|Written by||Tony Geiss|
|Publisher||Ephemeral Music, Inc.|
A young boy (Peter Linz) is indignant about eating breakfast; he'd rather play. Out of nowhere, a chef (Julianne Buescher) appears and is shocked by what she hears. In an upbeat gospel song, she sings about the importance of breakfast, with a montage of people and Muppets enjoying their meal, including a tiger, a horse, Ernie, Elmo, Telly, Barkley, and Big Bird. The boy is convinced by what he hears, and asks his mother what's for breakfast.
- Performers (other than those noted above) include Lisa Buckley (as the boy's mother), Jim Martin (the banana), Alice Dinnean-Vernon (the orange juice), Fran Brill (the cereal), Joey Mazzarino (the muffin), and David Rudman (the milk).
- Let's Eat!: Funny Food Songs (1998, edited)