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WW points - current cookbooks

chefann

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I just got the rest of my Spring samples, and the first thing I did (before I even unpacked the box!) was to update the Weight Watchers points list.

The list with recipes from the retired books is available through a file search. Look for a document with WW in the title.

And please remember that my information is in the footers on both of these documents. I'm happy to take any orders from your customers calling me instead of you... but would rather you put your info in the footer so that you can keep your customers. ;)

For newer consultants who wonder just what these lists are for... they're a great bonus hand-out for customers who purchase our cookbooks, especially after mentioning that they're watching their weight. Several members around here have recently posted about setting up displays at Weight Watcher meeting centers. These files would be a great freebie to distribute there. You can also use one for personal reference, if you're picking show recipes that are diet-friendly.
 

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Jolie_Paradoxe

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You are so awesome! Thanks for updating and sharing! I'd have no clue on how to go about doing this conversion. :D
 

CathyP

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Thank you so much for doing this. I have lots of hosts and guests who are on WW. Having your points list makes it soooo easy to plan a recipe to demo for them.:thumbup:
 

Ginger428

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Thanks SO much Ann.....:D
 

smart2cook

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I am presently on WW and I sincerely appreciate the work you have put into this-I also have many people that are always looking for this info and they love the recipes PC has to offer. Congratulations on your first year!
 

AudraKYPCLady

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are these points per serving or per dish? Just wondering, I had a friend mention that she wouldn't do a show for me because she is doing weight watchers and didn't want to not be able to eat anything. I mentioned there were conversions and we could do a 'weight watchers' show and she loved the idea. Thanks!!!
 

ChefBeckyD

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are these points per serving or per dish? Just wondering, I had a friend mention that she wouldn't do a show for me because she is doing weight watchers and didn't want to not be able to eat anything. I mentioned there were conversions and we could do a 'weight watchers' show and she loved the idea. Thanks!!!

interesting statement, since WW's big claim is that you can go anywhere, eat and still stay on track. Obviously, that's not the reality of the program.
 

chefann

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are these points per serving or per dish? Just wondering, I had a friend mention that she wouldn't do a show for me because she is doing weight watchers and didn't want to not be able to eat anything. I mentioned there were conversions and we could do a 'weight watchers' show and she loved the idea. Thanks!!!

They're per serving, based on the numbers HO puts on each recipe (calories, fat and fiber per serving). Obviously, altering serving size will affect points.
 

pamperedharriet

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Thanks so much, Ann! You always come through for us!
 

rkcreations

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Wonderful!!!! Thanks so much!!!
 

Dotty

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I just found this handy dandy sheet on the files list. Thank you SO much Ann!!
 

jwpamp

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Just found this, Ann. Thank you so very much! Bumping for others.
 

Jeans Garden

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Ann, I'm a new consultant and just found out today that my offical Grand Opening show starts one hour after the grand opening of Weight Watchers here in our town of 1,100 people. I promised some WW friendly recipies and had no idea where I would get them. And I just signed my first recruit and she is one of the ones who got WW here. YOU are a life saver!! I think my cookbook sales will soar!

THANK YOU!!!

Jean
 

clshirk

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This is perfect! I'm working my first booth at a weight watchers meeting tomorrow night and I'm trying to come up with some creative ideas. This is awesome! I found something like this online but it was almost 6-7 years old...cookbooks were older versions.
 

BlueMoon

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CL, it was I had just joined weight watchers when I saw the 15 min fajitas, and that's what made me buy the DCB. Told my friends about it at the next meeting, and made it at a potluck. That's the recipe that is getting me a bunch of parties when I sign up--and part of the reason I am signing up!

Lots of PC recipes are great for WW, and cooking your own food is such a great way to be healthy. Have a great event, and I hope you get some recruits!
Marghi
 
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Thanks so much for this resource.
 

pcchefjane

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interesting statement, since WW's big claim is that you can go anywhere, eat and still stay on track. Obviously, that's not the reality of the program.

Yes you can do that! Some people who do WW are so "diet-mentality" that they leave out bread, pasta, and sweets and think they are doing "WW". To me they are on a diet! I am down 30 pounds since Feb 22 on WW...probably 50 from last year's Conference! Walking on a walker instead of using a scooter... doing Poolates 3 days a week...and Wii Fit Plus 2-3 days a week. I don't get why people go on WW then still DIEt! I had no problem at NC eating! I knew my point values from my books and ate more or less what I wanted to. I didn't indulge in the desserts because I don't like to "waste" points on that! I do eat all kinds of WW desserts all the time. It's sad to see people on the best healthy eating lifestyle there is and not eat...
 

byrd1956

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Thank you so much Ann! So timely, having a show today and making WW lemon cake in Rice Cooker w/WW pudding and doing a taste of the rubs w/pretzels!
 

emo812

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Awesome! Thanks so much!
 

magentablue

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I am assuming this was figured out with the old points program, is that correct? Does an updated list exist?

TA, ChefAnn for creating this and sharing it!
 

Ginger428

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I am assuming this was figured out with the old points program, is that correct? Does an updated list exist?

TA, ChefAnn for creating this and sharing it!

These are all from the old WW...I think the new one is too new for someone to convert them.....HTH :D
 

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