OhhhMyStinkinHeck!!! This past weekend as we were out and about spending some time as a family we decided to drop into IHOP and check out their new line of fall pancakes. It was soo hard to choose. New York Cheesecake Pancakes. Pumpkin Pancakes. Carrot Cake Pancakes. Oh goodness, after agonizing over which to choose I finally decided on the Carrot Cake Pancakes. I was NOT disappointed. My tastebuds went into over-drive. My belly sang the songs of heaven. They were FABULOUS!!!
Bric went all out and got the sampler platter. Ham, Sausage, Bacon, eggs, hashbrowns and IHOP’s famous original pancakes. Tate had a little of everything I think. I swear that boy is a bottom-less pit.
And since we all decided to go all out…I just had to get the new Jack, Cheddar and Bacon Potatoes. Loaded with flavor — and my favorite ingredients — the potatoes come with chopped hickory-smoked bacon and melted Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses, sour cream and green onions. They’re served with two eggs and two fluffy buttermilk pancakes.
But I HIGHLY recommend the IHOP Carrot Cake Pancakes on their new fall menu. If carrot isn’t your thing though…perhaps you should try the Pumpkin Pancakes. Because after all, what else would IHOP do with more than 100 tons of pumpkin this fall?
IHOP, known for its world famous buttermilk pancakes, announced today that its fall line-up of signature pancakes will include a trio of the company’s most popular flap jack favorites: New York Cheesecake, Pumpkin and, back again for the first time in four years, Carrot Cake pancakes. The unique flavor offerings continue IHOP’s tradition of satisfying customers with specialty pancakes made from seasonal ingredients.
Starting at $4.99, the new trio of signature pancakes will be available at participating IHOP locations nationwide beginning October 8th through January 2013:
· Pumpkin Pancakes: Made with real pumpkin, spices and crowned with creamy whipped topping. Pumpkin is the perennial #1 selling limited-time offer Signature pancake. Last year IHOP served 3.1 million pumpkin pancakes.
· New York Cheesecake Pancakes: Griddled with real cheesecake pieces, then crowned with glazed strawberries and creamy whipped topping. More than 250,000 pounds of cheesecake were used last year for fans of this item.
· Carrot Cake Pancakes: Rounding out this season’s offerings is an oatmeal spice pancake recipe featuring a sweet-savory mix of fresh, diced apples, shredded carrots, coconut, raisins, crunchy walnut pieces topped with whipped butter and a drizzle of cream cheese icing.