|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 (the orange juice), Fran Brill (the cereal), Joey Mazzarino (the muffin), and David Rudman (the milk).
- Let's Eat!: Funny Food Songs (1998, edited)