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Beginners’ Guide to the Five Meal Pattern Components ($)

Centers, family child care homes, and afterschool care play a critical role in serving nutritious foods to those they serve. The CACFP guides you on how to provide healthy meals using five food components which make up the meal service requirements: grains, fruits, vegetables, meats/meat alternates and milk. Learn when these are required and how they fit into the CACFP meal pattern.

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Program Stewardship, Monitoring and Oversight with MH Miles

Are you seeking additional resources and support to complete compliance monitoring reviews, audits, and complaint investigations? Can you use a strategic partner to facilitate staff and subrecipient training, consult with on evaluating complex institutions, and to evaluate your existing review tools and processes for efficiencies? MH Miles can help!

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Menu Planning Made Easy: Health-e Pro Software Demo

Health-e Pro software offers nutrient analysis, menu planning, and online publishing. Color-coding makes meal planning easy while maintaining compliance. Standardized recipe building is simple with 5,000 pre-loaded products and recipes in the software. Easily plan compliant menus for CACFP, SBP, NSLP, SFSP and Smart Snack standards.

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Taking the Paper Out of CACFP Paperwork with KidKare

Are you tired of keeping track of CACFP paperwork? What if we told you we could cut the time you spend on paperwork in half? Learn how KidKare by Minute Menu solves the problem—by taking all the CACFP paperwork and reporting digital. Whether you sponsor homes, centers, or both, we have a solution for you. With 30 years of experience, we are continuing to make CACFP easier and more manageable.

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Beyond Beginners: Crediting Recipes for Family Child Care

Already attend the Beginner’s Guide session? In this advanced session for family child care home providers, learn how to evaluate recipes and scale them down to smaller quantities while ensuring they are CACFP creditable. Become confident in developing your own #CACFPCreditable recipes to make and serve for those in your care!

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Beyond Beginners: Crediting Recipes for Centers

Already attend the Beginner’s Guide session? In this advanced session for centers, learn how to evaluate and scale-up recipes while ensuring they are CACFP creditable. Become confident in developing your own #CACFPCreditable recipes to make and serve for those in your care!

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Beginner’s Guide to Crediting Recipes in the CACFP

Maybe you love to develop delicious recipes, or a parent has shared one of their family favorites, but you are not sure how to make it creditable in the CACFP. Learn key tips and methods on how to evaluate recipes to ensure they are #CACFPCreditable as we guide you through our recipe crediting worksheet. This introductory session is recommended prior to attending any Beyond Beginners sessions.

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