Cheapest breakfast EVER!!!

Running errands today and decided to have breakfast at Ikea. It's so cheap! For $1 plus tax you can have a pretty filling breakfast. It includes scrabbled eggs, hash browns and sausages. All for a dollar!!! In these recessionary times you can't go wrong!


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we stopped off at McDonald's and got a free coffee which we drank before getting to Ikea. McD's is having a coffee war with Starbucks and other expensive coffee places in Toronto so they are offering a free small coffee anytime before 10:30am. I think it may be ending this week.

27 comments:

  1. That's what I call a bargain.

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  2. Suprisingly the McDonalds coffee isn't horrible. It isn't as good as a freshly made by a barista latte, but decent at least! I love eating ikeas food too! Their kids menu is awesome.

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  3. McDonalds coffee actually came out on top when they put all the big chains to the test (Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Caribou, etc)

    Impressive bargains!

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  4. I'm actually going to say that I prefer McD's coffee over Tim Horton's now...and Canadian's love their Timmy's coffee...

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  5. I wouldn't go as far as saying McD tops Timmy Ho, but in the States it's definitely one of the better options.

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  6. I love a good deal, and a good deal involving food is even better! Good work :)

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  7. Love ikea food!!! especially the meatballs. lol.

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  8. i am guessing the Ikea breakfast in canada is better than the Ikea breakfast here! we get bacon (not sausage) and the eggs are subpar. i need to come to your store! :)

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  9. Craziness! A dollar for all that? Wow!

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  10. What a great bargain, wish we had IKEA by us, the nearest one is 65 miles away LOL great find though!

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  11. Your breakfast looks really tasty - and what a great price. I'll be heading to Ikea soon, guess I'll have breakfast too.

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  12. I love IKEA's breakfast the it's a 45 minut drive for us so we only have it a couple of times a year. Still, isn't it the best bargain?

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  13. Whow! Now, that is really a bargain--can't go wrong with that. Glad you guys had a good time, and that's what really mattered.
    Thanks for sharing!
    ~anthony
    PS: Everytime I see your picture icon: it makes me smile. Reminds me of Lucy on the Peanuts with Charlie Brown :)

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  14. ahhhh, to live in suburbia again... sigh.

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  15. Wow ! Really low cost for a fulfilling breakfast.

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  16. I thought I was a good bargoon hunter! You're the best!

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  17. Haha, whenever I used to go with my family to Ikea, my dad goes up to get the breakfast and my mom and I shop! Can't go wrong with 1$ and a free coffee though!

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  18. Never had breakfast at Ikea but our friends tell me it's great, a dollar for as much as you can eat apparently. I've had their meat balls and lingonberry jam and they were awesome. I should take a little trek when I go to Vancouver next time just to check it out (check out the kitchen gadgets that's more like it).

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  19. Nice! I love Ikea and wish we had one closer to us. :-)

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  20. What a great bargain! I do love their meatballs. I was sad when they discontinued the side of red potatoes and started with the mashed.

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  21. that's amazing...cheaper than anywhere else

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  22. I'm going to have to check that out, a one buck breakfast is great!

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  23. We have a little place up the road who is now selling a breakfast for R10(about $1) but it does not look anything like this one....Yum, I'm hungry now!!!

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  24. I love the Ikea cafeteria! The food is cheap--it's the $283 worth of stuff you have to haul back home that makes it expensive! Watch for the free breakfast coupons when they have their big sales!!

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  25. Ikea food is amazing and cheap! I posted about it too.

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