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Hillsborough school lunch menus

Elementary breakfast

Monday: Ham and cheese breakfast pizza, cinnamon toast, blueberry whole-grain miniloaf.

Tuesday: Breakfast stick, egg and cheese English muffin, assorted cream cheese bagel-ful.

Wednesday: Southern breakfast, chicken and buttermilk biscuits.

Thursday: French toast sticks, cheese toast, goldfish crackers with peanut butter cup.

Friday: Breakfast scrambler, banana whole-grain miniloaf, biscuits.

Elementary lunch

Monday: Pizza sticks, ravioli cold-cut sandwich, peach slices, broccoli, frozen fruit pop, crackers.

Tuesday: Grilled-cheese sandwich, chicken and yellow rice, cheese stick munch n' dip, potato wedges, garden salad with ranch dressing, gelatin, garlic toast.

Wednesday: Bean and cheese burrito, cold-cut sandwich, raisins, fruit cup, cheese crackers.

Thursday: Cheeseburger, popcorn chicken, cheese chef salad, mashed potatoes with poultry gravy, peach slices, green beans, banana pudding.

Friday: Assorted whole-grain pizza, Cuban sandwich, yogurt munch n' dip, tropical fruit mix, gelatin cubes, peas, pretzel twists.

Secondary breakfast

Monday: Breakfast stick with syrup, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, assorted cream cheese bagel-ful, assorted cereal with graham bear, yogurt with granola.

Tuesday: Mini whole-grain pancakes with syrup, egg and cheese English muffin with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, banana miniloaf with mozzarella cheese stick, assorted cereal with graham bear, yogurt with granola.

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, blueberry whole-grain muffin with mozzarella cheese stick, assorted cereal with graham bear, yogurt with granola.

Thursday: French toast sticks with syrup, chicken biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, banana miniloaf with mozzarella cheese stick, assorted cereal with graham bear, yogurt parfait.

Friday: Belgian waffle sticks with syrup, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, blueberry whole-grain muffin with mozzarella cheese stick, assorted cereal with graham bear, yogurt with granola, egg and cheese breakfast burrito, ham, egg and cheese English muffin with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Secondary lunch

Monday: Barbecue roasted chicken, chicken supreme sandwich, pizza sticks with marinara sauce, barbecue baked beans, coleslaw, whole-grain roll.

Tuesday: Baked ziti, cheeseburger, mini corn dog nuggets, steamed broccoli, garlic Parmesan roll.

Wednesday: Early release day — chicken supreme/grilled chicken sandwich, cold-cut combo sandwich, raisins, baked chips.

Thursday: Popcorn chicken bowl, grilled-cheese sandwich, Buffalo chicken strips, green beans, tomato soup.

Friday: Sloppy Joe, cheeseburger, pizza, potato spudsters, beans and rice.

Hillsborough school lunch menus 08/27/09 [Last modified: Thursday, August 27, 2009 11:14am]
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