American, born Texan and now living in Florida.
What I actually eat for breakfast during the work week, but because of a medical condition I have, I always eat something.
Usually, one of these:
Frozen toaster waffles spread with peanut butter and drizzled with syrup
Cold cereal with milk
Old-fashioned oatmeal with golden and regular raisins
Flat bread with peanut butter, sliced banana, granola, and honey
Thin bagel, toasted, with peanut butter
Breakfast bagel or wrap
Trail mix (homemade)
Smoothie, on occasion
Now, weekends or days off, our family makes breakfast an event. We go in rotation, but here are our favorites.
Eggs: Scrambled, fried, or omelets (DH makes the eggs most the time)
Biscuits (most of the time home made) or toast
Waffles (we put pecans, banana, chocolate chips, blueberries inside the batter) or Pancakes (with the same additions, plus granola) or French toast, occasionally Stuffed French toast (two very thin slices of bread, stuffed with a sweetened whipped cream cheese and often with berries, then dipped in a batter and grilled)
Chocolate gravy (like a hot chocolate pudding) served with biscuits
Bacon, ham, or sausage (we usually do patties, but we like links and chicken breakfast sausage too)
Sausage gravy (Very rarely)
Hashbrowns, on occasion
Latkes, on occasion (potato and onion pancakes, served with apple sauce and sour cream)
Very rarely, especially around the holidays, I will make a breakfast casserole that has eggs, sausage, cheese and grits. I also make a stuffed French toast breakfast casserole.
We only use real maple syrup, butter, and real honey. We are rather adventurous with food, but we have to have our syrup!
ETA: DH is a native Southerner and loves grits. His old high school friends ask if he still eats a butter bowl full of grits every day. The answer: no, too many carbs. He eats fried egg sandwiches most days.
We have steak or pork chops and eggs at least once a month. I drink iced tea or water with breakfast, since juice has too much sugar for me. I like my coffee from the Dunkin, with some mocha syrup and cream, hot or iced. DH and DS love bagels, so we usually have some in the house.
I love cream of wheat and making cinnamon toast, so that is what I do when DS or I don't feel well. That was my comfort breakfast growing up.