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Weekly Food Menu 2

Child Care Menu Week 2

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
Ham Slices
Whole Wheat Toast
Apple Slices
Organic Milk
Whole Wheat Pizza Bagel
Raspberries
Organic Milk
Whole Wheat French Toast
Raisons
Organic Milk
Home Made Oatmeal Muffin
Orange Slices
Organic Milk
Waffles
Banana
Organic Milk
Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
Taco Shell
With Free-Range Hamburger
Organic Cheese
Corn
Sliced Grapes
Organic Milk
Organic Fish Sticks
Mashed Potato
Carrots
Bread & Butter
Organic Milk
Sloppy Joes
Mashed Potato
Peas
Organic Milk
Egg Salad Sandwich on Whole Wheat
Organic Yogurt
Strawberries
Apple Sauce
Organic Milk
French Bread Pizza
Cucumber Slices
Melon Slices
Organic Milk
Snack Snack Snack Snack Snack
Organic Chochlate Bunny Graham Crackers

100% Juice –
No Sugar Added

Home Made Blueberry Muffin

100% Juice -
No Sugar Added

Whole Wheat Bagel

Fruit Smoothie
Made with fresh fruit, yogurt and water. No sugar added.

Organic Crackers With Cheese Slices

100% Juice -
No Sugar Added

Home Made Peanut Butter Cookies

100% Juice -
No Sugar Added


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Or click here to view weekly food menu's (that are not organic).

Click here to view the USDA food program guide – it will show which food items need to be served at each meal.

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What Is Your Child Eating?

You are what you eat! Remember that phase from when you were a child. When it comes to eating healthy that saying can be very true! That is why we now feed the children in our care over 90% organic food.


Below Is A List Of The Foods That We Serve:
  • Organic Milk

  • Organic Eggs

  • Organic Whole Grain Breads

  • Organic Fresh Fruits & Veggies

  • Organic Frozen Fruits & Veggies

  • Organic Crackers

  • Organic Peanut Butter

  • Organic Free-Range Chicken & Hamburg

  • Organic Nitrate Free Ham, Bacon & Sausages

  • Organic 100% Juice – No Sugar Added

  • Raw Unfiltered Honey – In Place Of Sugar

  • No Bleached White Flour – Only Organic Unbleached Flour

  • No White Pasta – Only Organic Whole Grain Pasta

Fresh Fruit: Some fruit that we may purchase that are not organic would be fruits that have a thick peel. The foods with a thick peel should have very little pesticides. Some of the fruits that may not be organic would be watermelon, bananas, cantaloupe and honey dew melons.

MSG: Check your food labels. We always make sure MSG or sometimes hidden under "natural flavors" is not on the food label. I have found if I have msg I get heart palpatations. So we no longer serve anything with MSG in it.

ADHD: Some foods bother children with ADHD and make it worse: Here is a message about ADHD from one mother whose child has ADHD.

About My Child & ADHD – Written by Juli: My almost 7 year old reacts to nitrates, food dyes, MSG, preservatives and others. I was shocked to see that MSG is still in a lot of foods.

It can be so hard for parents of kids with ADHD to find a daycare provider who is sympathetic to the child. They aren't behaving like this because they want to, they really have no control over it, their brain and body is always just on overdrive.

And foods really can make a difference. We have chosen not to medicate our son and be very careful as to what he eats and do a lot of therapy with him. Sometimes I think that the meds. Would be easier but I feel that this is the right choice for him. But when he does get things he shouldn't, like that red icing off the birthday cake at a friend’s party ... watch out!

Sick Children In Daycare: Feeding the children healthy meals will help them to build up their immune systems. If children are eating whole grain breads, dairy, fresh fruits and vegetables and getting protein each day this will help them to build up their immune system and not be so sickly in daycare. Most children are in your care 8 to 10 hours each day and can receive up to 3/4 of their daily food requirements in your care. Try to make sure that children are receiving fresh fruits and vegetables along with some protein and whole grains at your home each day, along with getting outside and getting some fresh air and exercise to help them build up their immune systems.


USDA Food Program Information:

Weekly Food Menu: Above you can view one of our weekly food menus. Our food menus are approved by the USDA food program. Or Click on the links below to view the other weekly food menu's.

Food Menu Week 1   Food Menu Week 2   Food Menu Week 3   Food Menu Week 4  

USDA Food Program: Our daycare is on the USDA food program. Being on the USDA food program means that our daycare has certain guide lines that we need to follow at meal times. See food program information in chart below.

Being on the food program helps to make sure that the children in our care are being served well-balanced meals each day. As some children eat 3/4 of their daily food requirements at daycare, making sure the children are eating healthy should be a major priority in a daycare provider’s daily routine. Children need healthy foods to grow up healthy and strong.

USDA Food Program Guide:
Breakfast Breakfast needs to consist of:

  • A Bread or Bread Alternate
  • A Fruit
  • Milk
  • Lunch Lunch needs to consist of:

  • A Bread or Bread Alternate
  • 2 Fruits or Vegetables
  • Meat or Meat Alternative
  • Milk
  • Dinner Dinner needs to consist of:

  • A Bread or Bread Alternate
  • 2 Fruits or Vegetables
  • Meat or Meat Alternative
  • Milk
  • Snacks Snacks needs to consist of:

  • Any Two Food Groups
  • Peanut Butter: Please note – when serving the children peanut butter you need to serve another type of meat or meat alternate with it, since most children do not eat enough peanut butter on their sandwich they are being served, you could add either some chesse slices or yogurt to the meal or some other meat or meat alternate.

    Just A Reminder

    All juices served to the children need to be 100% juice.

    When serving the children frozen pizza bought from the store you need to add more cheese to it.

    When serving cinnamon rolls, oatmeal cookies, banana muffins, etc. they all need to be home made and not purchased from the store.

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