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Brandon lunch menus

Elementary breakfast

Monday: Ham and cheese breakfast pizza, waffle sticks with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar.

Tuesday: Breakfast stick with syrup, cinnamon roll, assorted bagel with light cream cheese.

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken biscuit, buttermilk biscuits with jelly.

Thursday: French toast sticks with syrup, egg and cheese biscuit, cracker with peanut butter cup.

Friday: Breakfast scrambler, Cuban cheese toast, blueberry muffin.

Elementary lunch

Monday: Corn dog, turkey tetrazzini, crustless peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Mandarin oranges, steamed broccoli, assorted frozen fruit pop, whole-grain roll.

Tuesday: Hot dog, Cuban pork with yellow rice, cheese stick, potato wedges, fresh garden salad, corn on the cob, Cuban garlic toast.

Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, ham and cheese sub, grape and pear fruit cup, sliced carrots, applesauce, corn bread.

Thursday: Chicken and rice casserole, grilled chicken sandwich, cheese chef salad, tater tots, fruit mix, black beans, Cuban garlic toast.

Friday: Assorted whole-grain pizza, Cuban sandwich, yogurt, peach slices, strawberry cup, peas and corn, cheese crackers.

Secondary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with syrup, sausage biscuit with potato triangle. Items available all week include cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, bagel, assorted cereal, yogurt with granola, and fortified power ring.

Tuesday: Mini buttermilk pancakes with syrup, egg and cheese biscuit with potato triangle.

Wednesday: Southern style breakfast, breakfast burrito bar, sausage biscuit with potato triangle.

Thursday: Breakfast stick with syrup, chicken biscuit with potato triangle.

Friday: Belgian waffle sticks with syrup; ham, egg and cheese biscuit with potato triangle.

Secondary lunch

Monday: Macaroni and cheese, grilled chicken sandwich, pizza dippers with marinara sauce, mixed vegetables, peach cobbler, corn bread.

Tuesday: Asian chicken rice bowl, cheeseburger, chicken nuggets, veggies with ranch dip, green beans, pink cookie.

Wednesday: Chicken and rice burrito, grilled chicken sandwich, pizza, potato wedges, fresh grapes.

Thursday: Nachos with cheese sauce, barbecue riblet sandwich, buffalo chicken strips, green peas, banana pudding.

Friday: Turkey pot pie, cheeseburger, pizza, tater tots, steamed broccoli, whole-grain roll.

Brandon lunch menus 10/02/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 2:16pm]
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