No matter where you're waking up around the world, a hearty breakfast is the best way to start the day.
From elaborate spreads to sweet and savory bites, here's what breakfast looks like around the world.
Breakfast in Morocco is all about simplicity, such as bread and egg dishes.
For those with the sweet tooth, sfenj is a popular doughnut-style treat.
It is eaten plain or soaked in honey.
Moroccan breakfast also doubles as teatime.
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Shakshuka is a common breakfast dish eaten throughout the Mediterranean and the Middle East.
The dish is made of eggs poached, baked or scrambled in a savory tomato based sauce, thought to have originated in Tunisia then spread to Israel and the surrounding region by Jewish immigrants.
In England, a full English breakfast means little room left on your plate.
Sometimes referred to as a "Fry-Up".
The plate features a sunny side-up fried egg, sausage, fried bread, bacon, beans and tomatoes, paired with a side of hot tea.
Some locals might even add on mushrooms, black pudding and potatoes for the ultimate English breakfast.
A traditional Japanese breakfast includes an array of savory bites.
It often consists of miso soup, fish and steamed rice.
Usually served with egg, natto, fermented soy beans mix of soy sauce and mustard, is also eaten in the breakfast set.
A Filipino breakfast starts with sour, sweet and savory flavors of "tapsilog."
Thin slices of beef tapa are served with a fried egg and garlic-fried rice.
The beef is often marinated in soy sauce, calamansi juice, vinegar, sugar and garlic.
While meals vary across the country, breakfast in the United States tends to include a few regular go-tos.
Americans enjoy chowing down on eggs, bacon, sausage and starchy sides like toast or pancakes.
This South Asian dish "halwa poori" is beloved by people in both India and Pakistan.
Poori, which is made out of wheat flour, is served deep fried with "shana masala"--a spicy chickpea curry--potato and sweet milk, and semolina-based confection called "Halva."
In Myanmar, sip on savory "mohinga soup."
This Burmese favorite is a rice noodle and fish soup with lemongrass, garlic and catfish.
It is considered to be the national dish of Myanmar.
Breakfast in Turkey is an elaborate spread known as "kahvalti", which is a Turkish word for breakfast.
It consists of fresh cheese's like Feta and Kashkaval, black and green olives, fresh-baked white bread, fruit preserves, honey sweet butter and plenty of brewed black tea serves in Turkish tea glasses.
Columbia changua is a hearty soup made of milk, water, scallions and eggs.
This soup is garnish with cilantro and topped with a piece of stale bread called calado, which softens in the changua.
In Bulgaria, banitsa is a traditional flaky pastry eaten for breakfast.
It is prepared by layering a mixture of whisked eggs and pieces of cheese between filo pastry, and then baked in an oven.
It can be eaten hot or cold.
Baked and saltfish is a classic breakfast dish in Guyana.
It consists of boiled salted codfish, sauteed with tomatoes, onions, garlic and pepper.
It is served with bake, a bread that is slightly sweet.
Breakfast in Mexico is not to be missed.
Chilaquiles is made up of fried corn tortillas soaked in red or green salsa, and topped with crema, cheese and onions.
Mangú is a popular dish served for breakfast in the Dominican Republic.
It is made up of boiled plantains that are mash with butter and served with fried eggs, Dominican salami and pickled onions.
"Mas huni" is a traditional breakfast dish in the Maldives.
Tuna is combined with minced chilies, finely chopped onions and freshly grated coconut.