5 WW Cookbooks to Celebrate Cookbook Month
October is Cookbook Month and we’re celebrating with these five WW cookbooks! One way to keep on track with healthy eating is to keep things interesting and mix up your recipe routine. So if you’re looking for inspiration, check out these WW cookbooks chockfull of Budget-friendly eats.
We’ve all heard of the health benefits of a Mediterranean diet – from heart health to brain health to reduced cancer risk – so why not give the 100-plus recipes from this cookbook a try?
The Mediterranean Table Cookbook also offers helpful tips for stocking your pantry and using spice blends and fresh herbs. These recipes will take you on flavour trips to Italy, Greece, France, Tunisia, and Morocco. You’ll enjoy great food and learn how to embrace the Mediterranean lifestyle: gathering loved ones around the table, celebrating the best of the season, taking time with your cooking, and enjoying meals mindfully.
Done in One is all about getting meals on the table quickly. These flavourful recipes all require just a single pot, pan or appliance. You can make sheet-pan meals, like garlic-thyme chicken, cauliflower, potatoes and olives, or “bubble up” pizza in a single cast iron pan.
This book is full of vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free options, and also offers bonus “how to” sections on how to purchase and maintain cookware.
Lunch Plans Cookbook is your one-stop shop for midday meal prep! It offers 101 easy-to-understand SmartPoints-friendly recipes to make lunch a breeze. It’s full of packable options, prep-ahead ideas and ways to leverage leftovers.
If you are already a plant-based eater, or want to explore it, this cookbook is for you! From veggie-packed breakfasts to fruity desserts, there are tons of simple, plant-forward recipes to inspire delicious and nutritious meals. You can enjoy tasty meals and stay on track toward your goals.
This one’s got a little bit of everything, 135 of WW’s best recipes. These recipes cover breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and are separated by seasons to make meal planning more convenient. And they are listed by their SmartPoints values too so you can fit into your WW plan.