IHOP celebrates season with new menu

IHOP celebrates season with new menu

November sees IHOP add six new items to their menu – all with a comforting eye on the chilly season. New to the menu are these items:

  • Winter Wonderland Pancakes: two buttermilk pancakes with blue vanilla swirl, mini marshmallows, powdered sugar snow, served alone, or with choice of breakfast combo, $8.99 full stack, $4.99 half stack
  • Cranberry Vanilla Pancakes: two buttermilk pancakes with vanilla bean mousse, cranberry topping, whipped topping, powdered sugar, $8.99 full stack, $4.99 half stack
  • Frozen Hot Chocolate Milkshake: vanilla ice cream with real milk & hot chocolate, whipped topping, chocolate drizzle & mini marshmallows, $3.99
  • Cali Roasted Turkey Melt: roasted turkey breast, hickory-smoked bacon, Wisconsin whole milk cheese, roasted cherry tomatoes, fresh avocado & mayo, grilled multigrain bread, $12.99
  • Winter Wonderland Kids Combo:  Winter Wonderland pancake, 1 hickory-smoked bacon strip, 1 pork sausage link and 1 scrambled egg
  • Holiday Celebrations Family Feast: four servings scrambled eggs and golden hash browns, 8 hickory-smoked bacon strips or 8 pork sausage links, and 8 buttermilk pancakes. Comes with holiday decorations including vanilla bean mousse, cranberry topping, blue vanilla sauce & mini marshmallows. Serves 4. Available for IHOP ‘N Go only, $24.99

These new holiday items are available until January 2nd 2022. Additionally, guests can enjoy the new Winter Wonderland pancakes during daily IHOPPY Hour from 2-10pm for just $5 or $6 in some areas.

Prices listed from the IHOP closest to us in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Image credit, IHOP.

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