One pot and you're done—delicious recipes using everyday kitchen equipment
With every day so busy, wouldn't you just love to throw everything in one pot and have dinner ready? With Weight Watchers® One Pot Cookbook, you'll find 300 super-tasty and healthy one-dish recipes that the whole family will love. 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 300 delicious and comforting one-pot recipes that include casseroles, pastas, soups and stews, light stir-fries, and desserts—all accompanied by 100 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.
Also included in this ultimate cookbook:
- All recipes include nutrition information and Weight Watchers PointsPlus values
- Extra Healthy Tips provide easy suggestions for additions to the recipes
- Tons of introductory information on each type of pot—from skillets to slow cookers—is also included
For great-tasting, nutritious meals that are easy to prepare and quick to clean up, turn to Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook.
About the Author
WEIGHT WATCHERS INTERNATIONAL, INC. is the world's leading provider of weight management services, operating globally through a network of Company-owned and franchise operations. Weight Watchers holds almost 50,000 meetings each week where members receive group support and learn about healthy eating patterns, behavior modification and physical activity. WeightWatchers.com provides innovative, subscription weight management products over the Internet and is the leading Internet-based weight management provider in the world. In addition, Weight Watchers offers a wide range of products, publications and programs for those interested in weight loss and weight control. Since October 2015, Oprah Winfrey has been a part-owner and spokesperson for the program.
Table of Contents
viii ABOUT OUR RECIPES
1 Chapter 1 IN A BOWL
Toss-It-Together Salads & Sandwiches
28 Chapter 2 IN A SKILLET
Quick & Easy Breakfasts, Lunches & Dinners
62 Chapter 3 IN A WOK
Make It Stir-Fried for Dinner
94 Chapter 4 IN A SAUCEPAN
Easy Breakfasts, Soups & More
120 Chapter 5 IN A DUTCH OVEN
Bountiful Stews, Braises & Chilies
158 Chapter 6 IN A ROASTING PAN
Hearty Main Dishes—Beef, Pork, Chicken & More
196 Chapter 7 IN A CASSEROLE DISH
226 Chapter 8 IN A SLOW COOKER
Easy-Does-It Main Dishes
256 Chapter 9 ON THE GRILL
No-Fuss Meat, Chicken, Fish & Vegetarian Dishes
292 Chapter 10 IN SOMETHING DIFFERENT
Waffles, Panini Dishes, Pressure Cooker Specials & Fondues
314 Chapter 11 IN A BAKING PAN
Make It Sweet: Cakes, Quick Breads, Buckles & Bar Cookies
342 Chapter 12 IN A BOWL OR POT
Stir It Sweet: No-Fuss Puddings, Sorbets, Compotes & More
360 RECIPES BY PointsPlus value
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Another great cookbook to add to my Weight Watchers collection. It's filled with delicious and healthy recipes that range in difficulty, but there's plenty of great options for the less advanced cook. One pot meals equal comfort food to me, and I'm glad I found a book that has a healthier alternative to hearty meals, especially during this cold, cold winter. Love that all the recipes tell me the PointsPlus values, which helps me stay on track with my plan. I plan to buy this for my Nook as well so I can have it with me on the go and while I'm food shopping.
This isn't really what I expected and I'm fairly disappointed with it. The recipes are all really weird (one has rabbit in it, really?) and I don't think I'd make any of them. I really enjoy cooking and was looking for healthy, one-pot meals that I could feed the entire family. This isn't the book for me.
The recipes are strange and very heavy on the tomatoes. They all taste similar-"Asian" type of taste. I've had to modify some of them because the ingredients are bizarre. There's probably 10 good recipes in the entire book.
I love this cookbook. Lots of pictures. A great variety of foods and styles of cooking, all with easily found ingredients with clear directions. I have three sons and a foodie husband. They love what I cook from this book. Try the Margarita Chicken, Korean Tacos and French Chicken Stew and so many others.
This book contains great, healthy recipes that would be well received by folks not even on Weight Watchers. I like the fact that it is a mix of cooking methods - not just crock pot or stir fry, those there are those too. I've already bought two as gifts besides the one I bought myself.