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What Is Your Favorite Breakfast Food?

Updated on January 26, 2015
A filling English breakfast with Sausage, Bacon, Bubble & Squeak, Baked Beans and Fried Eggs
A filling English breakfast with Sausage, Bacon, Bubble & Squeak, Baked Beans and Fried Eggs

Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal Of The Day

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, we ought to really eat a good breakfast to help kick-start our bodies into action. However your favorite breakfast food might be what your brain tells you that you want to eat when you get up in the morning and that might not be something that is actually good for your body. While your body is telling you that a nice bowl of oatmeal might be nice, your brain could be craving pancakes and maple syrup, bagels and cream cheese or a sugary donut.

I didn't always eat as healthy as I do nowadays, but as I have got older, I understand the importance of trying to stay healthy, and starting the day off right (well most of the time) is a good way to help keep your body in shape and to prevent problems later in life.

I have to admit that the breakfast plate you see here, of Bacon, Sausage, Baked Beans, Fried Egg and Bubble & Squeak (left over potatoes and vegetables fried up in the skillet) isn't that healthy, but this is the type of breakfast most of us of my generation grew up with in England.

I am curious to find what you deem to be a good way to start the day, or are you a Cappuccino, Bagel or Donut person, maybe a Cereal and Banana one, or do you feel the need for a good cooked breakfast to start the day?

How To Cook A "Full English" Breakfast

Begin with the items that take the longest to cook - Sausages, Bacon, Tomatoes

Begin with the items that take the longest to cook - Sausages, Bacon, Tomatoes
Begin with the items that take the longest to cook - Sausages, Bacon, Tomatoes

Next the quicker items - Baked Beans, Eggs etc. I like to slice my Sausages so the insides brown.

Next the quicker items - Baked Beans, Eggs etc. I like to slice my Sausages so the insides brown.
Next the quicker items - Baked Beans, Eggs etc. I like to slice my Sausages so the insides brown.

The Finished Plate

The Finished Plate
The Finished Plate

What Is A "Full English" Breakfast?

A "Full English" breakfast is what we in the UK used to have regularly to start the day, but with eating habits being rather more healthy these days, it's something that is more often than not reserved for the weekend or for when you are on vacation, rather than being eaten every day of the week.

The emphasis here is on the word "full", since a "Full English" is usually a large plate full of food.

The basic elements of a Full English breakfast are Bacon, Sausages (big fat juicy pork ones, not skinny little American breakfast sausages or patties), Eggs, Baked Beans and Grilled Tomatoes.

Traditionally the sausages and bacon would be fried in fat, which they of course added to, and then slices of bread would be cooked in the fat and served on the plate (Fried Bread), which of course is truly unhealthy, especially since the fat used years ago was Lard and not corn oil. More often than not you will now see Toast used instead, a more healthy option.

The eggs are usually served fried, which in the UK means dried in a skillet of oil/fat, the hot oil being flicked over the top of the eggs as they cook, rather than flipping the eggs over on a griddle as in the USA. This results in the egg white being cooked well, but the yolk being still runny, and we love to dip everything in our egg yolk in the UK.

But not everyone likes their eggs fried, so you also find poached eggs or scrambled eggs being served with a Full English Breakfast.

Our bacon is thicker than that served in the USA, and leaner too. It's got a different taste, less of the fatty taste, and the sausages have a stronger taste as well.

Other ingredients you will often find in a Full English breakfast are Black Pudding (a sausage that is made of congealed pigs blood, also eaten in Latin America and known as "Morcilla"), Fried Potatoes (cubes of potato cooked in the skillet, often substituted with Hash Browns these days as we get more Americanized), and not forgetting Bubble and Squeak (which you can read more about later on).

A Full English Breakfast is definitely guaranteed to fill you up and believe it or not people sometimes follow this by toast and marmalade as well.

Bubble & Squeak

What Is Bubble & Squeak?

Bubble & Squeak is a British dish that is made from left over vegetables and potatoes, mashed down and fried over in a skillet.

It's great for Breakfast with Bacon, Sausage and Eggs, but is also good to eat at any time of the day.

