|A mug of raw milk with a little maple syrup in it.
That is one of the most delicious things on the planet!
Our standby breakfast is fried or poached eggs on toast (wholegrain, homemade, slow-rise but not sourdough). It's not too expensive - how do you dudes who eat chorizo and bacon and so on every day afford it?! Sounds delicious though!
Today we had smoothies - Greek yoghurt, homemade mango sorbet and cream. It was definitely on the unhealthy end of the smoothie spectrum, as the sorbet had sugar in it and canned mango; in summer we do often have healthier ones though, with strawberries and banana and such. I'm not brave enough yet for green smoothies with flax seed and coconut oil added...
I just planted a bunch of silverbeet (Swiss chard); when that gets going I'll wilt a leaf or two and have it with the eggs and toast. Then I'll feel real classy.
We also do soaked oatmeal from time to time, with cinnamon, raisins, cream and maple syrup. In fact, I should go soak some oatmeal now!
ETA: DH is not a big morning eater. And we don't get up early. Plus, we just got a flatmate so have to start eating dinner at a more respectable hour - 7ish instead of 9ish. So I'm considering only having two proper meals a day - brunch and dinner. In between, at 4ish, I could make smoothies or we could have popcorn or a cup of soup. What do you think? Would that screw with our nutrition in some unforeseen way? I think I need to cut calories a bit - I've gained a bit of weight since having proper breakfast and lunch and dinner, as opposed to my previous method of skipping breakfast altogether. And I usually eat at lunch because it's time, not because I feel hungry.