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The Sneaky Chef by Missy Chase Lapine
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Jan 10, 2008

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Read in May, 2008

This cookbook is lacking in good pictures, but the system is simpler than Deceptively Delicious. I tried sneaking sweet potatoes into the mac and cheese, and my son said it tasted like hair. (Go figure!) The Brainy Brownies were a big hit, however, and really easy to make. Hard to tell if the amount of spinach and blueberries really makes enough difference to off-set the 6Tbs of butter and 3/4 cup of chocolate chips, but if you're going to eat brownies, at least you can have some more antioxidents in them! If I were to buy either the Sneaky Chef or Deceptively Delicious, I would pick the Sneaky Chef.

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