Indulge In Hotcakes, EggsA La Carte
April 1, 2018
Story By: Elima Pangorang |
Stack up your Easter with sweet treats to go with the holiday festivities. Stop by International House of Pancakes (IHOP) to satisfy both sweet and savory cravings.
There’s no better place to try an array of unique hot-cakes than at IHOP. The Belgian Dark Chocolate Mousse ($15.39) for instance, comprises four luscious chocolate pancakes that are filled with chocolate chips and layered with a creamy Belgian dark chocolate mousse. But the decadence doesn’t stop there — it’s then topped with even more mousse, chocolate chips and, of course, a perfect swirl of whipped cream.
On the other side of the spectrum, take a bite into IHOP’s version of “three milk bread” with its Mexican Tres Leches ($15.39) that features vanilla instead of chocolate.
The dish showcases four buttermilk pancakes generously covered in a delicious, creamy vanilla sauce. Then, did someone say “caramel walls?” Because you can expect that this set of pancakes also falls victim to drizzles of dulce de leche caramel sauce, and is finalized with a pillow of whipped cream.
Experience these indulgent treats along with IHOP’s other breakfast, lunch and dinner fillings on an extensive menu full of omelets, breakfast meats, burgers and more.
A GREAT AWAKENING
Skip the search for your eggs, and have them brought right to you, hot and ready to eat in just a hop, skip and a jump. International House of Pancakes’ new menu item, Buttermilk Biscuit & Gravy ($15.49) is the perfect plate to go with your morning short stack. A giant, flaky butter biscuit acts as a warm bed to the four pork link sausages that rest atop, all of which is blanketed by hearty country gravy. Two eggs and golden hash browns sit bedside to complete this delicious morning wake up call.