Here’s what people have to say about my How to feed your fussy eater courses.

“This session offers great practical advice on handling mealtimes with children. Advice was tailored to the participants and the problems we were having with our kids.

I’ve already put some of the advice into practice and felt much more confident doing it. Thanks Sarah”


“Sarah’s course was really helpful and great value for money. Sarah is so helpful and always on hand with any questions.

I feel like we’re better equipped to encourage our children to eat well now.

The best thing is we’re eating so much better now we’re not planning our meals around what a fussy toddler will eat.”


“Sarah’s online ‘How to feed your fussy eater’ course was great.

It’s the most progress I’ve had with my boys since I started weaning them. It’s not a silver bullet, but I can start to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Feeding my two boys is probably one of the things that has caused me the most stress since becoming a mum.

I’m now enjoying meal times and my husband and I are eating a much more healthy varied diet as well.”


“We implemented the new approach immediately and both kids really like it.

We are really pleased with the progress so far as the anxiety at mealtimes has reduced considerably.”


“He ate two bits of carrot and two bits of new potato at preschool today, both for the first time ever.

We were amazed and so pleased!”


“My son has been trying peas and will ask for some sort of veg to be included on his plate on occasions (a massive step as he refused this before). He might not always try it but just having it there is an accomplishment!”


“I attended Sarah’s workshop out of slight desperation as a result of trying to feed my youngest.

I found it so insightful. Sarah was warm and welcoming and full of helpful advice without judgement.”


“I just found every second so useful!

Hearing other participants’ stories and thoughts, different tips for meal times and cooking, tips on presentation and delivery of those meals, the nutrition too.”


“I joined the fussy eater course out of desperation that my 4 year old would not eat anything for school lunches, and to reduce the stress of family meal times with two small children.

It has been so easy to start using the strategies and tips Sarah has provided through her course, and I can already see the benefits in terms of what both children are eating and also our ability to enjoy food together as a family.

Would definitely recommend to other parents of fussy eaters!”


“Having a picky eater, I found this workshop very useful.

I will definitely be putting into practice what I learned. I feel like there is now a light at the end of the tunnel.

It was very good value for money, I am pleased to have attended it and would recommend it to others.


“I really enjoyed the course and I’m definitely seeing improvements in the boys eating.

Also my husband and I are eating a bigger variety of food. Hadn’t realised how much I’d narrowed my diet until I started the course.”


“I have a fussy 2 year old and mealtimes had become a stressful event. I learned to remain calm and not to let him know that I was stressed!

Since adopting this method, my son has eaten SO much better! The tantrums around teatime have stopped.

I highly recommend Sarah – she is very knowledgable and her tips are easy to implement. I have seen results!”


“Today was SO informative, fun and helpful. I definitely came away with a renewed hope for family mealtimes and plenty of practical tips and tools to make dinner times calmer and maybe even enjoyable. I can report that after we ate together this evening applying the things I’d learnt, my middle child (5) said ‘this is my best dinner ever’ which made me really happy (even if all he ate was some bread, some peas and some carrot sticks)…work in progress. It really made my heart soar to hear him say that. Normally I would have come away cross that I didn’t get any protein in him, but I know I can do that with cheese and eggs tomorrow and felt so much more relaxed.


“I feel confident that I can put into practice what I learned. I have picked up tips and have already used a couple of them. I like the games we were told about and also the ways of presenting the food in different shapes/raw and cooked etc. I think I’ve also been reinjected with enthusiasm for sharing food with my little boy, which is lovely!


“I thoroughly enjoyed the course. Sarah was very welcoming and inspirational. The information was clearly explained but in a fun way and the food we were given to eat was delicious! I came away from the evening feeling more positive and would recommend this course to anyone struggling with their children at mealtimes.


“A fun and informative evening with Sarah. She offered clear practical advice which I can easily take on board to improve all aspects of family eating. Lots of fun ideas and little tips. I feel inspired and no longer stuck in a rut!”

“I attended the workshop to find ways of having family meal times which all of us can enjoy and I found the information on how to present food to children on the table useful for this. I can definitely put into practice what I learned; not on a daily basis but I’m trying my best!”

“I can’t recommend the fussy eater programme highly enough!

Sarah is very knowledgable and I have gained a lot of experience that I can put into practice.

The Zoom meetings were very useful, talking to other parents and knowing you’re not alone.”


“Just wanted to say a big thank you for your course and all your efforts and help along the way.

I can already see where we were doing things right and now understand why they worked and where we were slipping up with some things at meal time.

A is making good progress and loved the games you suggested, which I’m trying to use to familiarise her with veg she hasn’t shown an interest in as yet. R is also doing really well with fresh fruit finally and I can see a path through the fussy eating to helping them both now.”


“I am going to recommend you in an ASD group.

It has taken two years but my son is eating carrots and nibbling on lettuce!”