What do YOU eat for breakfast? These 32 breakfasts from around the world will give you a small glimpse into the lives of people from other parts of the world.
#1. Philippines: Fresh fruit & eggs
#2. Poland: Eggs, sausage, and other goodies
#3. Portugal: Stuffed croissants and coffee
#4. Scotland: Eggs, bacon, hashbrowns
#5. Sweden: Crepes with jam
#6. Thailand: Meat with porridge
#7. Turkey: Cheese, eggs, butter, spicy meats, & olives
#8. Venezuela: Empanadas
#9. America: Bacon & pancakes
#10. Argentina: Matte tea with “facturas” a croissant variation
#11. Australia: Vegemite on toast
#12. Bolivia: An empanada like dish called “Saltenas”
#13. Brazil: An array of meats, cheeses, bread, and butter
#14. Canada: Perogies with toast and sausages (although I’ve never had perogies for breakfast and I’m Canadian)
#15. China: Noodles, chicken and fried veggies
#16. Colombia: Soft boiled egg in a soup
#17. Cuba: You dip this bread into the sweetened coffee
#18. Dominican Republic: Mashed plantains and fried salami
#19. Egypt: This dish is called Foul Madamas. It’s made up of fava beans, chickpeas, garlic, and lemon. Plus some hard boiled eggs, tahini sauce, and veggies.
#20. England: Bacon, eggs, grilled tomato, mushrooms, bread, black pudding and baked beans. And of course a cup of tea.
#21. Estonia: Cheese on toast
#22. France: An assortment of croissants with coffee
#23. Germany: Cheese, sausage, and bread
#24. Ghana: Rice and beans
#25. India: Eggs, sausage, and toast
#26. Iran: Looks delish!
#27. Italy: Cappuccino and chocolate croissant
#28. Japan: Tofu with soy sauce
#29. Mexico: Spicy rice and beans
#30. Mongolia: Boiled mutton
#31. Morocco: Crumpet-like breads with cheeses, jams, and butter
#32. Pakistan: An unleavened bread called Aloo Paratha. Sometimes it’s stuffed with vegetables, and goes great with butter or some spicy sauce.
Excuse me now while I go to the kitchen and make myself some breakfast. Share the yumminess with your friends 🙂