I spend a lot of time on food blogs and I noticed that a lot of the time, the recipes are not your standard weeknight fare. I typically make salmon or chicken, with seasoning or a sauce, and rice or potatoes or pasta, and a vegetable or salad.
Someone in my office was eating spaghetti for breakfast earlier this week. I used to do that all the time--go to Babbo's and get the spaghetti and meatballs special, eat half and have the rest for breakfast. Yum.
I found spicy chicken sausage (not in casings) at Sprouts and cooked it, added a can of Muir Glen diced tomatoes with basil, and some almost cooked Fresh and Easy rotini rice pasta. I covered it while I made my salad and grated a little goat cheese mozzarella (I'm not sure I'm supposed to be eating it, but I have it, so I had a little.)
I thought it was fantastic. It will make an excellent breakfast. Even without the cheese.