When at home, cafe-latte and coffee made with the moka are the more common choices for drinks, and usually small breakfast cookies (such as Mulino Bianco or Doria) provide that extra morning boost. Children generally drink hot chocolate, plain milk, or sometimes warmed milk with very little coffee. Cereals are available on the shelves in the grocery store, but mostly eaten as an afternoon snack. Italians often consume their breakfast out. The thousands of bars you will walk by all over Italy serve cappuccino, espresso, cornetti, paste (brioches, or bomboloni), and more for a breakfast you can conveniently consume while standing at the counter!