‘All You Can Eat Pancakes’ At IHOP Are Back!

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By Cooking Panda

Oh baby.

I know we all just made our New Year’s resolutions to be the healthiest versions of ourselves yet, and everybody knows that a big part of overall health is mental health. And that means occasionally indulging in foods that make your heart happy as well as your physical body.

For those of you who think pancakes are the best food in the entire world, then you’ll be pleased to know that IHOP is offering its popular “all-you-can-eat pancakes” deal at participating locations from Jan. 4, 2017, through Feb. 12, 2017.

“This January, IHOP restaurants are helping breakfastarians achieve their New Year’s resolution — to eat as many of IHOP restaurants’ world famous, freshly made for you buttermilk pancakes as often as they wish, any time of day — by bringing back one of the brand’s most popular and beloved offers, ‘All You Can Eat’ pancakes,” states the press release on the IHOP website.

Basically, you can go in to an IHOP and your server will continuously serve you stacks of the chain’s original buttermilk pancakes — all that you can eat of them, in fact.

Now, if you are a vegan, this kind of deal probably doesn’t appeal to you, considering IHOP makes their pancakes with both eggs and milk/dairy products. However, for those who do eat animal byproducts but don’t necessarily just want pancakes, the deal states that you can also order a short stack of two pancakes with a combo plate of eggs, golden hash browns and choice of breakfast meat for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and then continue receiving short stacks of two buttermilk pancakes until the all-you-can-eat promise has been fulfilled.

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“Since the moment we opened 57 years ago, our guests have been able to get the perfect breakfast any time of day,” Kirk Thompson, vice president of marketing at IHOP, LLC, stated in a press release.

The offer is for dine-in only, and is for a limited time. Price and participation will vary depending on which location you dine at.

Sources; IHOP / Photo Credit: IHOP/Instagram

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