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We have always been fans of IHOP and it just keeps getting better.  We have had many great times there, from tricking Broxton into getting up early for school and then surprising him with IHOP instead to going to eat IHOP before having Savannah, it has been a great place for conversations and memories.  I am glad to work with IHOP to share with you that they have partnered with NO KID HUNGRY and you can help make a difference!  

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IHOP and No Kid Hungry will come together again in the fight against child hood hunger. On August 23 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., IHOP restaurants nationwide will offer a short stack of their world-famous buttermilk pancakes for just $1 with 100% of the proceeds  benefiting No Kid Hungry. With over sixteen million children suffering from hunger nationwide, IHOP and its franchise partners understand the need to provide children access to the healthy breakfasts they need to grow and thrive. IHOP restaurants’ efforts will help kick off the Dine Out for No Kid Hungry campaign. Guests can come in to try one of IHOP’s signature, fresh, made to order, meals and still donate to the No Kid Hungry campaign through IHOP’s website anytime from August 1- September 25. Please help IHOP, the pioneer of breakfast all day, every day, reach its goal of serving one million pancakes on August 23 to make an impact in the lives of hungry children across America.


We recently went to try out their CRISS CROISSANTS.  Of course, I wanted to try them all, but wasn't going to do it at one time... So, I did try the Banana and Caramel one. It was awesome. Marc tried the Strawberries and Cream.  He inhaled it without offering me a bite, so I am guessing it was pretty good as well!  Are you familiar with the Criss-Croissants?  I had no clue, but I am glad now that I tried it out.  Read below to learn more about it:
Criss-Croissants, the dish that when first introduced by IHOP last year, millions of people asked “how did they do that?!” This signature IHOP breakfast dish is made from 27 layers of flakey, buttery croissant pastry dough that is waffled to a golden brown before being stuffed with three new filling combinations: delectable Salted Caramel and Banana, mouth-watering Strawberries and Sweet Cream Cheese or savory Egg, Spinach Roasted & Red Pepper.
If breakfast isn't your thing, or if you are looking to change it up and stop by for dinner... Remember that IHOP is doing Kids Eat Free until September 25th every day from 4-10.  I should totally surprise Broxton and take him for dinner one night. He would not know what to think!  I saw a few things on the menu that seem to be calling my name to come and try, so guess where we might be headed back to soon?
Read more about the Kid Eat Free below:
Kids Eat Free* at IHOP® Restaurants is back! Known for being the originator of serving freshly made breakfast at any time of day, every day, IHOP invites families to savor the last weeks of summer by spending time together at dinner -- all while stretching back-to-school dollars since kids 12 and under eat free with the purchase of adult entrées from August 1 to September 254-10 p.m.every day at participating restaurants.
The Kids Eat Free deal includes dishes from the “Made for Fun” kid’s menu, featuring favorites like the Silver 5, five of IHOP’s silver dollar-sized world-famous Buttermilk Pancakes served with a scrambled egg and hickory-smoked bacon and Jr. Chicken and Waffles, with two all-white meat chicken strips paired with two Belgian waffle quarters and served with whipped butter and choice of dipping sauce. The latest kid’s menu innovation from IHOP is sure to be a crowd pleaser too – new Cheesy Cheese Pizza starts with an “only-at-IHOP” Criss-Croissants ® crust and topped with tangy marinara sauce and melted Monterey Jack & Cheddar cheeses.  

Do you have an IHOP near you?  Do you go for meals other than Breakfast?  

Comments

  1. We have one pretty close to us. There are a few places we like to go to for breakfast. This is one of them.

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  2. I like breakfast for dinner. It disconcerts my youngest though, which always makes me laugh. We have to call it 'opposite day' for it to be fun for him, lol. He's still got a little small child left in him. :)

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