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    WW (Waist Whittlers)

    My guide to non-eating my way to a reasonable weight again. The creativity of the collective Zaar community amazes me! I add recipes to this book almost daily. While not all of these are low fat/ low calorie and already WW friendly, they are tweakable to fit into a diet plan. Please make yourself at home! Sit back, grab a glass of water and peruse my cookbook. The beautiful cover photo,Fat-free Chewy Chocolate Cookies, courtesy of justcallmetoni.
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    This fabulous dessert is 3 WW points a serving and can be made with fresh, canned, or frozen fruit. It is adapted from a recipe in the "More With Less Cookbook." Incredibly easy to make, I fall back on this when unexpected company comes for dinner.

    Recipe #73927

    8 Reviews |  By Shosh

    I got this recipe from a nutritionist. It makes any plain salad come alive!

    Recipe #83762

    This sauce is lower in fat than traditional Alfredo Sauce but full of flavour. Great as a side with grilled chicken or double it for a meal with meat filled pasta.

    Recipe #12365

    39 Reviews |  By KelBel

    From the WW Core Board Core- 1 pt. Flex- 4pt

    Recipe #176818

    I got this from a Weight Watchers message board that featured Core recipes.

    Recipe #274960

    Last year I posted this recipe from another Weight Watchers member at a meeting. With the helpful comments from other 'Zaar' members, I made some adjustments. If you like cabbage rolls but not the work of making them, this is a perfect recipe for you. There is a similar recipe posted on the 'Zaar', but this one has a few differences and is worth the try.

    Recipe #115063

    The launch of Weight Watchers Core Program is quickly inspiring recipes that use neither sugar nor flour. These tasty cakes can be served at breakfast or to accompany an entree. I made them with Recipe #64718 and got raves.

    Recipe #98761

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Found this in the cookbook The Duchess of York and Weight Watchers and thought that it looked yummy.

    Recipe #276279

    36 Reviews |  By xpnsve

    Seasoned meat and vegetables are nestled under creamy mashed potatoes and then baked to form a sensational, savory pie. 5 POINTS per serving.

    Recipe #193216

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Although this yummy dessert does not meet the criteria for a 'Lite-Bleu' menu plan, it is still quite low in calories.

    Recipe #350590

    A lightened-up version of a comfort food favorite! I haven't made it yet, but will soon! From the Hamilton, OH Journal News, recipe by Jeanne Jones.

    Recipe #332905

    8 servings --- 1/2 cup = 1 point --- cooking time is 2 hours chilling time.

    Recipe #301028

    These are easy and turned out beautifully on my first attempt! If I made them in jumbo muffin tins (which yes, I own!) they would be Starbucks worthy at a fraction of the cost and sooooo low fat! Jumbo would only be 6 points (compared to McDonalds low fat 9 point muffins or fruit and fibre for 12). I used granny smith apples but you can use any.

    Recipe #375927

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    A simple quick dish to make and enjoy

    Recipe #263765

    This is out of a Weight Watchers cookbook called "Two's Company". I always double it and freeze them. DH gave them an excellent rating. They are easy to make and oh so good! 4 pointplus per scone. Hope you enjoy! Update: Just made these again tonight. You can use any dried fruit like, apricots (my favorite), dates, raisins etc. I add the dried fruit to the flour mixture before adding the yogurt. I plan to make them with dried apples, adding a touch of cinnamon and topping them with cinnamon sugar. I also use 1/2 the sugar on top.

    Recipe #214963

    Moist and tasty! For those on WW, it's an easy, economical homemade alternative to buying the overpriced WW baked goods in the grocery store. This recipe is courtesy of the WW website.

    Recipe #154636

    I must confess, I didn't follow this recipe like a low-fat recipe, but I did enjoy this very much. Instead of olive oil I used butter, and I used regular thick-sliced pepper bacon instead of turkey bacon. I added regular corn and creamed corn (I wound up doubling the amount listed), and I used regular half and half instead of fat-free. Instead of low-fat chicken broth I used my own homemade broth from the freezer, and I skipped pureeing the soup and just put the cooked bacon in with the other ingredients. Finally, I doubled the amount of bell peppers and used red potatoes with the skin left on them. I'm usually impressed with Weight Watcher's low-fat recipes so my guess is you can enjoy it either way. Recipe courtesy of Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook 2011.

    Recipe #450045

    I received a Hungry Girl email today and this was one of the recipes that were featured. Here is what the email said about the recipe: These things are large, fiber-packed, portable, and SOOO DELICIOUS!!!! Make a batch in the PM, and you'll have super-quick b-fasts for the next few AMs! HG Alternative! If you don't feel like whipping out the blender to grind that Fiber One, simply leave the F1 crumbs out of the recipe. Your cookies won't be as high in fiber, but they'll still taste great and clock in with a POINTS. value of 2* each.

    Recipe #321038

    This is a sweet, spicy delicious meal! You could serve this over Dreamfield's pasta if you can afford the carbs or if you are not watching your carbs just serve it over rice or pasta.

    Recipe #419100

    18 Reviews |  By Bergy

    A few years ago this was all the rage. Has great flavor and is only about 12 calories that make you feel as if you are cheating

    Recipe #30824

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