Friday, March 24, 2023


What will you have for breakfast today?

Most of our readers read this newsletter first thing in the morning (we know this from past polls). So if that’s the case, we think there’s a good chance you’re thinking about breakfast right now. Whether you’ve had it already or not, breakfast is the best part of the morning, don’t you agree?

This morning, what will you have for breakfast? Will it be some hard-boiled eggs? Cereal or oatmeal? Toast? A smoothie? Or will you have eggs, toast and a smoothie? This poll is a little different—you can vote up to three times if you’re having (or had) more than one of these options.

After you vote, please leave a comment and tell us what you’re having for breakfast. Come on, make us hungry!


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1 month ago

Needed a quick breakfast. I always keep frozen burritos on hand.

1 month ago

It’s a travel day, so we will have quiche with fresh tomatoes. I bake a large pie before we travel so all we have to do is plate and heat a couple of slices. Maybe add some fresh fruit or tomatoes. It will keep several days and taste just as fresh.

Kathryn Turner-Arsenault
1 month ago

Grilled chicken sandwich and tater tots. Yum!

1 month ago

When my husband isn’t well I do my “quiet breakfast”, cottage cheese and snack packet of Costco trail mix over the top. A few M&M’s at breakfast hurt no one!

Kathy G.
1 month ago

Avocado Toast

Leslie Smith
1 month ago

Today was pancakes and fried Eggs.

Jim Camp
1 month ago

I only eat from noon to 8pm and fast the rest of the day. Great for weight management and diabetes. Breakfast can be eaten any time.

1 month ago

Beans & franks.

John Macatee
1 month ago

I made; ( wife & I) hash browns, scrambled eggs, toast, tri tip, OJ and coffee.

1 month ago

For my wife and I, breakfast is homemade overnight oats with probiotics and antioxidant fruit and spices.

1 month ago

Either eggs and toast or a fried egg sandwich. Special days are pancakes and bacon.

1 month ago

As I age (retired), I found breakfast meals are no longer compatible with weight management.

1 month ago
Reply to  GeorgeB

That’s me too, but I think I have it backwards. I only have a glass of juice in the morning, very little or no lunch, then a large supper and sleep on it. Should eat a big breakfast and only a very light supper.

Saw a stat on the news last night that 40% of American adults are obese. Not just overweight, but significantly overweight.

Jeff Craig
1 month ago

I try to mix things up, one day a ‘big’ breakfast with eggs, potatoes or toast, sausage, etc…
another option is a pastry or some Eggo waffles before I head to a job site, but this morning I had my other option – fresh fruit and Greek yogurt with a Belvita cracker crumbled up in the mix and a scoop of protein powder for a boost.
Oh, and of course, a 16oz mug of Eight o’Clock Dark Italian Roast!

Last edited 1 month ago by Jeff Craig
1 month ago

I wait to grocery shop till everything is eaten from both the fridge n cabinet. That way, hopefully food isn’t wasted. Today’s Brkfst is 2 fried eggs, 3 sausage links, n bread with jelly. Normally my “Brkfst” time is between noon n 2pm, then a light dinner around 8-9pm. Some days it’s yogurt/ granola, pancakes, instant Oatmeal, a turnover, n yes, even Oatmeal cookies (that’s when I know I need to shop, lol)

Sandi Pearson
1 month ago

We mix it up quite a bit. Today is oatmeal tomorrow will be banana pancakes with breakfast tacos on Sunday. We love the breakfast pizza from wally world..makes 4 meals for us. Bake once then reheat slices as needed ..perfect for moving day quick and no clean up. I also bake breakfast casseroles that translate into multiple meals. I always cooked at home and not much has changed in the two years of full time travel.

1 month ago

a protein “shake”, a few grapes and a small sugar free cookie

1 month ago

One egg, 2 turkey sausage links, 2 slices of tomato, one whole grain toast with teaspoon of peanut butter, large glass of water and coffee.

1 month ago

I eat whatever my husband cooks! 😋

1 month ago
Reply to  M D-B

Me too!

1 month ago

Been boondocking for a week. Today is moving day. Had leftover quinoa cups. Made at home and frozen just for a day like today.

Paul Schwengel
1 month ago

whole grain bread with peanut butter and apricot preserves, and a banana.

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