The recipe does say it's 2 servings. However I agree that it's probably not the optimal thing to eat. Yeah it's grain-free, but like you said, chock-full of omega-6. It also says you can use almond milk which would make it even lighter than coconut milk if you're concerned about fat/cals. How about eating dinner for breakfast? Leftover meat+veggies are good any time of day. I think it's just American culture that says that breakfast has to either be a carb-fest or bacon+eggs. Cultures around the world eat all sorts of crazy stuff for breakfast.