IHOP is KNOWN for its classic pancakes, but have you ever thought of a pancake taco? Well, IHOP has, and it is now combining the two but only for a limited time.
IHOP's newest innovation is called a Pancake Taco − a sweet and savory handheld pancake that will be available nationwide for a limited time.
After a successful “Choco-Pancake” debut in Houston last summer, the company did brand research to identify what consumers were looking for in new menu items, like quality, choice, and value.
“We didn’t want to simply redo that item, but rather bring to life a dish that leverages our best-selling pancakes in an innovative way that is both fun and different to deliver guests a unique dining experience," said Arthur Carl II, chef and culinary vice president IHOP. "These handheld pancake creations lean into our breakfast equity while giving everyone a choice on sweet or savory – or both – to enjoy during all day parts.”
The Pancake Tacos are available all day at IHOPs nationwide, going for $6 for three taco pancakes. They are available only from July 5-30. You can also make it a combo by adding eggs, meat, and hash browns for an additional charge.
Here are the four Pancake Tacos being offered:
- Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake Pancake Taco − Fresh sliced strawberries and creamy cheesecake mousse inside a folded silver dollar pancake, can be topped with chocolate chips.
- Caramel Banana Pancake Taco − Creamy cheesecake mousse drizzled with vanilla sauce & dulce de leche caramel sauce topped with sliced bananas inside a folded silver dollar pancake, can also be topped with chocolate chips.
- Breakfast Pancake Taco − Scrambled eggs, hickory-smoked bacon, jack & cheddar cheese blend and white cheese sauce inside a folded silver dollar pancake. Salsa topping recommended.
- Country Chicken and Gravy Pancake Taco − Crispy chicken, shredded hash browns, and country gravy inside a folded silver dollar pancake, that can be topped with pickles for an extra salty crunch.
Which one of the Pancake Tacos will you be getting? And which one sounds like the best one?