Dr. Day Care believes in serving nutritious foods that contribute to the wellness, healthy growth, and development of young children.
All of our centers serve breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack – our goal is to serve your child nutritious food in proper serving sizes as outlined by the CACFP. Meals include a variety of food groups- dairy, fruits, vegetables, bread and grains, and meat/meat alternative.
As participants in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), Dr. Day Care provides healthy meals for your child- no need to worry about packing a lunch! We also believe in teaching healthy eating habits, which is one of the reasons we don’t serve juice– just milk or water.
Monday: Cereal, Apples, Milk
Tuesday: Yogurt with Granola, Bananas, Toast with Butter Spread, Milk
Wednesday: English Muffin with Butter Spread, Oranges, Milk
Thursday: Cereal, Bananas, Milk
Friday: Yogurt with Granola, Apples, Toast with Butter Spread, Milk
Monday: Bananas, Graham Crackers, Sunflower Butter, Water
Tuesday: Cucumbers, Saltine Crackers, Hummus, Cheddar Cheese, Water
Wednesday: Apples, Graham Crackers, Sunflower Butter, Water
Thursday: Cucumbers, Saltine Crackers, Hummus, Cheddar Cheese, Water
Friday: Fresh Fruit Salad, Butter Crackers, Cheddar Cheese, Water
Dr. Day Care’s goal is to serve your child nutritious food in proper serving sizes, as outlined by the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), a Federal program that provides healthy meals and snacks to children receiving day care.