If you’re wondering what to eat for breakfast in Denver, choose eggs for to get your day started off right.
When it comes to breakfast in Denver, and all around the world, millions of people turn to eggs. The egg is rich in protein, easy to prepare, and extremely versatile, making it the darling of the breakfast table. Whether you like them poached, over easy, scrambled, in an omelette, or sitting on top of a Benedict at brunch, eggs are the perfect choice.
If you join us at Gunther Toody’s for breakfast in Denver you’re going to find on our menu a lot of great diner food classics like French toast, Belgian waffles, and pancakes. We also serve eggs in all forms, including breakfast favorites like huevos rancheros, corned beef hash and eggs, and breakfast burritos. If you want a hearty breakfast at a great price then try the Big Bopper. It features two eggs any style, hashbrowns, and your choice of meat and toast for only $3.49 Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. Now that is a delicious breakfast bargain!
Did you know that the United States produces 75 billion eggs every year? That’s ten percent of the world’s egg supply! Here are some more egg facts to enjoy over your breakfast in Denver.
- There are about 280 million laying hens in the United States and each lays between 250 and 300 eggs each year.
- Consumers use about 60% of the eggs produced in this country. Approximately 9% is used by the foodservice industry. The rest are turned into egg products or used to make things like mayonnaise and cake mix.
- Most eggs are laid between 7 and 11 a.m.
- A hen requires 24 to 26 hours to produce an egg.
- In modern henhouses the lighting is controlled by computer and triggers egg laying.
- The egg is a nutrient dense food. One egg is only 70 calories and contains 6 grams of high quality protein and 41 International Units of Vitamin D.