The phrase construction that would sound more natural to me would be: “O que se come no Brasil no café da manhã?”. Although it seems not to be directed to one person (as I ommited the “you”), it would have a broader meaning as in “what do people eat...” or “what does one eat...” if you are asking generally about different cultures vs. individual habits.
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