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Little Bites

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Little Bites

100 Healthy, Kid-Friendly Snacks

By Christine Chitnis; Sarah Waldman

Roost Books, Paperback, 9781611801774, 288pp.

Publication Date: July 14, 2015

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Description
Leave the packaged snacks behind "Little Bites" offers 100 wholesome, seasonal, vegetarian snacks perfect for active families.
When you re on the go with little ones, snacks are essential. Whether it's an energetic pick-me-up after school or a nutritional boost at the playground, the 100 wholesome snacks in this book will help everyone get through the day. From Roasted Sesame Peas to Fresh Summer Rolls, Baked Apple Chips, and Mini Sweet Potato Pies, you ll find seasonal fruit- and vegetable-forward snacks that are tasty, healthy, and satisfying.
Developed by two busy moms, this collection of inspired recipes is just right for active families that care about what they eat. Don t settle for prepackaged snacks. These nutritionally dense treats are simple to make, are easy to pack, and, as a bonus, make great breakfasts, light lunches, or side dishes for dinner.


About the Author
CHRISTINE CHITNIS is a writer, photographer, and mother. Her writing has appeared in "Country Living," " Time Out New York," the "Boston Globe," and "Edible Rhody," among many other local and national publications. She served as a contributing editor at "Yankee Magazine," and her work has been praised by the "Washington Post" and "The Today Show," as well as by numerous popular blogs, including "Design*Sponge," "Apartment Therapy," "Decor8," and "Cup of Jo." She is the author of "Markets of New England."

SARAH WALDMAN Sarah Waldman is a home cook, certified health counselor, recipe developer, and mother. She lives with her husband and two young sons on Martha s Vineyard. While pregnant with her first son, she attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, acting on her urge to stop the cycle of processed and low-quality food appearing on America s dinner tables. Follow Sarah s island adventures in cooking local, seasonal, wholesome family food at SarahWaldman.com."
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