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Menu Planning Form. Menus. The current weekly or monthly menu must be posted in the center. Menu Planning Form. The menu planning form is not required, but is helpful in planning. Used to record one weeks menu. Aids in assuring required foods are served!. Milk. French Fries. Green Salad.

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Menu Planning Form


Menus

The current weekly or monthly menu must be posted in the center.


Menu Planning Form

  • The menu planning form is not required, but is helpful in planning.

  • Used to record one weeks menu.

  • Aids in assuring required foods are served!


Milk

French Fries

Green Salad

Menu Planning Form

Combination foods should be entered next to all components for which they are being credited.

Child

Corn Dog

Corn Dog


Daily Food Production Records


Daily Food Production Record

Required Record


Daily Food Production Record

Used to show how much food was used to prepare the meal.

  • Completed as meal is prepared or immediately thereafter.

  • Must show actual amounts of food prepared.

  • REQUIRED!!!!


Daily Food Production Record

Required Record


Purchased Meals

  • Vendor must provide a daily production record

    • Daily receipt of quantity of food sent

    • Weekly or monthly report detailing daily amounts of food sent

  • Vendor must meet meal pattern requirements

    • Processed meats require a CN label

    • Get copy for your files


Daily Food Production Record

Required Record


The purpose of a production record is to show how much food was prepared to serve a certain number of people

  • How much food did you cook?

    • How much did you plan to serve?

    • Did you plan to put some aside for serving later?

      • Did you actually pour it into a serving container to serve or cook?


Daily Food Production Record

  • Meals claimed must have complete and correct production records

  • The production record is a required form


Production Records

Step-By-Step!


Production Record Step-by-Step

Step 1 - Date and Name of Center

Date ________________

Name of Center ____________________

3/24/50

Hokey’s Hideaway

One page per day!


Production Record Step-by-Step

Step 2 - Today’s Menu

  • List all menu items served

  • Menu listed should besimilar to one posted

Milk

Sausage Biscuit

Orange Slices

Graham Crackers

Peanut Butter


Step 3 - Foods Used in Preparing Meals

  • Record the total amount of each main (creditable)food item prepared.

  • Include the amount prepared that teachers or other adults will eat.


Foods Used in Preparing Meals


Foods Used in Preparing Meals


Exercise

Complete the Production Record on page 132 using the information on page 131.


Parmesan Chicken

6 lb.

Chicken thighs

Bread

Bread

6 loaves

Broccoli

Froz. Broccoli, chopped

6 lb.

Gelatin w/fruit

1 #10

Fruit cocktail

Milk

2 gal.

Milk


Daily Food Production Record

Required Record


Feeding Infantsfor Child Care Centers Only


Infant Meal Pattern, p.142

  • Must be followed until the child has their first birthday

  • Required foods for age group must always be served

  • Additions to the meal pattern must be based on the child’s developmental skill level and the parents’ wishes


To claim Infant meals:

  • To claim reimbursement, a center must always offer a program meal

    • The parent may choose to provide their own formula or food

    • The formula provided by the parent or the center must meet CACFP requirements

p. 142


Birth to 3 months

  • Formula or breast milk is the only required component

  • At no time is cow’s milk a part of the infants meal

  • Additional foods may be offered:

    • based upon the parents’ wishes

    • and the level of skills developed

p. 141


Formula

  • Reimbursable formulas found on Page 144

  • Other formulas require a medical statement


Four to Seven Months, p. 140

  • Breakfast and Snack - only formula or breast milk is the required component

  • Lunch - Formula or Breast milk

    0-3 Tbsp. Infant cereal

    0-3 Tbsp. Fruit or Vegetable

    Zero tablespoon for cereal and fruit/vegetable mean they are optional!


Infant Cereals per regulations

  • Must be Iron-fortified dry infant cereal.

  • Must be mixed with formula or breast milk; not with milk.


Birth to Seven Months

  • 4 oz. Formula or Breast Milk is all that is required for all meals!

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

Breakfast:

6-8 oz. Formula or breast milk

2-4 Tbsp. Infant Cereal

1-4 Tbsp. Fruit and/or vegetable

The minimum amounts are all that are required!

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

Breakfast:

6 oz. Formula or breast milk

2 Tbsp. Infant Cereal

1 Tbsp. Fruit and/or vegetable

In reality, this is all that is required

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

Snack:

2-4 oz. Formula or breast milk or fruit juice

0 - 1/2 slice bread

0 - 2 crackers

Formula, breast milk or juice is the only required component!

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

Snack:

2 oz. Formula or breast milk or fruit juice

Actual requirement

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

Lunch:

6-8 oz. Formula or breast milk

2-4 Tbsp. Infant Cereal and/or

1-4 Tbsp. Meat, fish, poultry, egg yolk, cooked dry beans, or peas, or

1/2 - 2 oz. Cheese, or

1 - 4 oz. Cottage cheese, cheese food, or cheese spread,

1 - 4 Tbsp. Fruit and/or vegetable

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

Lunch:

6-8 oz. Formula or breast milk

2-4 Tbsp. Infant Cereal and/or

1-4 Tbsp. Meat, fish, poultry, egg yolk, cooked dry beans, or peas, or

1/2 - 2 oz. Cheese, or

1 - 4 oz. Cottage cheese, cheese food, or cheese spread,

1 - 4 Tbsp. Fruit and/or vegetable

p. 140


Eight Months to One Year

  • Breakfast and Lunch

    • 6 oz. Formula or Breast Milk

    • 2 T. Infant Cereal

    • 1 T. Fruit or Vegetable

  • Snack

    • 2 oz. Formula, Breast Milk or Fruit Juice

p. 140


Serving times for infant meals

  • Based upon a flexible schedule

  • May claim a maximum of three meals per day, when program meals are provided

p. 141


p. 146


Infant Production Records

  • One page per child

  • One page per week

  • Record amounts offered the child

    • Record at least minimum required amount

  • Formula

    • Record type

    • Record who provides

      • Parent

      • center

p. 147


One or the other required

Infant Production Record

Step 1 – Top of form

Linda Liles

6 mo

10-15-50

July 15, 2051

Similac/parent

p. 147


Infant Production Record

Step 2-Record amounts of Food offered the child

0-7 month old child

4 oz

4 oz

p. 147


Must indicated type of Fruit/Vegetable

Infant Production Record

8+ month old child

6 oz

2 T.

1 T applesauce

6 oz

2 T.

p. 147

1 T green beans


Infant Production Record

Step 3-Comments – optional!

Linda was very happy today. Enjoyed

the applesauce 


Feeding Infants

  • Cannot require parent to bring any part of the meal!

  • Parent may choose to provide their own formula and/or food

  • All formulas and foods must meet CACFP requirements

  • Must complete separate production record

  • Must do Daily Attendance Record


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