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Snack Attack! Shop now for a week’s worth of #CACFPCreditable snacks:

Greek yogurt with blueberries
Apple slices and cheese cubes
Ham and melon slices
WGR cereal and milk
Grilled peaches, granola and ricotta cheese

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Consider incorporating some of these #CACFPCreditable snacks on your next grocery trip:

WGR pita with tomato slice and Swiss cheese
Sliced pears and cottage cheese
String cheese and tangerine
WGR tortilla chips and salsa
Cauliflower pasta and milk

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Here are some #CACFPCreditable snacks for you to try this month:

WGR Toast with Peanut Butter
WGR Graham Crackers and Cinnamon with Cottage Cheese
Popcorn and Roasted Chickpeas
Hominy Tortillas and Turkey Roll-Ups
WGR Corn Muffin and Bell Pepper Slices

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Here are some #CACFPCreditable snacks for you to try out this month:
Toasted Quinoa on Yogurt
Cereal and Raisin Trail Mix
Clementines and Snow Peas
Waffles with Pineapple Slices
Tortilla Chips and Bean Dip

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Back to Food Blog Back to Food Blog Tuna Melt on Rye from Linda Jester via Facebook Linda Jester from Kansas City, Missouri, served up Tuna Melt sandwiches on some beautiful swirled rye bread for meat/meat alternate and grains components. She finished off the plate with cucumbers for vegetables and orange slices for fruit. Just…

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Linda Jester from Kansas City, Missouri, served this delicious plate headlined by a Cuban pork sandwich for her meat/meat alternate and grains component. She also added homemade pickles for vegetables, oranges for fruit, and beans for extra protein!

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Here are some #CACFPCreditable snacks for you to try out this month:

Steamed apples and graham crackers (Fruit/Grains)
Halved blueberries and cottage cheese (Fruit/Meat Alternate)
Diced pears and toast (Fruit/Grains)
Shredded carrots and sliced banana (Vegetable/Fruit)
Cooked green peas and crackers (Vegetable/Grains)

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Make this cute and easy snack! Cut a large banana into 12 discs. Place three discs on a lollipop stick, as well as half a strawberry and a sliced grape. Let your kids decorate their snowmen with chopped raisins for the eyes and buttons, and a small slice of carrot for the nose. Serve two with a tablespoon of peanut butter for a #CACFPCreditable snack for ages 1-5.

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Maureen Lyons from La Junta, Colorado, got festive with her CACFP recipes by turning her morning pancakes into Santa Claus. Whole wheat pancakes and fresh fruit is a great way to start the day!

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