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In a perfect world, every morning would be care-free with time to prepare eggs, bacon, toast, and other breakfast faves, before heading to work on traffic-free roads.

The reality is not every morning is care-free one. Busy mornings can lead people to skipping and missing out on breakfast, but there's no excuse to omit the most important meal of the day.

Despite the mini-inconveniences of the alarm not going off as expected, or having to change the work clothes because you just realized that week-old stain didn't come out in the wash, breakfast is still within your reach.

Many fast food and casual dining restaurants have revamped their breakfast menus over the last couple of years. Some have focused on convenience, while others have focused on providing somewhat healthier options. Chick-fil-A has been doing both.

In addition to adding yogurt parfaits to its menus, Chick-fil-A recently included multigrain oatmeal too. Made with a mixture of steel-cut oats, rolled oats, flax, buckwheat flour, and whole wheat flour, the oatmeal is topped with one of three toppings: cinnamon brown sugar, roasted mixed nuts, or a dried fruit blend.

Chick-fil-A at Pearland is promoting the new addition and the entire breakfast menu. Every Thursday for a limited time, the Pearland location will have free select breakfast items from 6 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The promotion kicked off with a free full-sized serving of multigrain oatmeal August 18th and continues through the first week in September.

Is it worth it to sacrifice a few minutes of the morning for breakfast? That's an answer only you can answer, but with a sausage biscuit on Thursday, August 25, and choice of sausage or chicken breakfast burrito, Thursday, September 1, the answer may be a resounding yes.

Chick-fil-A at Pearland
10105 Broadway
Pearland, TX 77584
(713) 436-6700

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