If you see someone sweating in their sleep, moaning, and licking their lips, it’s possible that they’re dreaming about a big bowl of macaroni and cheese.
In a new survey, 45% of people say they DREAM about what they’re going to eat the next day. And that doesn’t mean fantasize. They dream, in their sleep.
But despite that, no one actually wants to wake up to COOK food. 69% of people said they’re not willing to get up before 8:00 A.M. just to make breakfast.
64% of people with jobs say they often get so busy with work that they end up skipping meals. 57% of them are too busy to make breakfast during the workweek, which leads 20% of them to skip breakfast regularly.
More than half of the parents in the survey say they prepare breakfast the night before to sleep in a bit more.
The other option is to go out. The average American is spending just under $1,500 a year on breakfast that they don’t cook themselves. Which is a lot. That’s at least 100 breakfasts, IF they’re only counting their own personal meals.