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CACFP Menu Planners for Breakfast and Snack in English and Spanish

Published: 78 days ago
" USDA’s Team Nutrition initiative is excited to announce the availability of “It’s Breakfast Time! Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Breakfast Menu Planner for Children 3 Through 18 Years of Age” in English and Spanish. Additionally, the revised version of the “Let’s Make a Snack Child and Adult Care Food Program Snack Menu Planner for Children 3 Through 18 Years of Age” is now available in English and the Spanish version is available for the first time.
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USDA’s Team Nutrition initiative is excited to announce the availability of “It’s Breakfast Time! Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Breakfast Menu Planner for Children 3 Through 18 Years of Age” in English and Spanish. Additionally, the revised version of the “Let’s Make a Snack Child and Adult Care Food Program Snack Menu Planner for Children 3 Through 18 Years of Age” is now available in English and the Spanish version is available for the first time. 

These menu planners are an excellent training resource for CACFP operators and cover creditable and non-creditable foods at breakfast and snack, interactive meal planning activities, sample menus, and quick and easy recipes. 

Breakfast Recipes
  • Berry Medley and Quinoa Breakfast Bake
  • Breakfast Black Beans With Eggs
  • Cheesy Cheddar Drop Biscuits
  • Cheesy Egg, Sausage, and Potato Casserole
  • Cinnamon-Citrus French Toast Squares
  • Cottage Cheese and Fruit Bowls
  • Easy Overnight Oats and Berries
  • Easy Whole-Wheat Drop Biscuits
  • Egg and Broccoli Scramble
  • Fruit and Nut Butter Pita Pockets
  • Fruit and Yogurt Roll-Ups
  • Golden Squash Hotcakes
  • Lemon-Blueberry Corn Muffins
  • Orange Cranberry Quick Bread
  • Oven-Baked Pancakes With Spiced Pears
  • Peachy Oatmeal Bake
  • Roasted Sweet Potato Hash
  • Strawberry and Waffle Kebabs With Maple-Yogurt Dip
  • Turkey Sausage With Sweet Cran-Apple Topping
  • Whipped Cream Cheese and Pear Toast

Snack Recipes
  • Apples and Almond butter
  • Baked Carrot Fries With Yogurt-Sunflower Seed Butter Dip
  • Caprese Bruschetta
  • Cheesy Bean Tostada
  • Chicken and Cheese Snack Cup With Grapes
  • Corny Salsa With Tortilla Chips
  • Curried Chicken Wraps
  • Deli Bento Box
  • Dried Fruit and Cereal Snack Mix
  • Fresh Veggie Wraps
  • Fruited Chicken Salad With Crackers
  • Herb Bagel Bites
  • Mini Egg Salad Sandwiches
  • Mini Graham Crackers and Berry Nut Butter
  • Parmesan Zucchini Chips
  • Peach and Yogurt Smoothies
  • Savory Yogurt-Hummus Dip With Veggies
  • Toasted Pita Wedges and Fruit Dip
  • Tuna Salad and Apples Slices
  • Very Berry Parfaits

All recipe photos are available on USDA’s Flickr account in the Team Nutrition photo collection.

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Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help. Additional translations services available as well.

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