I like the WW cookbooks I have. There's one "From Pantry to Plate" that specializes in recipes that use things you are likely to have on hand. It has saved me in some last minute dinners. Also the biggest loser cookbook has some simple but yummy ideas and recipes in it.
I just bought the "cook yourself thin-faster" book from a bargain book bin and it looks promising.
I'm amazed that they still make cookbooks and food magazines without nutritional content listings. I just canceled a magazine subscription because they never list the calories & other info.
Most recipes can be considered low cal if we keep to the serving size and sub out the offending ingredients. I have eleventy-billion cook books that are not written for healthy eating but are still very suited for it.