The Breakfast Club of Canada wants to develop a recipe book with a variety of nutritious, economical breakfast ideas that it can distribute to schools participating in their breakfast programs. Students working on this project will research food costs, develop menu plans that meet both economic and nutrition requirements, and prepare an easily accessible electronic resource. The majority of work can be done remotely, but ideally students will be able to attend at least one 8am breakfast program. This project is especially relevant for students majoring in dietetics, nutritional sciences or food and nutrition and/or who want to learn more about food environments, food programs, and food economics. For this project, you need to be knowledgeable about nutrition and food preparation. Throughout the project, you’ll learn about the challenges of food security/access faced by rural, remote and urban communities across Canada as well as how to work within the constraints faced by programs in public schools.