All home-made food. Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide- Eating the recommended amount and type of food each day and limiting foods and beverages high in calories, fat, sugar or salt. Follow the link below to learn more about our weekly Menu Options
Vegetables and Fruit
- Vegetables and fruit have a leading role, making half (½) of children’s plate.
- We include different vegetables and fruit, they offer different nutrients for health.
- Children’s plate include dark green and orange vegetables. They are packed with nutrients.
- Colourful meals by serving up raw vegetables like red, yellow or green peppers, carrot sticks, or grape tomatoes.
- We offer whole vegetable & fruits, and no drinking juices.
- 2% milk or water flavoured up with slices of lime, lemon, cucumber or fresh fruits.
- We offer a variety of whole grains such as brown rice, oats, quinoa and wild rice.
- As well as whole grain bread, bagels, and tortillas instead of croissants, doughnuts or muffins.
- We substitute brown rice in recipes that call for white rice.
Meat and Alternatives
- We offer lean cuts of beef twice a week and chicken breast daily.
- We also have meat alternatives. We use split peas, chickpeas, kidney beans, or hummus in place of meat.
- We add meat alternatives to soups, casseroles, salads, and wraps, or we blend them into a dip