I wanted to like this cookbook...the Italian recipes are good. But the tuna casserole was bland. When I got to summer vegetable risotto, I would have taken bland any day over this. The recipe calls for a 1/4 cup of dry white wine OR vermouth. I used leftover dry vermouth we had for martinis that we only got a few months ago. We had a lot left. The flavor combination of corn and vermouth I can tell you, is a disgusting one! I blame myself for not just buying the white wine, but then why does the recipe say or vermouth. Zucchini, corn, brown rice AND vermouth is truly a disgusting combination. Please take my word on it.

Also it says one pot in the cookbook title, but I assure you, youre gonna need more than one usually. Or youll need to splurge on a flameproof casserole dish which brings you back to just using a couple of damn pots you already own. I mean really?!

Not impressed...and I cant get the smell of vermouth and corn scents mixing and mingling out of my olfactory senses.
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Published 02.03.2019

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This post is sponsored by Weight Watchers. I am beyond thrilled to work with a company I absolutely love. Well that stops now. If I can cut everyone else slack, why not cut myself some too? So many people have added their comments of support and how Weight Watchers is the one thing that really works.

With every day so busy, wouldn't you just love to throw everything in one pot and have dinner ready? These no-fuss recipes are more than just easy—they are healthy and nutritious, as they come from the culinary experts at Weight Watchers. You'll find over delicious and comforting one-pot recipes that include casseroles, pastas, soups and stews, light stir-fries, and desserts—all accompanied by beautiful, 4-color photographs. Organized by type of cooking vessel—everything from casserole dishes, skillets, woks, saucepans, slow cookers, pressure cookers, even specialty equipment such as fondue pots—this book lets you make the most of your kitchen tools while cooking delicious meals for the whole family. For great-tasting, nutritious meals that are easy to prepare and quick to clean up, turn to Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook. I was actually hoping for more crock pot recipes, but in good old 'diet' fashion, most of the recipes were salads, or skillets and contained fish, which I don't eat. Was looking for something really new and just didn't find it.

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Find cooking for one disheartening? Rather than viewing cooking as a chore, make the time to enjoy it. Put on music, prepare a platter of fresh veggie sticks to snack on, and cook up a storm. When cooking, prepare two or three dishes in bulk, such as soups or casseroles. When eating by yourself, it pays to have a well-stocked pantry and freezer.

Over 2, healthy recipes with macros and Weight Watchers Smart Points from their latest freestyle program. Find WW Points on everything from breakfast to dessert! I decided to give Weight Watchers a chance after trying low-carb diets with no success. I finally figured out the formula to success in my kitchen and waste-line! I love Weight Watchers eating everything in moderation approach, and go back to tracking anytime I need to lose a few pounds, such as after having my babies, after vacations, etc. I hope these recipes help you along your WW journey.


  1. Altiaringda says:

    So instead of a bowl of popcorn, you see two points.

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