These days, it seems we'll eat almost anything when we wake up, whether it's eggs, toast, cereal, oatmeal or doughnuts.

These days, it seems we'll eat almost anything when we wake up, whether it's eggs, toast, cereal, oatmeal or doughnuts.

ThisWeek staffers were asked: Is it OK to eat chocolate for breakfast?

Sarah Sole: I support this.

Scott Hummel: According to a recent study that might not be credible, it's not only OK; it's healthful.

Lisa Proctor: I confess to having had chocolate cake for breakfast, so yes.

Nate Ellis: Of course. You gotta do what you feel and chocolate in the morning can kick start your go-getter. It's quite exquisite coupled with a cup of coffee

Neil Thompson: If it's wrong, then I don't want to be right.

Dennis Laycock: Judge not, lest ye be judged.

Andrew King: Eat whatever you want whenever you want, dude.

Abby Armrbuster: Definitely. I have chocolate-flavored protein powder that I add to oatmeal and it makes it feel like a treat.

Lee Cochran: Not for me, but I've made my share of chocolate-chip pancakes and waffles for others.