IHOP is celebrating fall and Halloween this year with the debut of new Reese’s Pieces Pancakes alongside a pair of seasonal favorites: the Scary Face Pancake and Pumpkin Spice Pancakes.
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Reese’s Pieces Pancakes feature Reese’s Pieces Pancakes buttermilk pancakes topped with Reese’s peanut butter sauce, chocolate sauce plus Reese’s Pieces candy and a whipped topping.
The returning Pumpkin Spice Pancakes feature pancakes made with real pumpkin and seasonal spices, crowned with creamy whipped topping.
The Scary Face Pancake is Back for 2021
The Scary Face Pancake features a fluffy 7-inch buttermilk pancake topped with whipped topping eyes and smile. IHOP provides a side of Mini Oreo cookies, glazed strawberries and candy corn so you can create your own spooky Scary Face.
The Scary Face Pancake is available for dine-in only for kids 12 and under
Caramel Apple à la Mode Pancakes
Additionally, participating IHOP locations are also serving new Caramel Apple à la Mode Pancakes.
Created by Kid Chef Rayaan, Caramel Apple à la Mode Pancakes tops the brand’s fluffy buttermilk pancakes with apple cinnamon compote, a drizzle of caramel sauce and one scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Earlier this week, IHOP named Rayaan, 8, of Orange County, Calif. as the 2021 IHOP Kid Chef Champion. The third-annual Kid Chef contest invited pediatric patients ages 6-16 from any Children’s Miracle Network Hospital to unleash their culinary creativity and concoct a new pancake recipe. Rayaan earned the 2021 chef’s coat with his Caramel Apple a la Mode pancake recipe: two fluffy buttermilk pancakes topped with warm, cinnamon-spiced apples, drizzled with caramel sauce, and crowned with one scoop of premium vanilla ice cream.
$1 from every sale of Rayaan’s pancakes supports local children’s charities.
Seasonal fall menu items can be found at participating IHOP locations nationwide for a limited time.
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