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Meal preparation what to do before you start cooking

Meal Preparation: What To Do Before You Start Cooking

2014 CACFP Conference:

Choose Your Adventure

Presenter: Jennifer Heidenreich


Objectives
Objectives

  • Understand the basic concepts of the production records

  • Learn about the resources available to assist in completion of production records

  • Learn how to use & apply the resources available to complete production records


Production records
Production Records



Dpi website
DPI Website

  • Guidance Memorandums #12C: Meal Pattern Requirements--Infants (Birth through 11 Months) and Children (Ages 1 - 12 and older participants in certain programs) (Rev. 03/14).

http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_centermemos


Team nutrition
Team Nutrition

http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/team-nutrition



Production record pi 1488
Production Record (PI-1488)

Guidance Memorandum 9: http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_centermemos







Meal requirements calculator
Meal Requirements Calculator

http://fns.dpi.wi.gov/fns_centermemos





GM #12C: Meal Pattern Requirements—Infants (Birth through 11 Months) and Children (Ages 1 to 12 and older participants in certain programs)

  • All agencies, except for emergency shelters, must complete daily, dated food production records for all approved meals and snacks served to children one year and over. Each meal service must provide, at a minimum, the serving sizes required by the CACFP Meal Pattern for each child served. Production records must be completed for the purpose of planning and preparing the total amount of food that will be made available to the anticipated number of children and adults participating in each meal service which will assure that the serving size requirements are met. They may also help control food cost.


Food buying guide fbg for child nutrition programs
Food Buying Guide (FBG) for Child Nutrition Programs

United States

Department of

Agriculture (USDA)

Food and Nutrition Service (FNS)

  • http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/foodbuying-guide-child-nutrition-programs



Column 1 as purchased
Column 1: TablesAs Purchased


Column 2 purchase units
Column 2: TablesPurchase Units


Column 3 servings per purchase unit ep edible portion
Column 3: TablesServings per Purchase Unit, EP (Edible Portion)


Column 3 servings per purchase unit ep edible portion1
Column 3: TablesServings per Purchase Unit, EP (Edible Portion)


Column 4 serving size per meal contribution
Column 4: TablesServing Size per Meal Contribution


Column 4 serving size per meal contribution1
Column 4: TablesServing Size per Meal Contribution


Column 5 purchase units for 100 servings
Column 5: TablesPurchase units for 100 servings


Column 6 additional information
Column 6: TablesAdditional information


Column 6 additional information1
Column 6: Tables Additional information


FBG Tables: Example of Ground Beef

  • Divide the number of servings required by the number of servings you will get per purchase unit.

  • 54.5 oz ÷ 11.2 oz = 4.87 lb, Round up to 5 lbs = Amount to prepare

http://www.fns.usda.gov/TN/Resources/foodbuyingguide.html


Food Buying Guide Calculator Tables

http://fbg.nfsmi.org/

  • Self tutorial on website


Food Buying Guide Calculator Tables

1

2

3

http://fbg.nfsmi.org/


Food Buying Guide Calculator: Ground Beef Tables

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 5

Step 4


Crediting Handbook for the CACFP Tables

  • http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/crediting-handbook-child-and-adult-care-food-program



Food buying guide section 5 other foods
Food Buying Guide TablesSection 5: Other Foods

  • Ketchup

  • Mustard

  • Chili sauce

  • Salad dressing

  • Syrup

  • Cream cheese

  • Egg product (frozen egg whites/yolks)

  • Bacon

  • Coconut

  • Jams, jellies, preserves

  • Pickle relish

  • Popcorn

  • Potato chips or potato sticks

  • Pudding

  • Dried or evaporated milk

Foods in this section do not meet the requirement for any component


Ground beef patty
Ground TablesBeef Patty

  • “Ground Beef Patty, ” “Hamburger,” “100% Beef,” “Pure Beef Patty,” is creditable

  • “Beef Patty” is not creditable without a CN label because it may be made fillers:

    • Soy Concentrate

    • Soy Isolate

    • Soy Flour

    • Ground Fruit

    • Ground Chicken


This product are creditable: Tables

This product is not creditable without a CN label:

Ingredients: Beef, water, soy protein concentrate, dehydrated onions, salt, monosodium glutamate, and pepper.



Flow chart for determining gr b creditability fbg p 3 7
Flow Chart for Determining TablesGR/B CreditabilityFBG p. 3-7



Exhibit a handout grains breads chart
Exhibit A (Handout) TablesGrains/Breads Chart

  • 6-12 year olds require 1 serving each

  • 1-5 year olds require ½ serving each


How many snack crackers equal a cacfp serving
How many snack crackers equal a CACFP serving? Tables

Resources needed:

  • Grains/Bread Chart

  • Nutrition Facts Label from Package of Crackers


Resource 1: TablesGrains/Bread Chart


Resource 2: Tables

Nutrition Facts Label

Refer to the serving size


Grains/Bread Chart Tables

Group A: Crackers – saltines and snack crackers

Ages 1-5: ½ serving = 10 grams

Ages 6-12: 1 serving = 20 grams

Resource 2: Nutrition

Serving Size: 11 crackers (31 g)

6-12 year olds

1-5 year olds

How many crackers does each child need?