Bubble & Squeak originates (or so I believe) from having to find a way to use up the leftovers from the Sunday roast, which is a British tradition in itself.

There would always be vegetables and potatoes left over, and frying them up together helped to turn them into another meal, and it's a good way to help alieviate waste, as well as tasting good.

Bubble & Squeak can be served with cold cuts of meat left over from the Sunday roast, but more often than not it's served for breakfast/brunch with sausage, bacon, baked beans and eggs.

Healthy or Unhealthy Breakfast?

From An Unhealthy Start To A Healthy One

I grew up often eating Bread and Dripping for breakfast, which is probably one of the most unhealthy things to eat by today's standards.

Dripping is the fat and juices collected from the roasting pan after a Sunday Roast, and was commonly used as a topping for bread years ago when I was young.

The dripping was allowed to go cold in a bowl, and you would spread the fat onto bread or toast, ideally finding a nice lump of jellied gravy at the bottom, topping with salt and white pepper.

Now I have to admit that this was something the little "porky" me looked forward to in the morning, but apart from the fact it's completely unhealthy, nowadays it's hard to find a roast large enough to give some decent dripping.

These days I usually start the day at home with a glass of Orange Juice, then when I get to work I have a Banana and a mug of Green Tea. About an hour later I have a good bowl of Oatmeal, with Applesauce in it. This saves having to add sugar. Sometimes I substitute Honey though for the Apple Sauce, and Organic Honey is really good for you.

So that is my way of staying healthy these days, filling up with good warming nourishing food, and by eating my breakfast mid-way through the morning, I don't usually have cravings for food when it comes time for lunch, so I can make do with something light (or nothing at all) until the evening.


Breakfast Isn't Breakfast Without Coffee

Breakfast for most people just wouldn't be complete without COFFEE, and for many not just any old coffee will do either.

These days coffee machines that make your favorite coffee are very affordable, an Espresso Coffee Maker with a Steam Attachment means that you can not only make Espresso at home but you can also make Cappuccino or Latte style coffee as well.

What a great way to start the day, the smell of Espresso. Doesn't even the thought of the smell of fresh coffee make you feel like buying one?


No Breakfast Is Complete Without Juice

A large glass of Fruit Juice first thing in the morning is the best way to wake your body up and to ensure that you have enough Vitamin C to give your immune system a boost.

While buying fruit juice in the store is easy, you nevery really know what is in it. Often what you buy is based on concentrate, with added colorings, sugars and preservatives.

It's a lot more healthy to make your own juice, and juicers don't have to be expensive, and it tastes so much better when it's freshly made, don't you think?

What's your favorite fruit juice?

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Do You Like Eggs For Breakfast?


How Do You Like Your Eggs?

Eggs are a great way to start the day, and there are so many ways you can prepare eggs for breakfast. What's your favorite way to eat them?

How do you like your eggs?

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Cooking With Eggs

You can do far more with eggs than you might imagine, and eggs at breakfast time no longer need be cooked the same old boring way.

Breakfast doesn't have to mean Boiled Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, Griddled or Fried Eggs any more. There are some wonderful things that you can make with eggs for breakfast, including Omelettes, Fritatas, Breakfast Casseroles and much more.

The Good Egg cook book has some great new ideas on how to spice up your breakfasts by putting a new twist on how you cook with eggs.

Do You Like Your Eggs Poached?

I love poached eggs, and while my wife prefers to cook them by cracking the eggs into a saucepan of boiling water, then retrieving them with a spoon when cooked, the white part of the egg can end up in lumps spread across the saucepan, and it does take a bit of cleaning afterwards too.

I grew up with my Mum using an Egg Poaching Pan which was far less messy and which produced poached eggs that were a round even shape.

Poached eggs are less fatty than fried or griddled eggs, and they are really easy to make if you have a poaching pan, especially when camping. They also are a lot easier to clean, especially if they are non-stick like the pan featured here.


Anyone For Toast? - Toast is one of my favorite ways to eat bread, and to make the best toast you need a great toaster.

