Breakfast for one or any meal can sometimes be challenging. Over time though, I've learned there isn't much I can't make. Clearly, I won't be roasting a whole turkey any time soon! Even at Thanksgiving, my son is on CA, and my daughter is a vegetarian. So for me and one other guest (my cousin) I make a turkey roulade. But now I'm off topic.
I will say though, that mainly I use the microwave for reheating my coffee and sometimes leftovers... never for cooking. Well, except for occasionally steaming fresh broccoli.
Breakfast for one is probably the easiest. I make crustless spinach quiches with turkey breakfast sausage. Make a whole batch and freeze them. Pop one in the microwave, and it's a 2 minute breakfast (w/juice & coffee)!
Today was an omelet made with egg subs (sorry, it's just me and I try to keep it healthy and still delicious), sliced cherry tomato, sautéed onion, rf cheddar, s&p. I made it in my fold-over omelet pan (I know... cheating). So half for breakfast, and the other half in the microwave for breakfast tomorrow. I do eat whole eggs now and then, but for this, the egg subs. works great.