Weight Watchers cookbooks are a great option if you’re looking for nutritious and delicious recipes for you and your family. You don’t have to be a member to purchase them, as they offer a wide variety of dishes for anyone who wants a nourishing meal that is easy to prepare. However, if you do follow WW, the cookbooks are particularly helpful as many of the recipes come with the points already calculated, making meal planning and tracking much easier. Additionally, some recipes are tailored to be vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly, so you don’t need to wonder if they suit special diets.

While some WW cookbooks come in Ebook formatting, we love the hardcover and paperback books because there is nothing quite like opening up a physical book and flipping through the pages. With these cookbooks added to your collection, you have access to hundreds of delicious WW-friendly appetizers, snacks, entrees, and more that you can create. Furthermore, some cookbooks are even specially made for equipment like the WW Slow Cooker Cookbook and Weight Watchers Air Fryer Recipes. Whichever kind of food and cookware you’re into, we’re confident one or more of these cookbooks will be the right fit for you.

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1. Cooking 101 Cookbook

This cookbook is for all the beginner cooks out there who might be a little hesitant in the kitchen. Or maybe you have the confidence, but you are just unfamiliar with common cooking and baking terms. Either way, this book lays out all of the information in easy-to-understand ways and provides plenty of images for more accessible learning. In total, the paperback book has 128 recipes. It also contains QR codes, which make it easy to track your points.

2. Year-Round Grilling Cookbook

Do you have an indoor or an outdoor grill? This specialty Weight Watchers cookbook can help you develop new foods to try. It also goes over essential techniques for preparation by suggesting proper equipment and seasonings to pair with your food. If you just bought a brand-new grill and have never used one before, the book goes over key grilling tips as well. There are 110 recipes in total with straightforward portion suggestions, so you know exactly how much to serve yourself.

3. Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook, Smartpoints™ Edition

This spiral-bound cookbook is one of the most valuable and general cookbooks by Weight Watchers. It is the 5th edition of the Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook. With more than 500 recipes to try out, this book is for folks who are always in the kitchen and want to try new dishes. There are many recipes that are family and party-friendly, but it also has a nice mix of appetizers, beverages, and other recipes too.

Chicken tortilla soup and garnish ingredients of lime, cilantro, and tortilla.

4. The myWW™ Program Cookbook: Hardcover Edition

This cookbook is a hardcover, so it is sturdier and will hold up longer in a busy kitchen. It contains 130 recipes to help you make everything from breakfast to dessert and everything in between. This book has dishes you can make in a half-hour hour, so it’s great for families with a tight schedule. However, the only downfall is that the book was made when WW used a different point system. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that all recipes are incredibly flavorful and healthy!

5. Best of WW Recipes Cookbook

This Weight Watchers cookbook is unique since it categorizes the recipes into seasons instead of separating them by meal. Looking for a delicious fall dinner? Just look under the autumn section. Additionally, every recipe has nutrition and allergen amounts, so there is no guessing. There are 135 recipes in the book. However, you need to input the recipe title in the WW app to discover the point value for today’s Weight Watchers programs. Overall, this is the first volume of Best of WW, and it has more recipes than volume 2.

6. Best of WW, Volume 2 Cookbook

Here is the second edition of the best of WW recipes. Commonly, Weight Watchers members take a liking to specific recipes. These recipes are rounded up into the book for an overall great selection. This cookbook has 110 recipes, and many are hearty foods you can make for dinner or holidays. It’s also easier to keep track of your points since this book (unlike volume 1) has QR codes, so you don’t have to manually enter anything in the app. Not to mention, there is portion control and special diet options.

Creamy chicken Florentine topped with sauteed spinach on a plate.

7. The WW Mediterranean Table

This Mediterranean lifestyle cookbook by Weight Watchers has over 100 recipes in total. It has dishes from different cuisines, such as Italy, France, and Morocco. There are vegetarian-friendly options that you could quickly turn into vegan meals, too. If you are someone who finds yourself making the same things over and over, this is a good option for you to branch out. Additionally, there are even dessert recipes to try out. The book is a helpful guide if you want to learn how to cook certain dishes from other cultures.

8. The WW PersonalPoints™ Cookbook

This paperback book is comprised of over 300 pages with 125 recipes. What makes it unique is that it also has recipes for when you need to serve a crowd. Then, there are corresponding dishes you can make with the leftover food from the big recipes. Like some other books, it has QR codes attached to the recipes to make things a little easier for you. Furthermore, it has helpful tips like the best way to store certain foods or convert cooking measurements.

keto chicken nuggets on a plate

9. Weight Watchers Air Fryer Recipes: 78 Fast & Healthy Ideas

For all the folks who love their air fryer, this Weight Watchers cookbook is highly beneficial. It helps you to make food that has a nice amount of crispiness without having to worry about a ton of oil. There are a variety of recipes, over 75 of them, and you can make healthy sweet treats, starters, or the main protein for your entree. The only downside is this is a paperback book, so it’s not as durable as the hardcovers.

10. Flavor Pop Cookbook

Although this recipe book contains dinners and primary proteins, much of it includes sauces and dips to accompany your meals. Essentially, it’s a tool you can use to boost the flavor of your already tasty recipes. There are also healthy dessert recipes in here that taste delicious but don’t have tons of sugar in them. In total, there are 125 recipes in this book with vibrant photographs so you can get an idea of exactly what you will make.

11. Weight Watchers 5-Ingredient, 15-Minute Recipes

Who doesn’t love recipes that you can cook up super quick? This book contains nourishing recipes that are ideal for summertime but can be used any time of year. Although not every single recipe can be made with only five ingredients or 15 minutes of time, many of them live up to that standard. Overall, the idea is that the recipes are supposed to be stress-free so you can enjoy your time in the kitchen. You can purchase it as a paperback or magazine.

12. WW Slow Cooker Cookbook

This book is for everyone who loves their Crockpot or Instant Pot. It has both sweet and savory recipes from numerous cuisines that you can cook, ensuring plenty of versatility in your dishes. It also has general guidelines for how to take advantage of your slow cooker appliance. As always, there are vegetarian-friendly recipes. However, this book was made with the old WW point system, so you must enter the recipe in the app to match it to your current plan.

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