Toast is something that is quick to make, and it's also a good way to use up bread that is a few days old and that is past it's best for using in sandwiches etc.

I love my toast with jam or marmalade, sometimes with honey, and sometimes with peanut butter or marmite (vegemite) which I know most Americans hate, but just try spreading it really thin and I think you might change your mind about it.

Toast is also great for making toasted cheese sandwiches, or sausage or bacon sandwiches as well. Sometimes I prefer a bacon sandwich in toast rather than bread, because toasting the bread brings out the flavor more, and the smell of bacon and toast cooking go together really well.

While you can make toast under the grill (broiler) or in a toaster oven, a toaster is often a lot easier, and with different settings you are less likely to burn (cremate) your breakfast too.

Breakfast Sandwiches

Breakfast Sandwiches

A breakfast sandwich is a great cross between just having toast and having a full blown cooked breakfast.

These can be made with sausage, bacon, eggs, cheese, tomatoes and so much more, and they are really tasty and easy to make as well, especially if you have a toasted sandwich maker, but they are easy to make without as well, as long as you have a toaster overn or a grill (broiler) in your kitchen.

There are some great books available to give you exciting new combinations of items that you can use in your breakfast sandwiches. This book has some good examples, plus you can create your own recipes, depending on what you have in the kitchen.

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    • TonyPayne profile imageAUTHOR

      Tony Payne 

      6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      @JenniferAkers LM: It's so funny with the Baked Beans, because I haven't met a single person from the USA who didn't think this was weird or disgusting to have for breakfast or even to have on toast, and yet in the UK it's a cooked breakfast staple, like biscuits and gravy are over there, and beans on toast can be eaten for any meal here too. Just shows how different the diets are between our two nations.

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      JenniferAkers LM 

      6 years ago

      So interesting to hear about British breakfasts. I wouldn't have guessed baked beans nor would I have figured out what Bubble & Squeak without your handy explanation. We like eggs and turkey bacon. On weekends, it's usually more food, like adding hash browns and toast.My mom used to make us pancakes on the weekends, but I usually only make them a few times a year (only b/c I have to buy special ingredients to make it gluten free for me). Great lens!

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      Tony Payne 

      7 years ago from Southampton, UK

      @Expat Mamasita: Yes but you have pupusas, mmmmmmmm yummy...

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      Expat Mamasita 

      7 years ago from Thailand

      You can't beat a full English breakfast......complete with a couple of Staffordshire oatcakes to mop up the juices! Sigh! Homesick!

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      7 years ago

      I like the way you write about English breakfast. So tempting, that I want to have it now :)

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      7 years ago

      Erm, my favourite would be:

      if I'm going out, I like the thin steaks that they have in the local HK restaurants with gravy

      If I'm at home, I love condensed milk w/ cinnamon mixed with raw oats drenched in milk.

      Or, I make a cheese sandwich in the toaster oven.

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      7 years ago

      I have a very boring breakfast of cereal with milk and a cup of day most days. I don't think I could eat a big plate of food first thing in the morning, but it's great to see what others have.

    • aliciamaggie54 profile image


      7 years ago

      My favorite breakfast food includes waffles and blueberry pancakes.

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      Tony Bonura 

      7 years ago from Tickfaw, Louisiana

      Now that I've told you that, I can also tell you that the docs won't let me have it anymore, but it's still my favorite.


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      Tony Bonura 

      7 years ago from Tickfaw, Louisiana

      Breakfast is my favorite meal no matter what time of day I have it. My favorite has to be 3 eggs-sunnyside up, pancakes, grits, sausage, ham, hashbrowns, with orange and apple juice. That'll get you going in the morning.


    • ElizabethJeanAl profile image


      7 years ago

      I love breakfasts. Its rushed during the week but we have great breakfasts on the weekends.

    • Srena44 profile image


      7 years ago

      Fantastic lens

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      Elyn MacInnis 

      7 years ago from Shanghai, China

      Love this page! But I agree - what is the difference between frying and griddling? Everyone in my family cooks their eggs in a frying pan...By the way - for me, it is all about the tea. Sometimes with evaporated milk in it... Thanks for all this good news about breakfast!

