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    Weight Watchers Core Recipes - WW

    When the Weight Watchers Core program was introduced, I immediately switched plans and began collecting recipes that fit well within the Core Food lists. In a nutshell, the program emphasizes meals that are rich in grains, legumes, vegetables and lean proteins (animal or soy). No flour, no sugar and no baked goods. All of these are Core, can easily be made Core with some minor modifications, or where the non-Core ingredient is a point or less per serving or easily separated from the rest of a dish (e.g., bread in a sandwich where the filling is Core. Some of my most common substitutions include using olive oil instead of butter whenever possible (will also reduce the oil to meet the 2 teaspoon allotment in most recipes); using arrowroot in place of flour or cornstarch in thickening sauces; yogurt and yogurt cheese instead of sour cream and cream cheese; Splenda for sugar; replacing white rice with brown rice or couscous; whole wheat pasta instead of regular; chicken broth for small amounts of white wine, and the use of flavorings and extracts in lieu of some ingredients (e.g, maple extract for small amounts of maple syrup). Where I've tried the recipe, see my review for the modifications made. Great flavors are key to being satisfied and these fit the bill. If you have questions about a recipe and how to prepare it with modifications, just z-mail me. (cover photo by PaulaG - Chicken and Barley Chili)
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    3 Reviews |  By chia

    got a similar recipe in my email, it reads : "Quick-cooking barley replaces rice in this classic Caribbean combo. Barley is rich in soluble fiber and makes a good whole-grain choice because it is digested slowly, leaving you feeling satisfied longer." as a barley lover i had to try it, and add my own ingredients.i used fresh grown peppers ,tomatoes,and a handful of fresh oregano and basil. enjoy!

    Recipe #100577

    A nice change from rice or potatoes, with the added benefit of extra fiber. This recipe is from Light and Tasty.

    Recipe #152415

    Found this recipe in Taste of Home by Kerry Sullivan. WW points caluculated using the nutritional analysis provided in the cookbook. One serving is 3/4 cup.

    Recipe #58742

    5 Reviews |  By Anu

    Dry milk adds texture and protein without fat or a lot of calories. Try this easy concoction with your favorite fruit: strawberries, blackberries, bananas, kiwi, peaches or cherries, for example. I use apples or bananas, and even chickoos (a sweet, brown-coloured fruit that we get here). This recipe is from www.verybestbaking.com, a Nestle website.

    Recipe #30262

    4 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    For the Vegan option use a Vegan sugar.

    Recipe #38938

    What a great summer drink or breakfast smoothie!

    Recipe #63266

    We have one of these almost everyday! 1 WW point and so easy and so good! I use Diet Sierra Mist, but you can also substitute Diet Sprite or Diet 7-Up and I'd think you'd get the same result. Also, we use the frozen smoothie blend fruit, but you can use anything you'd like! Enjoy.

    Recipe #101141

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Papaya's are rich in antioxidants. Contains many minerals a good source of potassium & magnesium. When they are green they contain a good source of papain a protein-digesting enzyme similar to bromelain. Which is used in meat tenderizers. Berries are a good source of anticancer compound ellagic acid. Studies have shown those that ate strawberries were 3 times less likely to develop cancer then those that didn't eat them.

    Recipe #115617

    Posted for recipe swap.

    Recipe #122450

    This is from a cookbook I have called the Healthy Heart Cookbook. I work in cardiology so I like to submit recipes that taste good and are still somewhat healthy. This is delicious!!!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #50627

    19 Reviews |  By Kree

    This oatmeal is a great change from the norm! I got the recipe from VegWeb.

    Recipe #68832

    This is a nice way to sneak some fiber into your diet and also have a healthy breakfast. I do not make this oatmeal too sweet, but you could adjust the sugar/splenda amounts if you prefer sweeter oatmeals. This would be great with some chopped walnuts or pecans also.

    Recipe #102176

    I have created one delicious oatmeal! It sort of reminds me of the Quaker peaches and cream oatmeal. I still prefer this oatmeal however, which is healthier, to packaged any day.

    Recipe #117412

    Another low fat meal that is only 4 points without rice.

    Recipe #66492

    10 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Simple, low-fat, and tastes great! Try it over pasta.

    Recipe #14329

    This is another recipe that was in a cookbooklet I received from chef pines506. This would be good served with slices of hot cornbread.

    Recipe #114234

    I came up with this when I couldn't decide between chicken cacciatore or something more Tex-Mex. I also wanted a "real" meal without having to work too hard at it. We really enjoyed this. Other cuts of chicken can be used, although I recommend staying away from boneless skinless breasts because I think they tend to dry out in a slow cooker. Since every one's crock pots heat differently and grains can be tricky to cook in a CP, you may have to fool a little bit with the timing on the rice and barley. You could also make that separately and just add it in at serving time. Cooked the way I did it, it almost had a risotto-like texture to it.

    Recipe #115903

    I got this recipe from my friend Shelly. I made a few modifications for my family and now it's one of our favorite dinners. It is very low point friendly (if you're on Weight Watchers) and high in taste. We have enjoyed it year round.

    Recipe #117037

    Serve this with lemon wedges for guests to squeeze onto their chicken.

    Recipe #780

    36 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I don't know who Bob is and I haven't tried this; it was emailed to me by my SIL. Sounds good!

    Recipe #21084

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