WISH YOUR KID ATE MORE FOODS?
Let’s make it happen!
Here’s what you get in the Let’s Try New Foods! Family Challenge:
- Nine foods to try
From salad and cauliflower to fish and tofu
- Kid-approved serving ideas
Strategies for your picky eaters
- Family-friendly recipes
22 recipes including snacks, dinners, drinks, and sweets
- Printables to make it fun
Worksheets that get your kids involved
Yes, your child CAN learn to like more foods!
The Let’s Try New Foods Family Challenge is a step-by-step, 35-page guide to serving nine different foods in easy, kid-friendly ways, with strategies and encouragement throughout.
The Let’s Try New Foods Challenge is for you if…
- you’ve given up on a lot of foods over the years and need a gentle nudge to keep trying
- you feel intimidated by the prospect of serving “challenging” foods like cauliflower and tofu to your family
It is NOT for you if…
- your child is extremely afraid or anxious about trying new foods
- you are looking for a book about introducing new foods to babies
See what moms are saying about the Let’s Try New Foods Challenge…
“The challenge made me try to cook new foods for my son, and it made him more open to trying the new foods. He has found new foods that he loves. I love that I have new options for family dinners and that he has expanded his palate. Mealtimes are less stressful and more fun for us all now! “
“I loved Sally’s New Foods Challenge. I feel like it got me thinking and serving foods that I had not tried with my family in a long time (in some cases, ever!). I love the variety of recipes/preparations given for each food. And I especially appreciated the encouragement and supportive tone Sally used.“
“The moment I saw Sally’s Let’s Try New Foods Family Challenge eBook, I knew it was exactly what both I and my family needed to get out of our food ruts! Her suggestions for incorporating these new foods into our family’s meals are invaluable… and yes, they work for children, not-children-anymore, and adults! I cannot recommend Let’s Try New Foods Family Challenge highly enough!”
“One of my kids now asks for us to make guacamole together several times a week! I was so proud of her for trying!”