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      Ivan Wozniak 

      7 years ago from England

      I remember well my parents having the traditional breakfast you describe with bread and dripping. I try to eat a more healthy breakfast of cornflakes, shreddies and banana. Although some say even this is not so healthy!

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      7 years ago

      Breakfast is my favorite meal! I enjoyed seeing what you eat for breakfast in England - somewhat different than here in the States. Interesting page.

    • Tennyhawk profile image


      7 years ago

      I must admit, breakfast is usually a rushed affair for me, and it's never ranked very high on my favorite meals of the day. But this lens gave me some ideas on how to change that. Thanks.

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      7 years ago

      I like all kind of breakfasts but I get just a cup of tea and toasted bread with honey for health reasons. Yummy photos and ideas! Also the Zazzle gifts are cool!

    • Craftymarie profile image


      7 years ago

      I try so hard to be good but my favorite breakfast is pancakes stuffed with crispy bacon and cheese and then drizzled with maple syrup. They really are divine but not a health conscious breakfast that's for sure.

    • traveller27 profile image


      7 years ago

      Back for a second visit - nice lens!

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      orthopedic matt 

      7 years ago

      Great lens. I love to spoil myself every now and then with a Full English Breakfast!

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      Maurice Glaude 

      7 years ago from Mobile, AL

      I have never seen 2 things: Baked beans for breakfast or tomatoes in a skillet. Those two things are foreign to me for sure and I know I love tomatoes and eggs but never saw them sliced in a skillet. Usually the tomatoes are diced or chunked and folded in the an egg omelet. I will have to try that one for sure.

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      Lorelei Cohen 

      7 years ago from Canada

      I think that the healthiest breakfast is oatmeal but my favorite is pancakes and crispy fried bacon. Love bacon for breakfast!

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      7 years ago

      I miss my stepfather's homemade biscuits with my breakfast. They were warm, butter and flaky. I could sop up the yellow of my egg and have bites with freshly made jams or jellies. The best breakfasts were many years ago, and I only make "hockey pucks" when bisbuits is what I really want. No store bought ones will do, no comparison at all!

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      7 years ago

      I have to admit eating breakfast is difficult for me. I would rather skip to lunch and have a sandwich, or a slice of pizza.

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      7 years ago

      I love a proper English breakfast, but normally I just have orange juice, youghurt and a coffee.

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      7 years ago

      I would have to say my favorite is eggs and sausages!

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      Mandy Stradley 

      7 years ago from Riverton, Utah

      Pumpkin Pancakes!

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      clouda9 lm 

      7 years ago

      I am not an early-to-rise morning person so my traditional breakfast fare is usually what most folks would consider brunch. I'm so not opposed to gobbling up a perfectly toasted and buttery English muffin topped with Deb's idea for a poached egg along with salad and a cup of tea in the 11amish morning hours :)

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      7 years ago

      My favorite breakfast is bacon and eggs; but, it is not that good for me, so I usually just have a bowl of cereal to keep my doctor happy.

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      Bill Armstrong 

      7 years ago from Valencia, California

      Owe yea baby! you canny whack a good Brit Breakfast;) Pinned a Tweet on Google+

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      7 years ago

      You sure know how to put together an interesting Squidoo lens ... I'm taking my proverbial hat off to you for this one. I learned a lot about lensmaking and about breakfasts from reading this. You do good work. Nice.

    • justDawn1 profile image


      7 years ago

      I knew I should have ate breakfast before visiting your lens! Love breakfast for dinner also! Great work! Love the pics! :)

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      7 years ago

      I like my 12 grains toast with crunchy peanut butter and 1/2 banana and 3 cups of coffee before that.

    • GramaBarb profile image


      7 years ago from Vancouver

      Old fashioned Rolled Oat swith brown sugar and milk. A side of warm toast with real butter and a mug of coffee. That is my favourite breakfast.

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      pinkrenegade lm 

      7 years ago

      The pictures look yummy.

