Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

School lunch menus

January 10, 2013

School lunch menu

CROSSVILLE — MONDAY — Choice of one: pulled pork on whole wheat bun, beef and cheese whole grain tacos, PB&J whole grain pocket or breaded chicken salad with whole grain saltine crackers and croutons. Choice of two: baked potato wedges, refried beans or steamed broccoli. Choice of two: sliced peaches in 100 percent juice, yellow apple wedges or 4 oz. 100 percent blue raspberry juice.

TUESDAY — Choice of one: beef teriyaki dippers with seasoned brown rice, baked chicken nuggets, whole grain PB&J sandwich with Trix yogurt or chef salad with whole grain Goldfish crackers. Choice of two: spring mix garden salad, creamy mashed potatoes, steamed Italian green beans or 100 percent vegetable juice. Choice of two: unsweetened applesauce or orange wedges.

WEDNESDAY — Choice of one: chicken fajitas, cheese stuffed pizza dippers, PB&J  whole grain pocket or southwestern breaded chicken salad with whole grain saltine crackers. Choice of two: spring mix garden salad, steamed whole kernel yellow corn, creamy mashed potatoes or  100 percent vegetable juice. Choice of one: fresh fruit mix (grapes, pineapples, honey dews and cantaloupes) or sliced peaches in 100 percent juice.

THURSDAY — Choice of one: breaded chicken sandwich oe Goldfish-shaped whole wheat bread, double stuffed whole grain pizza with low-fat pepperoni, PB&J  whole grain pocket or southwestern breaded chicken salad with whole grain saltine crackers. Choice of two: spring mix garden salad, baked tator tots, sandwich trims or 100 percent vegetable juice. Choice of one: pineapple cubes in 100 percent juice or red seedless grapes.

FRIDAY — Choice of one: low-fat hamburger patty on whole wheat bun, baked chicken fingers with breakfast gravy cup and whole grain roll, whole grain PB&J sandwich with Trix yogurt or chef salad with whole grain saltine crackers. Choice of two: sandwich trims, crinkle-cut French fries or baked sweet potatoes with toasted marshmallows. Choice of one: unsweetened applesauce or 4 oz. 100 percent apple juice.

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