Digital All-Access

cooking with kids

Membership Perks

  • Full access to all winning strategies with videos, activities and printables.
  • Pace yourself and choose your own adventure. There’s no rush!
  • No lock-in contracts. No hidden costs. Pause or cancel any time.
  • Access to Foost’s private Facebook Group of vibrant and helpful parents.
  • Monthly live Q&A with your guide, Kate Wengier.

$39.00 / month

Get full access to 15 guides with this membership.

Each guide includes videos, activities and printables to help you master your kids’ (and your own) relationship with food.

1. Mindset

Get in the right mindset for change. All change starts with belief.

2. Calm Mealtimes

The most powerful impact you can have on your child’s eating is the mealtime itself.

3. Timing

Do your kids ask for snacks all day, but never hungry at dinnertime? How tweaking the timing, can help your children get in touch with their hunger, increase variety and amount.

4. Serving meals

Tweaking how we serve the meals, can get you big results on what is eaten.

5. Your child

Help your children learn to trust and listen to their own bodies. Eating is a partnership between you and your child. Learn how to manage if your children are slower or faster eaters.

6. Learning food

Just like learning to read or write takes time and practice, so does liking new veggies. Tips and activities for helping children learn to like fruits and veggies (and any food).

7. Treats

Are your kids obsessed with “treat” foods? should we ban them in the house? Or let kids eat as much as they want? How to manage sugar?

8. What to cook

We’ll do the thinking for you. Ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks. Wasting less, eating on a budget and managing cooking mess.

9. Lunchboxes

Tips and recipes for lunchbox packing and dealing with playground lunchbox wars.

10. Planning

There are many ways to get food organised to help you reduce your food stress.

11. Nutrition

What nutrition is needed for growing families? All about essential nutrients for your child.

12. Language

How you think and talk about food, will affect your child’s eating. Is your language supporting your family’s food journey? Learn positive ways to think and talk about food.

13. You and Food

What is your relationship with food like? How do you think and feel about your body? How were you raised when it comes to food? Parenting and situations change, but your thoughts and actions around food, influence your children.

14. Body Image

How to help raise children who are comfortable within their bodies.

15. Movement

Inspiring your family to move their body in ways they enjoy plus some screen-safe strategies.

NOTE: You’ll need an active subscription to view members-only content. Pausing or cancelling your monthly subscription will restrict your access to Foost’s guides.


2 reviews for Digital All-Access

  1. Ellen B (verified owner)

    This has been a real attitude shift for me. I love the length of the video lessons as they are very achievable. I feel more confident feeding my children and have applied lots of the learning. I’ve already recommended it to my sister.

  2. Rachel S (verified owner)

    I’ve found your videos super helpful for keeping my cool while my 3.5 year old has gone through a typical picky phase of eating. He dropped more and more foods from the “want to eat” list but I just kept serving variety without adding pressure and every now and then in the last month or so he picks something up and eats it when I least expect it. I even get an enthusiastic “yum!” on things he’s rejected outright 20 times before, so that is encouraging.

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kate intro

Hi! I'm Kate Wengier, Your guide

I am a professional dietitian. I've helped some of Australia's top companies enable their consumers (mostly parents) to create a positive relationship with food at home.

My philosophy on food is simple, educate-participate-enjoy. Teaching kids good habits about food doesn't have to feel like sitting in a classroom.

With a bit of flexibility and hands-on participation they'll come around. 🙂