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      7 years ago

      On a search for donuts but now you have made me hungry for a big British breakfast!

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      7 years ago

      Popping back in to bless this very tasty lens!

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      7 years ago

      in malaysia, we have nasi lemak ( rice with sambal) and roti canai (india bread) as alternatives

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      Cynthia Davis 

      8 years ago from Pittsburgh

      My family likes a waffle bar for special occasions. Wonderful ideas.

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      8 years ago

      I eat a healthier breakfast now too.

    • LisaDH profile image


      8 years ago

      I rarely indulge in my favorite breakfast because of the calories, but every now and then I love to splurge with bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs and fried potatoes or hash browns. But on most days I just have toast or cereal...

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      Angela F 

      8 years ago from Seattle, WA

      Coffee and toast is my breakfast staple. Sometimes I'm good an eat 1/2 banana with cottage cheese on top of the toast but most of the time I can't seem to remember to eat until after 9-10 am (and I'm up by 6!)

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      8 years ago

      A good breakfast provides you with fuel for the rest of your day. Bacon and eggs always sound good.

    • rainbowbutterfl1 profile image


      8 years ago

      I used to have heavy breakfast. In the Philippines, usually we have fried rice, fried marinated milk fish and egg, or sausages and egg plus coffee .

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      poppy mercer 

      8 years ago from London

      I can never eat first thing...just coffee and juice. Breakfast for me is always around 10 or 11... after I've got a bit of work under my belt...and now I'm hungry again after reading this.

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      NAIZA LM 

      8 years ago

      I agree that breakfast is the most important meal throughout the day. I usually have fried rice topped with scrambled eggs and hotdogs for breakfast.. Terrific lens. ~Blessed by a Squid Angel as well. :)

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      8 years ago

      Itâs a very interesting and scrumptious lens, thanks!

      Now my tummy wonât let me off the hook, I am taking a break!

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      8 years ago

      No one mentioned my favorite breakfast, cold pizza! Omelets and sausage aren't bad, either.

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      8 years ago

      I am very hungry now ;)

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      8 years ago

      Comprehensive lens poddys! As a personal trainer I continually press the importance to all my clients of eating a well balanced breakfast. I'm always amazed at the number of people who skip the most important meal of the day! Oats with cranberries, banana and soya milk. The best start to my day :-)

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      Lorelei Cohen 

      8 years ago from Canada

      I'm just starting the Palm Beach Diet so my breakfast was a cheese onion omelet without milk. Starving already this afternooon and it is just day two of the diet. Oh oh!

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      Elsie Hagley 

      8 years ago from New Zealand

      Enjoyed this lens, hopefully one day I can build one as good as this.Love my breakfast. Thanks for sharing with us .

    • whats4dinner profile image


      8 years ago

      Informative and useful lens. I enjoy eating breakfast, it powers you up for the day ahead.

    • delia-delia profile image


      8 years ago

      Great lens! I love one and 1/2 cup of coffee when I get up...then I have a 1/2 bowl of uncooked oats, top it with a handful of cranberries, sprinkle of sliced almonds, topped with Vanilla Yogurt and some soy sounds gross, but to me it's delicious, healthy and fulfilling...I'm just not into big breakfasts.

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      8 years ago from Australia

      Have just finished dinner and you already have me craving my fave brekkie - smoked salmon eggs benedict with skim cappucino.

    • MelonyVaughan profile image


      8 years ago

      Wonderful lens. There's only one problem: I'm now very hungry!

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      8 years ago

      Now I'm hungry for breakfast...that will make it Second Breakfast!

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      8 years ago

      I wish I understood what the lists are for. I just don't get it. Oh well onward. Angel blessed for the morning meal.

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      8 years ago

      Now I think my favorite breakfast food is french toast because I can add some apricot jam to the bread after it cooks in the egg mixture, yummy.

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      8 years ago

      Very simple breakfast for me: peanut butter toast, orange juice and coffee.

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      Pam Irie 

      8 years ago from Land of Aloha

      Sometimes we eat Breakfast food for Dinner. Not so much bacon these days.....keeping healthier for sure.

