Why Breakfast is the Most Important Meal. Period.

Breakfast.JPGI am convinced that people who don’t like breakfast simply cannot be trusted.
Now, I have not personally undertaken to scientifically prove this theory. But I’m willing to bet dollars to doughnuts that someone has. And if they haven’t, they certainly should.

While we’re on the subject, doughnuts are typically considered a breakfast treat. And I mean, what’s not to like about doughnuts?

And then there’s the eggs. There has to be a gazillion ways to have eggs. Fried, poached, hard boiled, scrambled. In Benedicts. Eggs have protein. Protein is good. Necessary even.

Not convinced about the whole egg thing? Meet my friend omelet. Where you can even include veggies and such. Tomatoes, onions, spinach, avocado, peppers. Super duper healthy, if that’s your gig.

But wait. You want more protein? No problem! There all kinds of breakfast meats. Canadian bacon, turkey bacon, maple bacon, turkey sausage, chicken sausage. For Gods’ sake, you can even have steak for breakfast! And did I mention bacon??

More of a carb freak? That’s cool, too. There are pancakes and waffles and French toast. And muffins and bagels. And biscuits and gravy. And potatoes a bunch of ways…from house to tots. Ooh ooh…and there’s grits. With cheese even.

In conclusion, breakfast is like THE best meal of the day. No matter what time of day you have it.

And if you ever meet anyone who tells you otherwise, they’re communists.

What’s your can’t-live-without favorite breakfast? Leave a comment below!

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