The IHOP family restaurant chain has been serving a wide variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner selections for nearly 50 years. Offering 14 types of pancakes as well as omelettes, breakfast specialties, burgers, sandwiches, salads, chicken and steaks, IHOP's diverse menu appeals to people of all ages. IHOP restaurants are franchised and operated by Glendale, California-based International House of Pancakes, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of IHOP Corp. As of September 30, 2007, the end of IHOP Corp.'s third quarter, there were 1,328 IHOP restaurants in 49 states, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada and Mexico. This site will provide you with restaurant news and copycat recipes for IHOP

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Cereal Pancakes


Can’t decide between cereal or pancakes for breakfast? Now you can have both with these easy and delicious cereal + pancake combinations from the folks at Betty Crocker using Bisquick Baking Mix.



Golden Grahams + Apple Crisp Pancakes. Substitute Golden Grahams for the oats in the streusel mixture and sprinkle some on top too, along with fresh whipped cream and maple syrup.




Cinnamon Toast Crunch + Snickerdoodle Pancakes with Warm Vanilla Sauce. Make these cinnamon-sugar flavored pancakes extra flavorful with a sprinkling of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal thrown into the mix. Top it all off with warm vanilla sauce, more Cinnamon Toast Crunch and a dash of cinnamon and it’s just like eating a snickerdoodle, but for breakfast!




Nature Valley Oats ‘N Honey Protein Granola + Banana Buckwheat Pancakes.  Nature Valley’s new protein granola is a great pairing with Bisquick’s banana buckwheat pancakes. They’re hearty, delicious and definitely a great way to start your day.




Wheaties + Easy Berry Pancakes. Add powdered sugar, sliced strawberries and maple syrup for a deliciously satisfying cereal pancake breakfast.



Reese’s Puffs + Double Chocolate PB Pancakes. Baking cocoa, chopped chocolate and a sprinkle of Reese’s Puffs cereal go into the pancakes; peanut butter, whipped cream, more Reese’s Puffs cereal and maple syrup go on top. It’s like eating a giant peanut butter cup for breakfast!

Time to look in your pantry and get creative.