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      8 years ago

      I am very grateful that you Lens made me Hungry, I am going to get a Denny's Grand Slam! :)

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      Peggy Hazelwood 

      8 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      You've shown some interesting breakfast options! I tend to eat more grains than I should.

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      Fay Favored 

      8 years ago from USA

      Breakfast is my favorite meal (any time of the day). I read your article and was wondering what Bubble & Squeak was. Is it the left over potatoes and vegetables fried up in the skillet that you mentioned? Wanted to know what this was for years. I thought it was pork or meat.

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      Mark Falco 

      8 years ago from Reno, Nevada

      You can't beat a real British breakfast. But it's cruel to taunt an Englishman abroad with REAL's nigh on impossible to get anything other than streaky bacon here in the U.S. (without spending a fortune). Last time I came back to Blighty my wife and I had bacon pretty much every day for a month because we miss it so much!

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      8 years ago

      Nice lens, Breakfast is the most important meal for us to start our day right and to have enough energy for the whole day.

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      8 years ago

      When I don't have a ton of time, my favourite breakfast is a fried egg sandwich... 2 eggs with broken yolks, flipped and covered in melted, medium cheddar cheese and put onto 2 pieces of toast Mmmm.... if I've got the time however, I love bacon, eggs over easy (super soft yolks to dip my toast into), hashbrowns, and toast.... so delicious :)

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      8 years ago

      Looks yummy! I've always wanted to try a real English breakfast. :)

      My breakfast is a cup of coffee. LOL no joke. It's kind of my creature of habit thing. Hurry up get coffee so I can wake up and get started on whatever I was going to get started on. I need to start eating breakfast, or better breakfast for dinner!

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      8 years ago

      Back for a blessing!

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      8 years ago

      Back for a blessing!

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      8 years ago

      Back with some angel dust...

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      8 years ago

      I enjoy apples and almonds (raw, unpasteurized and sprouted) since that mix keeps me very steady and focused for hours. But, for FUN, just FUN breakfasts when all thoughts of good healthy eating go out the window, I love waffles topped with tons of butter and real maple syrup, with a side of bacon or ham. YUMMY! :)

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      Nancy Carol Brown Hardin 

      8 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

      I generally have Grape Nuts Flakes and Cheerios mixed and some Yogurt. But if I go out, I have bacon, eggs, hashbrowns and toast, or French toast and bacon. Sometimes I make eggs, bacon and toast for the evening meal too. Love the lens, Blessed.

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      Darcie French 

      8 years ago from Abbotsford, BC

      I'm a coffee til lunch kind of breakfaster, or I might have a bowl of oatmeal. I rearely have cold cereal for breakfast, but I like it for a snack.

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      8 years ago

      I eat cereal for breakfast almost everyday. On weekends or for dinner we'll do breakfast food that takes more time to make. I think homefries would be my favorite!

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      8 years ago

      Breakfast is definitely the best meal of the day. If my wife would let me I'd eat breakfast for every meal! By the way I learned to love breakfast when I lived in your neck of the woods (Woodstock, then Oxford). The best part about breakfast for me is the social aspect. Saturday and Sunday is the only time my wife and I get to eat breakfast together and it's great.

    • TrentAdamsCA profile image


      8 years ago

      Fun lens -- I agree about the importance of breakfast. This morning I had a blend of almond milk, coconut milk, flax seeds, coconut, protein powder and ice along with an organic espresso topped with cinnamon. I have an espresso maker at home.

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      8 years ago

      I don't eat breakfast in the morning, but do enjoy breakfast foods throughout the day. My favorite breakfast food is French Toast. And I love steak and eggs and homefries for dinner.

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      Zut Moon 

      8 years ago

      Howdy: I have no idea what the best breakfast is but I usualy start my mornings with a glass of milk, coffee and either a peanut butter sandwich or peanut butter on a bagel and shortly after ... a beer !!!

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      8 years ago from New York

      My favorite breakfast food is...cheesecake!

      My mom's is a meatloaf sandwich on a roll.

