59 Nutritious Crockpot Chicken Recipes – Weight Watchers Point Plus Value Included! [Sales For a Limited Time] (The Crockpot Cookbook Best Seller)

March 7, 2012 by  
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59 Nutritious Crockpot Chicken Recipes - Weight Watchers Point Plus Value Included! [Sales For a Limited Time] (The Crockpot Cookbook Best Seller)

59 Nutritious Crockpot Chicken Recipes - Weight Watchers Point Plus Value Included! [Sales For a Limited Time] (The Crockpot Cookbook Best Seller)

Title: 59 Nutritious Crockpot Chicken Recipes - Weight Watchers Point Plus Value Included (The Crockpot Cookbook Best Seller)

KINDLE SPECIAL EDITION: Clickable Table of Contents for Easy Navigation!

Edition No. 2 - New Version. In Edition No. 1 I uploaded the draft, consequently you see the negative reviews of typos on the first page. The Recipes are all done with QUALITY and well worth the price!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction: Weight Watchers Point Plus

1. White Wine Chicken WW PointsPlus: 7 Points
2. Rice Chicken and Beans WW PointsPlus: 7 Points
3. Basil Celery Crockpot Chicken WW PointsPlus: 6 Points
4. Veggie Croc

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One Response to “59 Nutritious Crockpot Chicken Recipes – Weight Watchers Point Plus Value Included! [Sales For a Limited Time] (The Crockpot Cookbook Best Seller)”
  1. Lucy Ditty says:
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Chicken Crockpot Collection, February 16, 2012
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    This review is from: 59 Nutritious Crockpot Chicken Recipes – Weight Watchers Point Plus Value Included! [Sales For a Limited Time] (The Crockpot Cookbook Best Seller) (Kindle Edition)

    The introduction has some typos and poorly written text in it. Examples: “So I’ve together this Crockpot recipes,” “all about the different ways you can cook CHICKEN Crocopot.”

    There is a hyperlinked table of contents that shows 59 recipes. Be aware that at least 3 recipes are not “chicken” recipes (see below). One recipe is listed twice in the table of contents. I counted the recipes twice and came up with 57 recipes; I’m not going to research further to see where the problem might be.

    There is an explanation of the Weight Watchers Points Plus program with the following note:
    “Please note that this is not the official Weight Watchers formula. Source is from Wikipedia.” I did not check to see if point values or nutrition information are accurate.

    One recipe calls for
    “2 Tbs. Wine
    Red 1 10 Oz Peas, Frozen — thawed”

    Obviously the line break is in the wrong spot, but it’s a lack of attention to detail.

    One recipe says to add the bacon and vegetable mixture to the pot, “the olives (optional).” There are no olives in the ingredient list. One recipe calls for “2 cups of anise root.” I had difficulty finding “anise root” on some of my trusted cooking sites, but this could be fennel. (Seems like a lot of fennel to me, but I don’t use the stuff because I don’t like the anise flavor.) The “Chili Crockpot Chicken” calls for ground turkey breast or lean ground beef. The “Crockpot Soup” calls for ground beef sirloin. The “Crockpot Split Pea Soup” has ham. One recipe calls for “1 cup frozen small onions.” In looking online, I do see several similar recipes and they do indicate they should be thawed.

    The title says “nutritious” crockpot recipes. Several recipes call for condensed soup, which I personally avoid. Some recipes call for 2 or 3 cans of the stuff. There are also recipes calling for rice mixes, boxed stuffing, or a skillet dinner mix. Easy, sure. Nutritious, I’m not so sure about as there are no veggies in some of the multi-can recipes and what seems to be a large amount of sodium. I would strongly recommend looking at the recipes for more than “points” – look at the calorie count, the fat, and the sodium.

    In my opinion, evaluating this book for my own use, it gets 3 stars. There are a lot of recipes I won’t use because of the condensed soups or “mix” ingredients. Some recipes do seem to be “variations on a theme,” such as 3 different recipes for Chicken Cacciatore and 2 for Italian crockpot chicken. The recipes are slightly different, though, and not duplicates. There are a couple of recipes I will probably use, one in particular calling for zucchini, raisins, and other veggies, which I didn’t have in my collection.

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