Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If that’s the case, why do so many people skip breakfast? Much of this can be attributed to the lack of time in a hurried routine that many Americans follow – or at least they used to prior to the start of the global pandemic. When you no longer have a long and strenuous commute to the office, you have more time on your hands. But now that many employers are saying that employees must return to the office, what is there to do? Thankfully, there are heat-and-eat breakfast solutions to keep us on track for a brighter day ahead with more energy. It’s time to look at American breakfast habits – what’s changed and what’s new.

To see how Americans wanted to adapt to breakfast faced with needing to come back to the office, heat-and-eat breakfast maker Bob Evans conducted a recent survey. Some of the highlights of their findings included

1 – Home consumption of common breakfast items grew as people are seeking comfort food:

  • Pancakes: +25%
  • Waffles: +20%
  • Sausage: +16%
  • Bacon: +15%
  • Cereal: +11%

2 – Why people who make breakfast make it a priority:

  • Satisfies their morning hunger: 57%
  • Starting the day in a great way: 51%
  • Helps them stay full until lunch: 47%

3 – Those skip breakfast because :

  • There’s not enough time: 32%
  • They aren’t hungry: 29%
  • Food is not available: 14%

Learn more about the changing habits and desires of Americans when it comes to their breakfast trends and American breakfast habits in the following visual deep dive below, courtesy of Bob Evans:

How The Pandemic Changed American’s Breakfast Habits
Source: BobEvansGrocery.com

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