Spicy Breakfast

Spicy dishes fuel breakfast sales

Operators incorporate hot and flavorful ingredients to help drive revenues in the morning daypart. Sponsored by TABASCO® Foodservice.

Consumers’ penchant for spice is giving new meaning to the phrase “hot breakfast.”

“People are eating more spicy foods than they did 10 years ago,” says Robert Maynard, co-founder of Toast Café, a breakfast, brunch and lunch concept started in Huntersville, N.C., that now has four locations and plans to open new franchised units this year.

Southwestern Chorizo Omelet

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