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Hillsborough school lunch menus, Oct. 22-26

Elementary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with sausage, sausage and cheese twist sandwich, yogurt with granola, cereal, breakfast protein bar

Tuesday: Ham and cheese breakfast pizza, egg and cheese breakfast slider, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, muffin with cheese stick

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken twist sandwich, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Thursday: Apple cinnamon oatmeal, sausage and cheese breakfast slider, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, breakfast protein bar

Friday: Breakfast scrambler, ham, egg and cheese twist sandwich, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Elementary lunch

Monday: Chicken and broccoli alfredo pasta, pizza sticks with marinara sauce, sweet potato tots, green beans, pear slices

Tuesday: Sweet and sour chicken rice bowl, cheeseburger, stir fry vegetables, tropical pineapple tidbits, carrots with veggie dip

Wednesday: Barbecue pork and mashed potato bowl, fish nuggets with pineapple salsa, salad, tater tots, baked beans, mandarin oranges

Thursday: Spaghetti and meatballs, crispy chicken sandwich, broccoli, applesauce, cucumber coins with veggie dip

Friday: Pizza, salad, pear slices, zucchini slices with veggie dip, mango strawberry fruit slushie

Secondary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with sausage, sausage twist sandwich with potato babycakes, yogurt with granola, cereal, breakfast protein bar

Tuesday: Ham and cheese breakfast pizza, egg and cheese breakfast slider with potato babycakes, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, muffin with cheese stick

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken twist sandwich with potato babycakes, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Thursday: Apple cinnamon oatmeal, sausage breakfast slider with potato babycakes, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, breakfast protein bar

Friday: Breakfast scrambler, ham, egg and cheese twist sandwich with potato babycakes, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Secondary lunch

Monday: Baked ziti, chicken supreme/grilled chicken sandwich, green beans, roasted potato wedges

Tuesday: Sweet and sour chicken rice bowl, pizza, stir fry vegetables, sweet potato tots

Wednesday: Barbecue pork and mashed potato bowl, fish nuggets with pineapple salsa, baked beans, okra, birthday celebration brownie

Thursday: Chicken and broccoli pasta, pizza, glazed carrots, spinach casserole

Friday: Chicken egg roll with veggie fried rice, cheeseburger, Buffalo chicken strips, broccoli, orange pineapple fruit slushie

Hillsborough school lunch menus, Oct. 22-26 10/20/12 [Last modified: Saturday, October 20, 2012 4:31am]
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