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Cooking from Weight Watchers cookbooks, pamphlets, and other WW recipes

The Dairy Queen | Feb 24, 2014 01:34 PM

We have a very active monthly, revolving thread for WW Foodies (here’s February 2014: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9626...), usually thanks to roxlet’s generous hospitality.

Occasionally, someone mentions in those threads a recipe they tried from a Weight Watchers cookbook, pamphlet or website.

This “cooking from” thread is intended to be kind of a “master” index of reports on all of those various and sundry Weight Watchers recipes so that we don’t lose track of those reports as the months march on and new “WW Foodies” monthly threads get created.

I plan to report on the WW recipes I try in the current WW Foodies thread, then provide a link to that report in this “Cooking from” thread. If you are cooking from any WW books or recipes, feel free to do the same. Jump in and join the discussion in the WW Foodie thread then link back here or report directly here, whatever works best for you.

If you’re cooking from any Weight Watchers cookbooks or pamphlets or website, please join in and share your results!

Guidelines: in your report, please mention:
- The name of the recipe
- The book or pamphlet the recipe is from , and, if you wish, a little blurb about the book’s focus or whatecer
- A link to the recipe if at all possible
- Which “plan” the recipe relates to if you know, Turnaround, Momentum, Winning Points? (in other words, if you ‘re reporting on an older recipe that uses one of the “points” schemes that may not line up with the current “PointsPlus” scale, it might be helpful for people to know that).
- Any modifications you made.
- Any modifications you WISH you'd made.
- And whatever else you want to share about shopping, prepping, eating and serving the resultant dish. Loved it? Hated it? Too diety? Did your partner like it? Could you serve it to guests? Whatever you feel like sharing.

And, of course, while you may paraphrase any recipe using your own words, please note that verbatim copying of recipes to the boards is a violation of the copyright of the original author. Posts with copied recipes will be removed.

Thank you for cooking and eating along!

~TDQ

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