The Sneaky Chef Joins Ziggity Zoom Kids Advisory Board

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Virginia Beach, VAZiggity Zoom LLC president and CEO, Kristin Fitch, announced exciting news that Missy Chase Lapine, aka “The Sneaky Chef”, will join their recently formed Children’s Advisory Board for, which was created to provide developmental direction and consultation regarding creative, educational and literary content, childhood health and parent education. The board is composed of experts from around the country that share a commitment to children’s development and well-being. Lapine will share new Sneaky Chef recipes with ZiggityZoom viewers on a weekly basis.


Missy Chase Lapine is The Sneaky Chef.  Her New York Times bestseller, The Sneaky Chef: Simple Strategies for Hiding Healthy Foods in Kids’ Favorite Meals inspired a whole new brand in the healthy eating/lifestyles category.  Missy is the former publisher of Eating Well magazine and the founder of a natural baby product line Baby Spa®.  She is a member of Parenting Magazine’s team of experts, “The Mom’s Squad” and has been a cooking instructor at
New York
’s finest culinary schools. She serves on the Children’s Advisory Council of Morgan Stanley Children’s
Hospital of
New York-Presbyterian
where Sneaky Chef recipes are served to patients. Sneaky Chef foods are sold at Whole Foods Market.  The Sneaky Chef: How to Cheat on Your Man in the Kitchen was published in April, 2008 and The Sneaky Chef to the Rescue came out in April 2009. Her book, Sneaky Fitness, will debut in January 2010.


Ziggity Zoom LLC maintains a network of family-oriented websites and is the parent company of, a Fun & Educational website devoted to pre and school-age children and their parents. The site is free with educational worksheets, online coloring, online games and online stories with audio.  The site also features easy family crafts, recipes, activities and free printables.  A parenting section deals with informative articles on parenting, nutrition, preschool and elementary education, kids’ health and social development.