WHAT can be served at breakfast?
• Serving hot food adds variety to the menu and often attracts more children to breakfast. • Many schools without kitchens receive pre-made hot foods from a satellite kitchen and use hot boxes or other warmers to keep the food at a safe temperature. • Hot food can be served in classrooms using warmers to transport. Hand held items such as breakfast sandwiches and egg burritos are perfect for the classroom. Cold Food • Low sugar cereals, fresh fruit, dred fruit, yogurt with granola, trail mix, low fat cheese sticks, applesauce, granola bars, and whole wheat bagels with low fat cream cheese or peanut butter require little preparation. • Cold foods can easily be put in Grab n’ Go breakfast bags for students to take as they enter the school building. Variety and choice are key factors for a successful breakfast program. Surveys and taste tests can help to determine what breakfast foods students would like to eat. HOW is breakfast staffed? Cafeteria Staff • Serving breakfsat at school requi