I first saw Little Bites (100 Healthy, Kid-Friendly Snacks by Christine Chitnis & Sarah Waldman) on Design Mom and I finally remembered to look it up. It's really lovely, and not just because I am currently determined to make ACTUAL REAL FOOD for my sweet microwave dependent children. Now that #4 is on her way to Kindergarten and I hope to have time to both shower and cook, I vow to get all of them to start eating like at least quasi-human beings. I have ideas, lots of ideas really, of things we've tried and most go the way of the garbage can, so this really hold my attention. I've perused the whole book so far and it has me very excited. It's not just pretty, though it is very pretty, which always helps keep me focused until I also have the benefit of not just food and showers, but sleep too. This should work very well with my weekly Farmigo purchases. A few of my favorites, that I can't wait to try out, are the Cherry Chocolate Pudding Pops, Green Waffles, Summer Corn Fritters, Bunny Rabbit Rolls, Peach Olive Oil Muffins and Lemon-Glazed Blueberry Donuts. There are so many more. It's so lovely that I didn't even notice right away that it's vegetarian which makes it SUPER AWESOME for us. It looks so lovely that for those of you who "Vegetarian" is not an immediate plus, you won't even care. Watch the video and visit Roost Books to see more. Two of the recipes are available for download, so you can even test drive it if you like.