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Buffalo Chicken Salad. By: Danielle Roller & Kirstin Hayes-Hand. Chicken breast (boneless & skinless) Buffalo Sauce Apple Celery Corn Cherry Tomatoes Romaine Salad blend Homemade low fat ranch dressing Whole wheat dinner roll. Final Product. $1.21.

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Buffalo chicken salad

Buffalo Chicken Salad

By: Danielle Roller & Kirstin Hayes-Hand


Final product

Final Product

$1.21


Nutritional goals for high s chool lunch
Nutritional Goals for High School Lunch



Challenges
Challenges

SODIUM

To lower the sodium: Reduced amount of buffalo sauce used Switched from bottled ranch dressing to homemade ranch dressing. Switched to a low sodium dressing mix

APPLES

Our first school testing day, many kids commented on how the apples were their least favorite in the salad. So apples were cut into tinier pieces, and incorporated into the dressing.


Cost was originally too high because of the Greek yogurt. We decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.

COST


Nutrient comparison
Nutrient Comparison decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.


Recipe Comparison decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.


  • Economic Comparison decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.


Weekly progression graph
Weekly Progression Graph decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.


Production decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.

Final Product


Final data collection tool

How did the salad taste? decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing. Bad Good Awesome

How spicy was the salad?Too spicy Good Not spicy enough

Was there enough dressing on the salad? No Yes

Would you eat this salad again? No Yes

Final Data Collection Tool


Nutrition cost influences

Fat Content decided to go with the low fat plain yogurt because it would help decrease the cost from $1.75/serving to $1.21/serving, and also figured it would actually have a better consistency in relation to salad dressing.

Overall Cost

Tortilla Chips

  • High fat content with tortilla chips (28g)

    Cheese

  • High fat content with cheese (10g)

  • High meat component (3.4 oz.)

    Corn

  • Fat content acceptable (2g)

  • Meat component acceptable (2.4oz.)

  • Total calories = 293

  • Minimum requirement= 750

  • Final cost = $1.21

  • Maximum cost allowed= $1.25

Nutrition & Cost Influences


Conclusions

Conclusions


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