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Weight Watchers Smart Ones Searches for New Fruit Entree

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(NewsUSA) - To celebrate the new Weight Watchers Smart Ones Fruit Inspirations frozen nutritional meals made with real fruit, Americans are invited to roll up their sleeves and create a new fruit-inspired entree to join the lineup.

Whether your cooking inspiration comes from your favorite childhood dish, a secret family recipe or your favorite fruit flavor, now is your chance to whip up a delicious entree for a chance to become a national celebrity in grocers' freezers across the country -; complete with your name and hometown on the box.

Unlock Your Recipe Box

Between Jan. 1 and June 1, 2008, aspiring chefs can visit to enter the Fruitastic Recipe Contest. Entrants must explain in 300 words or less how their original entree, made with any fruit, satisfies sweet cravings and curbs hunger at the same time. A panel of judges will narrow down the delicious recipes based on taste, nutrition and creativity to one grand prize winner and four runners-up. The winning entry will be used by the Weight Watchers Smart Ones team as the inspiration for a new Smart Ones Fruit Inspirations frozen entree.

To sweeten the prize, the winner also will receive $5,000 and a trip to Los Angeles for a private cooking lesson with celebrity chef Devin Alexander, author of "The Biggest Loser Cookbook" and host of Discovery Health's "Healthy Decadence." The four runners-up each will receive $1,000.

New Flavors, Smart Solutions

Devin Alexander helped create Weight Watchers Smart Ones Fruit Inspirations frozen entrees, which combine real fruit, juicy lean protein and crispy vegetables that stay true to the taste and flavors women love. The meals are available nationwide in four delicious varieties: Orange Sesame Chicken, Pineapple Beef Teriyaki, Honey Mango Barbeque Chicken and Cranberry Turkey Medallions.

What's the secret to creating a winning recipe? Visit for official rules and to watch healthy eating video tips from Devin Alexander. Entrants must be legal U.S. residents and at least 18 years of age.

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