Breakfast, the unmissable, most important meal of the day, could be difficult to cram into an a.m. routine already packed with school carpools and morning meetings. Enter fast food, a quick alternative for those without the time to cook or stop in at their state’s best breakfast spot. Read this and never again pull into a drive-thru just to be told breakfast hours are over.
The chain’s expert biscuit bakers start their day before 5:30 a.m. Chick-fil-A biscuits are handmade, buttered before they are toasted and placed 20 to a tray. At least one tray is ready to serve at any moment until 10:30 a.m. During breakfast hours, the biscuits are filled with chicken, as expected, as well as eggs, cheese and sausage.
White Castle customers, like true royals, may order whatever they want whenever they want it. Snack on Belgian waffle sliders or Hash Brown Nibblers at 10 a.m or 10 p.m., who's to judge?
Whatabreakfast! Try the honey butter chicken biscuit sandwich, pancakes or breakfast taquitos all served with a side of hash brown sticks and a cup of coffee.
Expect to not have it your way should you attempt to order Burger King breakfast past 10:30 a.m. Get there on time and choose between pancakes, french toast sticks, the Egg-Normous burrito and many “croissan’wiches.”
Who could forget Oct. 6, 2015, the day McDonald’s launched nationwide all-day breakfast? McMuffins and hotcakes at your fingertips at any hour. Consider the all-day breakfast menu a delicious alternative to your state’s best breakfast dish.
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