1-5 year olds need Tables

11 crackers x 10 gm = 110 gm

110 ÷31 grams=3.5 crackers

Round up to 4 crackers per 1-5 year old


6-12 year olds need Tables

11 crackers x 20 gm = 220 gm

220 ÷31 grams=7.09 crackers

Round up to 8 crackers per 6-12 year old


How many boxes should you buy
How many boxes should you buy? Tables

11 x 6 = 66 crackers/box

192 ÷ 66 = 2.9 or 3 boxes


Food Item: TablesSnack Crackers

Calculating Quantities to Purchase

6-12 year olds

1-5 year olds


How many 16 ounce boxes are needed
How many 16-ounce boxes are needed? Tables

Divide the total ounces needed by the number of ounces in a box:

17.8 oz÷16 oz = 1.11 boxes

You must buy 2 16-ounce boxes of Snack Crackers


S erving sweet grains breads
S Tableserving sweet grains/breads





Commercially TablesPrepared Combination Items

What are they?

To name a few…

  • Breaded Chicken Nuggets, patties, tenders

  • Breaded popcorn chicken and popcorn shrimp

  • Breaded fish sticks, patties, shapes, nuggets

  • Corn dogs and mini corn dogs

  • Pizza (any type)

  • Canned and frozen ravioli

  • Breakfast bites

  • Lasagna

  • Quesadillas

  • Salisbury steak

  • Meatballs

  • Chili and Chili Mac

  • Chicken pot pies

  • Cheese sauce

  • Frozen soups for any component


CN Labels Tables

NOT

Nutrition Facts Labels or Ingredients Lists

X

X


Cn labels healthy
CN Labels = Healthy? Tables

  • CN labels do NOT indicate that a product is healthy

  • Used predominately on processed meat and meat alternate products

  • Healthier options are becoming available

  • If using CN labeled foods, always read the Nutrition Facts panel to choose healthier options



How to use the CN label Tables

This 4 oz Corn Dog provides 2.0 oz equivalent meat and 2 servings bread alternate for Child Nutrition Meal Pattern Requirements.

Meat equivalent calculation:

1&2 year olds (1 oz) = ½ corn dog

3-5 year olds (1.5 oz) = ¾ corn dog

6-12 year olds (2 oz) = 1 corn dog


How to document cn products on the production record
How to document CN products on the Production Record Tables

Corn Dogs (CN)

1=2 oz m/ma OR 1 bag (48/bag)

54.5 oz

31 corn dogs

7

13

9

5



Production record exercise determining required amounts
Production Record Exercise: TablesDetermining Required Amounts


Required amounts breakfast
Required Amounts: Breakfast Tables

FRUIT/VEGETABLE


Required amounts breakfast1
Required Amounts: Breakfast Tables

Grains/Bread


Required Amounts: Breakfast Tables

Grains/Bread

French Toast Sticks: Group E of Grains/Bread Chart

½ serving=31 gm/1.1. oz/1 serving=63 gm/2.2 oz

1-5 year olds (adults)

