Please see the Dinner Menus page for an explanation of prices.
Breakfast items like eggs and milk are frequently on sale by grocery stores to get people to come into the store. The grocery store then raises the price on other items like bread or orange juice or other staples.
The prices of eggs, bacon, ham and milk will vary, but even if you get no discounts, you should still be able to have two eggs, two strips of bacon, toast and juice or milk for less than 75¢.
Yogurt cups are around 40¢ each, but you might get them cheaper if you buy 10. Juice goes on sale buy-one-get-one-free or offers a coupon. You get the point. Over the course of the year, with sales and coupons and prices changing each week, you will get a low average price for breakfast.