Food at the Cullman Center

Our menu is updated every week by Tuesday.

Lunch at the Cullman Center is prepared and delivered fresh daily by The Tulip and the Rose.

We are a Nut Free Facility.

If your child is in the infant room we will always discuss the food that would be introduced to them beforehand.

If your child is vegan, vegetarian, or has other dietary concerns please let us know and we will establish alternative meals for them.

If other allergies are present, please work with us to establish a dietary plan before your child starts.

Breakfast: Milk, Corn Flakes, and Mixed Fruit

Lunch: Milk, Bagel Pizza with Turkey, Cheese, Broccoli, and Peppers on a Whoel Grain Bagel. As well as Pineapple

Afternoon Snack: Butter Crackers, Peppers and Dip

Breakfast: Milk, Raisin Toast, and Watermelon

Lunch: Milk, Souther Style Chicken Salad with Eggs, Celery, Carrots, Peas, and Baked Corn Tortillas

Afternoon Snack: Saltines and Peas

Breakfast: Milk, Sausage, and Apples

Lunch: Milk, Chicken Marinara over Whole Grain Spaghetti with Tomatoes. As well as Pears

Afternoon Snack: Wheat Thins and Apricots

Breakfast: Milk, Biscuits, and Applesauce

Lunch: Turkey Pasta Salad with Whole Grain Rotini, Celery, Carrots, Corn, Green Beans, and Peas

Afternoon Snack: Pretzel Bites and Cheese Chunks

Breakfast: Milk, Pancakes, and Bananas

Lunch: Milk, Hummuas, Celery, Carrots, and Baked Tortilla Triangles

Afternoon Snack: Chex Mix and Cucumbers

If you don’t have an adventurous eater, we will always offer them food but we have safety foods and snacks on hand.

If you have any questions about your child’s meals please speak with our Director, Amy Williams.

Expanding Food Horizons

If you’re on a tight budget, start small with inexpensive new foods. Look for sales and discounts on unfamiliar items. Introduce your kids to the world of flavors without spending a fortune.

The idea is to keep it light, fun, and memorable. By turning food exploration into a family adventure, you’re not just broadening their taste buds but also creating awesome memories.

Explore a variety of affordable fruits and vegetables in different colors. Check out local markets or discount stores for budget-friendly options. Make it a game to find the most tasty and economical choices in each color category.

Cooking together doesn’t have to be pricey. Look for budget-friendly recipes that use simple, inexpensive ingredients. Let the kids join in on the fun of preparing meals without worrying about costly items.

Keep an eye out for food-related holidays. Whether it’s National Taco Day or International Sushi Day, use these as an excuse to try something different. It’s a playful way to introduce new dishes and celebrate together.

Team Nutrition has some really helpful guidelines and simple recipes!