50 x 1.1 oz=55

6-12 year olds

10 x 2.2 oz=22

Total:55+22=77oz of French Toast Sticks



Required amounts lunch
Required Amounts: Lunch Tables

MEAT/MEAT ALTERNATE


Required amounts lunch1
Required Amounts: Lunch Tables

FRUIT/VEGETABLE


Required amounts lunch2
Required Amounts: Lunch Tables

Grains/Bread



Required amounts pm snack
Required Amounts: PM Snack Tables

MEAT/MEAT ALTERNATE


Required amounts pm snack1
Required Amounts: PM Snack Tables

FRUIT/VEGETABLE


Required amounts pm snack2
Required Amounts: PM Snack Tables

Grains/Bread


Required amounts pm snack3
Required Amounts: PM Snack Tables

Grains/Bread

Granola Bars: Group E of Grains/Bread Chart

½ serving=31 gm or 1.1. oz

1-5 year olds

50 x 1.1 oz=55

1 serving=63 gm or 2.2 oz

6-12 year olds

20 x 2.2 oz=44

Total: 44+55=99 oz


Required amounts pm snack4
Required Amounts: PM Snack Tables

Grains/Bread

Graham Crackers: Group B of Grains/Bread Chart

1 serving=25 gm/0.9 oz

6-12 year olds

20 x 0.9 oz=18

1/2 serving=13 gm/0.5 oz

1-5 year olds

50 x 0.5 oz=25 oz

Total: 25+18=43 oz



Production Record Exercise: Tables

Determining Amounts Prepared


Need 26.25 cups total

Convert 26.25 cups to ¼ cups; 26.25 ÷ 0.25=105, ¼ cups

105, ¼ cups ÷7.07=14.85, round up to 15 lbs


How many 14 oz boxes of Cheerios® will be needed? Tables

Serving Size (1 cup): 28 gm

Servings per container: 14

Box size: 14 oz

Need 33 ounces in total

33 ounces ÷ 14 = 2.36, round up to 3-14 oz boxes




How many French toast sticks will each child need? Tables

Grains/Bread Chart, Group E

  • 1) 1-5 year olds & adults need 31 grams for ½ serving

    • 5 sticks x 31 gm = 155÷114 gm=1.36, 2 sticks

  • 2) 6-12 year olds need 63 grams for 1 serving

    • 5 sticks x 63 gm = 315 ÷ 114 gm=2.76, 3 sticks

Serving Size: 5 sticks (114 gm) Serving per box: 4

  • How many boxes are needed?

  • 1) Figure out how many sticks in total are needed:

    • 1-5: 50 x 2=100 sticks

    • 6-12: 10 x 3=30

2) 4 servings/box x 5 sticks=20 sticks per box

3) 130 sticks ÷ 20 = 6.5 boxes, round up to 7 boxes



Need 67.5 oz m/ma in total

67.5 ÷ 11.2 = 6.03, round up to 6.25 lbs


Need 11 cups

Convert 11 cups to ¼ cups; 11 ÷ 0.25=44, ¼ cups

44, ¼ cups ÷10.6=4.15, round up to 4.25 lbs


44, ¼ cups ÷31.8=1.38, round up to 2, no. 10 cans


Need 12 ½ cups

Convert 12 ½ cups to ¼ cups; 12.5 ÷ 0.25=50, ¼ cups

50, ¼ cups ÷32=1.56, round up to 1.75 lbs dry rice



How many servings of the Fiesta Wrap recipe will need to be prepared to meet the minimum amounts for the M/MA?

1 Fiesta Wrap : 1 oz m/ma & 1 GR/B

1) 1 Wrap x 15 (1-5 year olds) = 15 wraps

2) 1 ½ Wraps x 35 (3-5 year olds, adults) = 52.5, 53 wraps

3) 15 + 53 = 68 wraps, make the recipe for 100 servings


Scenario E: Day 2 (Tuesday) Lunch prepared to meet the minimum amounts for the M/MA?


How many fish sticks are needed for each child? prepared to meet the minimum amounts for the M/MA?

2 Fish Sticks = 1 oz m/ma, ½ GR/B

1-2 Year Olds

3-5 year old, adults:

  • 1 oz ÷ 1 = 1 serving

  • 1 serving x 2 fish sticks = 2 sticks per child

  • 2 sticks x 15 = 30 sticks for 1-2 year olds

  • 1.5 oz ÷ 1 = 1.5 servings

  • 1.5 servings x 2 sticks =3 sticks per child

  • 3 sticks x 35 = 105 sticks for 3-5 year olds & adult

Total:

30 sticks + 105 sticks = 135 fish sticks need to be prepared


Need 11 cups in total

11 cups ÷ 0.25=44, ¼ cups

Need to make 50 servings


Need 11 cups fruit

Convert 11 cups to ¼ cups; 11 ÷ 0.25=44, ¼ cups

44, ¼ cups ÷5.73=7.67, round up to 7.75 lbs


Scenario F: Day 4 (Thursday) Lunch prepared to meet the minimum amounts for the M/MA?


How many slices of cheese should 1-5 year olds (plus adults) receive? 6-12 year olds?

  • How many slices of cheese per child?

  • 1-5 year olds, adults need ½ ounce m/ma:

    • 50 x ½ slice = 25 slices

  • 6-12 year olds need 1 oz m/ma:

    • 20 x 1.5 slices = 30 slices

NOTE:

1 ounce = 28.3495 grams

How many packages of cheese are needed?

25 slices + 30 slices = 55 slices

55 slices ÷ 11 slices per package = 5 packages


Scenario F: Day 4 (Thursday) Lunch receive? 6-12 year olds?


How many recipes of the Peanut Butter muffins will have to be prepared for this snack?

1 Muffin = 1 GR/B, Recipe yields 18 muffins

Need 45 servings of GR/B in total

45 servings ÷ 18 muffins = 2.5, round up to 3


How many granola bars are needed for each child? be prepared for this snack?

®

Group E of the Grain Bread Chart

1-5 year olds & adults need 31 grams

1 x 31 gm = 31 gm ÷ 24 gm = 1.29, 2 bars

6-12 year olds need 65 grams

1 x 63 gm = 63 gm ÷ 24 gm = 2.625, 3 bars

How many total granola bars are needed?

1-5, adults: 50 x 2 = 100

6-12: 20 x 3 = 60

100 + 60 = 160 bars

1 bar = 24 gm


Scenario F: Day 4 (Thursday) Lunch be prepared for this snack?



THANK YOU! be prepared for this snack?

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