Stacy Tilton Reviews: Don't miss "All You Can Eat" Pancakes through February 14th at participating IHOP® restaurants

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Don't miss "All You Can Eat" Pancakes through February 14th at participating IHOP® restaurants

The nice thing about things like "All You Can Eat" pancakes is that you can take your time while you're eating, and each serving of pancakes comes out hot! It's like going to a buffet where you never have to leave your seat...well at least a pancake buffet.

When ordering the "All You Can Eat" pancakes you have the option of starting off with just pancakes or making it a combo with eggs/hash-browns/meat. It's all up to you. And you can even add a favorite fruit topping: strawberries, blueberries, cinnamon apples, or peaches for one additional cost (plus you can even switch it up with each refill of pancakes). I didn't want to just have pancakes since we went during dinner time so I made my meal a combo. I ate a little of each thing and then took home about half of my combo plate for breakfast the next morning. I knew I could get more stacks of two pancakes so I didn't have to fill up on the combo portion of my meal.

About "All You Can Eat" Pancakes:
Guests can choose to start with either five of IHOP’s famous buttermilk pancakes or a short stack of two with a combo plate of eggs, golden hash browns and their choice of breakfast meats. Once that initial serving of pancakes has been enjoyed, guests can keep ‘em coming until they have had…all they can eat!

Enter the IHOP Empty Plate Stack Challenge:
In 2016, IHOP is continuing the tradition of hosting its annual Empty Plate Stack Challenge where pancake lovers are encouraged to go to their local restaurant and see how many plates of unlimited stacks they can conquer together. Guests can upload a team photo with their empty stacks to Instagram tagged with #Panuary and #Entry, along with their team name as well as the number of pancakes eaten.

For full contest details and more information on the Empty Plate Stack Challenge, visit IHOP’s “What’s New” section on the website.

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