POLL: What Are Your Breakfast Habits?

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, May 3rd, 2014

Food Network Magazine is on a mission to find out how America eats breakfast. Vote in the polls below and tell FN Dish about your morning routine.

To vote for your favorite breakfast foods, head over to part one of the Food Network Magazine’s breakfast poll.  

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Comments (11)

  1. aseleener says:

    Why is zero not an option on the first question about how many days a week you skip breakfast? I eat breakfast every single day.

  2. Jennifer says:

    I agree, zero should have been an option.

  3. @KrisMLynn says:

    Zero should also be an option for cereal…I don't keep cereal in the house.

  4. slammie says:

    Yup, you need zero as an option for how often you skip breakfast.

  5. Tricia says:

    I never skip breakfast, don't keep cereal in my house, and my toast spends 95% of its time put away in a cabinet.

  6. mbt says:

    worst poll ever

    • Anna says:

      You got that right! I mean seriously…..there should be a 0 for skipping, a early, mid or late morning instead of 5,6,7,ect. , and a fill in the blank for what do you typically eat for brkfst?

  7. Jennifer says:

    Wow , is Zero that hard an option to give us ?

    • GlobalEpicure says:

      0 an essential choice. I haven't touched cereal in oveer 40 years. Despise the dreck. All of it. Cold food in the morning makes me shudder.

  8. Mark Weisgurt says:

    There were two questions on here I wanted to choose 0, but that was not an option.

  9. Kari says:

    Occasionally I won't have breakfast during breakfast hours, but I always eat something before noon? I think there should have been a zero option as well.

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