IHOP Launches New Gluten-Friendly Pancakes As Part Of New Gluten-Friendly Lineup Nationwide

IHOP Launches New Gluten-Friendly Pancakes As Part Of New Gluten-Friendly Lineup Nationwide
IHOP Launches New Gluten-Friendly Pancakes As Part Of New Gluten-Friendly Lineup Nationwide

IHOP adds new gluten-friendly Buttermilk pancakes to the menu as part of the chain’s larger, gluten-friendly lineup, which also includes gluten-friendly waffles and gluten-friendly Ultimate Steakburgers.

Gluten-friendly pancakes are made from the brand’s signature batter that blends rice flour, sugar, milk, eggs and other gluten-friendly ingredients to give fans the same IHOP pancake experience without compromising on taste or fluffiness.

Meanwhile, gluten-friendly Ultimate Steakburgers are served with a bun made with a blend of rice flour, milk, egg whites, with a touch of honey for sweetness and other gluten-friendly ingredients.

IHOP’s full gluten-friendly lineup includes:

  • Original Gluten-Friendly Pancakes: Four fluffy gluten-friendly pancakes topped with real whipped butter. Also available as a combo with a selection of eggs, bacon or sausage and hash browns.
  • Gluten-Friendly Belgian Waffles: Golden-brown, gluten-friendly Belgian waffles topped with real whipped butter. Also available as a combo, with a selection of eggs, bacon or sausage and hash browns.
  • Gluten-Friendly Ultimate Steakburgers: Six Ultimate Steakburgers are now available as gluten-friendly options: The Classic, The Classic with Bacon, Mega Monster, Loaded Philly, Jalapeno Kick and Cali Garlic Butter. All gluten-friendly Ultimate Steakburgers include a choice of gluten-friendly sides: French fries, fresh fruit, hash browns or a two-stack of Original Gluten-Friendly Pancakes.

You can find gluten-friendly pancakes, waffles and steakburgers at all IHOP restaurants nationwide.

I’m also including a copy of IHOP’s “gluten-friendly” disclaimer:

IHOP defines gluten-friendly as menu items prepared without gluten-containing ingredients based on information from our approved suppliers. We do not claim that items marked as gluten-friendly are “gluten free” because we cannot confirm that they meet the FDA’s definition of “gluten free” (< 20 parts per million of gluten). Because we have multiple sources of gluten in our shared cooking and prep areas, including common fryer oil, we are unable to guarantee that any menu item can be completely free of gluten or allergens.

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