      Yes, we're weird. We don't care.

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      Anthony Altorenna 

      8 years ago from Connecticut

      The British Breakfast with Bubble & Squeak looks delicious! With our backyard flock of chickens, we often have fresh eggs for breakfast. My favorite is a breakfast sandwich made from a fried egg, a couple of pieces of cooked ham and melted cheddar cheese on a bagel.

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      Tolovaj Publishing House 

      8 years ago from Ljubljana

      I was skipping breakfast for many years but older I am, wiser I am becoming;)

      So now breakfast is very important to me. It is worth extra spending time because it is best investment in a great working day.

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      Laurel Johnson 

      8 years ago from Washington KS

      Hubby grew up in the south so his idea of the ideal breakfast is bacon or sausage, eggs over easy, sliced tomatoes, biscuits, with gravy on the tomatoes and biscuits.

      My idea of the perfect breakfast has to include eggs fixed any way, and toast with orange juice. LOVED the lens.

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      8 years ago

      Not that I eat it too often - I love bacon and pancakes. Wonderful stuff.

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      Virginia Allain 

      8 years ago from Central Florida

      I fix a huge bowl of fruit (cut up strawberries, blueberries, banana, apple, grapes, etc.) and then we have yogurt after that. Every day... really!

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      8 years ago

      As I get older, I try to eat more healthfully (the key word here is "try"!) I was good today, had oatmeal and whole wheat toast for breakfast. But there are times I fall off the wagon and sneak out early in the morning for a couple of "Donald's Donuts" (a local donut shop--with the best donuts in the world), and swing through McDonalds for an Egg McMuffin. Loved this lens--everyone should eat the "English Breakfast" occasionally!

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      WayneDave LM 

      8 years ago

      I love a nice English breakfast, but you can't do that everyday! I wish I could though. Great, interesting, fun lens. Thanks for sharing. All the best.

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      anupma lm 

      8 years ago

      One must take one's breakfast as it is essential for a healthy body. Great lense.

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      8 years ago

      The ideal breakfast for me is bacon, sausage, french toast, muffins, pancakes, eggs all at the same time.

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      8 years ago

      This lens made me hungry. I like eggs over easy, hash browns, and sausage. Sometimes biscuits and gravy are good too.

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      8 years ago from England

      That's a nice looking breakfast in your intro pic... Blessed by a Squid Angel :)

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      8 years ago

      If I'm going to cook instead of just having fresh raw fruit, it will nearly always be eggs benedict - yum! I adore Sunday Brunch at the Windsor, with the works, just don't get to Melbourne anymore to indulge myself. *sigh*

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      8 years ago

      Haven't had a friend breakfast for a while, think I'm about due!

    • TheGourmetCoffe profile image


      8 years ago

      My family's favorite breakfast food includes a variation of fresh fruit, cottage cheese, quinoa, eggs, spinach and freshly brewed gourmet coffee!

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      8 years ago

      I love my homemade whole wheat pancakes with added oatmeal flakes and blueberries served with sugar free syrup. Delicious!! Your cold pot drippings don't sound very appetising to me - maybe served hot. I love bread dipped in olive oil. Most days I have a bowl of oatmeal. Weekends we splurge.

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      8 years ago

      This is not that healthy, but my favorite breakfast lately is blueberry-streusel French toast. Subject to change without notice ;)

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      8 years ago

      Generally not a big breakfast eater, except when away on vacation! Then it's Katy bar the door and lock the fridge! :-) One of my favorite things as a kid though was Scotch Eggs, but where we eat them warm for breakfast, I think you eat them cold for lunch, right?...and now I'm hungry.

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      8 years ago

      The plain old toast is my breakfast friend. :)

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      8 years ago

      For breakfast I drink protein shake and then a green smoothie. After that I eat fruits.

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      Anthony Godinho 

      8 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Yeah, once in a while is ok to just let loose. I generally stick to healthy protein shakes with fruits or oatmeal with fruits. I like to switch things around wherever I can. I was here a while ago and came back to sprinkle some squid angel dusting. Stay healthy and blessed! :)


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