Weight Watchers Favorite Recipes: Over 280 Winning Dishes From Weight Watchers Members And Staff was published in 1986. I look for easy dishes to prepare for myself and to share with others. This cookbook has so many that I have post-it notes everywhere!
: Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo
At the beginning, of the cookbook, is Rise and Shine: Breakfasts and Brunches.
In a quick hurry for breakfast? How about Tomato-Cheese Toast?
Want something that would normally be a sin? How about Chocolate-Peanut Butter Bars?
Want to drink your breakfast? How about Breakfast in a Glass 1 or 2?
The next part is To Whet Your Appetite: Appetizers, Hors d'Oeuvres and Soups.
Do you ever go to parties and want to devour the cheese balls? How about making the recipes for Party-Cheese-Nut Ball or Sesame Cheese Ball?
In a hurry and need a quick hostess gift? How about Zucchini Hors d'Oeuvres from the Microwave?
The following is the section From The Bar: Salads and Dressings.
Bored with the same garden salad meal after meal? How about Cauliflower Salad?
Like Cucumber Salad but hate all of the onions? How about Cucumber-Sour Cream Salad?
Like Coleslaw but the find the dressing too fattening? How about Coleslaw with Yogurt Dressing?
Do you usually only treat yourself to cranberry on the holidays? How about whenever you want with Cranberry Relish Mold?
Like Chinese food? How about Chinese Chicken Salad?
A little different section is Mainly Meatless: Eggs, Cheese and Legumes.
Want to feel elite? How about Cheese Fondue?
A disappointing section is called Today's Catch: Seafood.
Another disappointing section is called Birds of a Feather: Poultry.
A more promising section is called From The Carving Board: Meats.
Want a quick snack? How about a Micro "Monte Carlo" Sandwich?
On The Side: Side Dishes and Sauces is the next section.
Ever wondered how to make your own pickles? How about Easy-to-Prepare Pickles?
Finally, following is the section From The Sweet Shop: Desserts.
Hungry for an ice cream splurge? How about Cantaloupe "Ice Cream"?
Love fruit period? How about Cream Fruit Salad?
Love peanut butter? How about Peanut Butter Balls?
Love shakes? How about a Yogurt Shake?
This cookbook was bought at a yard sale but I am sure it can be found on-line and worth the money spent. Who needs to pay for Weight Watchers Meetings when you may follow the cookbooks they publish? A gift that keeps on giving to yourself!