23 Breakfasts that are Breaking the Internet Right Now

When it comes to the best breakfast in existence, there are many possible conflicting answers. An online survey recently posed the question, “According to you, what is the perfect breakfast?” These are the top 23 answers.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal
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“Personally, it fills me up, and I don’t get hungry easily during the day. Good choice!”

“I was poor growing up, and oatmeal is what we had every day. I love brown sugar and milk in it… Oatmeal is the bomb. I can never make it like my parents did, though.”

Croissant-based breakfast sandwiches

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“I  have a particular weakness for croissant-based breakfast sandwiches.”

“Sausage, egg, cheese. Bacon is good also, but it’s not as substantial. Not so big on ham in this use case.”

Chilaquiles

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“I ate chilaquiles for breakfast a few times after catching covid in Mexico, and I haven’t been able to stomach it since. Major bummer.”

Hash browns

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“The thin kind, crispy, fried in butter, with diced onion.”

“Diced everything, with every kind of veggie and meat you’ve got cooked into it. Melt in some cheese, and pour either gravy or chili on top. Even if you’re picky and don’t like all the veggies etc., try gravy or chili on your hash browns next time. You’ll thank me.”

Homemade biscuits and sausage gravy

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“This is for me with a few additions, a couple of eggs sunny side up on cheese biscuits. Bacon and chopped-up jalapenos in the gravy. If you are going for the heart attack route, you might as well go all out.”

“That’s a decent start. But perfect? Add three scrambled eggs with hot sauce, some fried potatoes with onions, black coffee, and a small OJ with pulp. Should have actual sausage in the gravy, not just sausage grease.”

Eggs Benedict

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“Eggs benny might be my request for my last meal… People like to get cute with it, but poached eggs, Canadian bacon, English muffins, smothered in hollandaise sauce is classic and the best.”

“Eggs Benedict with crispy home fries.”

French toast with bacon

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“The classics, I see. Gotta love them.”

“Love dipping bacon in maple syrup. My heart doesn’t, but I do.”

Waffle House

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“I wish I went to waffle house every day for breakfast.”

“Waffle House All-Star: eggs over easy, wheat toast, Pecan waffle, hash browns scattered, smothered, and covered.”

Cold leftover pizza

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“Eating cold leftover pizza brings back all the memories from the day before. I approve!”

“Beer and cold pizza.”

Egg bagel

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“Egg bagel with vegetable or chive cream cheese and lox.”

“Cream cheese, capers, onion, smoked salmon, everything bagel with a green smoothie and a side of hash browns and fried egg.”

Fresh tomatoes

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“Fresh tomatoes. Lots of sliced and lightly salted tomatoes.”

“I’ll slice up tomatoes, put a little Mayo on them, and black pepper. Tomato sandwich without the bread.”

Avocado toast

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“Avocado toast with a fried egg.”

“Slice of thick-cut toast with smashed avocado, everything bagel seasoning, and a fried egg.”

American breakfast

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“I will always love a classic American breakfast of bacon, eggs, and toast with a cup of coffee.”

“Eggs, bacon, pancakes, toast, biscuits, and gravy, with a cup of black coffee. So basically, a full American breakfast.”

Scrambled eggs

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“Sourdough, salty butter, medium scrambled eggs, and a roasted tomato half. Lots of salt.”

“Scrambled eggs, bacon, wheat toast, and cheese grits. OJ to drink!”

Vegemite

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“Toast with smashed avo, vegemite, cheese, and eggs.”

“One of my absolute favorites.”

Omelette

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“An omelet! Any kind. You can get as creative with it as you want.”

“A fat omelet, hash browns, and iced coffee.”

Lunch

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“I don’t actually eat breakfast, to be honest, I just wait till lunch and dinner/supper.”

“Lunch.”

Yogurt

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“Yogurt (Vegan for me), diverse fruits, chia seeds, almonds/walnuts, maple syrup.”

McDonald’s

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“McDonald’s big breakfast with an extra hash brown, orange juice, and coffee. (I’ve had many high-quality restaurant or home-cooked breakfasts, but THAT is the meal I have always gotten every time I go to a swap meet in Wisconsin with my dad. So, it still cannot be beaten!)”

“Not waking up til noon for the hangover McDonald’s.”

Full English breakfast

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“I find the full English breakfast to be the all-time best breakfast ever. It’s perfect, and it tastes absolutely amazing.”

“Not British, but honestly something resembling a full English.”

Peanut butter toast

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“Peanut butter toast and coffee.”

Bubble and squeak

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“Bubble and Squeak is fried leftover vegetables from the previous night. Usually consists of mashed potatoes as a base with cabbage carrots and whatever other veg you have all mixed together.”

“Sausages, bacon, toast, bacon, scrambled eggs, mushrooms, fried bread, hash browns, baked beans, fried eggs, black pudding, tomatoes, bubble & squeak, bacon, and a cup of tea.”

Coffee

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“I can get along with just a cup of coffee.”

“Coffee, just coffee.”

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