Lunch at Nobles Day Camp
Campers have the option to purchase a lunch or bring their own picnic lunch to camp. White milk, chocolate milk, and water are provided each day for all campers. Microwaves and refrigeration are not available, so please plan accordingly.
Lunches purchased from camp are offered Monday through Thursday for all ages. Lunch includes one of the following: hot entrée, sandwich, wrap, or salad. Fruit and snack are included. Every Friday, we provide a cookout for all campers with hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, fruit, and chips. Click here for a list of menu options and lunch and cookout allergens.
The cost for this program is $36 per week.
You may sign up for lunch while registering your camper or at a later date by calling or emailing the camp office. Once purchased, a menu form will appear in the camper’s CampInTouch account. The form must be completed with the camper’s menu selections or it will default to a sun butter and jelly sandwich.
The deadline to place a lunch order AND make menu selections is TUESDAY for lunches the following week. No exceptions.
Nobles Day Camp Snack Program
We are in the process of choosing snacks based on the USDA – CACFP nutrition standards, which include a greater variety of fruit, more whole grains, and less added sugar and saturated fat. We provide a morning snack for all campers.
Nobles Day Camp is nut aware and will not serve any food with peanuts or tree nuts. We ask our campers and staff NOT TO PACK PEANUT BUTTER OR ANY NUT PRODUCTS in their lunches or snacks. Please check all food labels to be sure they do not say:
- “contains peanuts”
- “may contain peanuts”
Sunflower butter and soy butter are great substitutes for a PB & J.
All wheat products may contain sesame.
We are committed to keeping our campers safe by:
- prohibiting campers from sharing or exchanging food
- closely monitoring snack and lunch
- training all staff members in EpiPen use
- providing gluten-free meal substitutes upon request
Fun With Foods & Teen Cuisine Ingredients (Summer 2023)
Week 1 – Chips & Salsa- Corn Chips (whole grain corn, water, vegetable oil; cotton seed, corn, sunflower, salt), Chili Powder, Coriander, Garlic, Paprika, Cumin, Salt & Pepper, Cilantro, Red Onions, Black Beans, Mango, Corn, Yellow, Orange, Green & Red Peppers, Tomatoes, Canola Oil, Red Vinegar, Lime Juice
Week 2 – Sushi Bowls (Fun With Foods)- Daikon, Watercress, Sweet Potato, Carrot, Cucumber, Bell Pepper, Wasabi, Soy Sauce (Gluten Free), Cilantro, Pickled Ginger, Sushi Rice, Avocado. Maki Sushi rolling (Teen Cuisine)- No raw fish, Sesame
Week 3 – Soft Baked Pretzels– Dough: Flour, Yeast, Sugar Water, Baking Soda, Warm Water. Toppings: Salt, Cinnamon Sugar, Cheese Mix and/or Herbs. Allergens: Wheat
Week 4 – Milkshakes– Milk, Ice, Vanilla Ice Cream, Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup, Caramel Syrup, Vanilla Syrup. Allergens: Milk
Week 5 – Pizza Making- English Muffin (Wheat, Barley, Soy), Tomato Sauce, Cheese, Pepperoni (Beef & Pork), Red & Green Pepper, Olives, Broccoli. Allergens: Wheat, Milk, Egg
Week 6 – Smoothies- Blueberries, Strawberries, Banana, Mango, Plain Sweetened Yogurt, Milk or Apple Juice, Simple Syrup, Ice Cubes. Allergens: Milk, w/option to make without milk
Week 7 – Super S’Mores (Fun With Foods)- Sugar Cones, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal, Graham Crackers, Bananas, Bunny Grahams, Chocolate Chips, Marshmallows. Thrill of the Grill BBQ Sauces & Spices (Teen Cuisine)
Week 8 – NDC Parfaits (Fun With Foods)- Vanilla Pudding (Milk), Cake (Wheat, Egg, Soy), Fresh Blueberries, Strawberries, Blackberries, and Raspberries, Whipping Cream. Breakfast Perfection – Omelets (Teen Cuisine). Allergens: Eggs, Pork.