IHOP’s Holiday Feast Is Back — And Yes, You Can Decorate Your Own Pancakes Again

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The holidays may be all about trying your hand at delicious new recipes like Crispy Cheesy Potato Waffles and Air Fryer French Toast, but if you need a break from cooking for a bit after Thanksgiving, IHOP has got the thing you need to keep everyone’s bellies full.

Available for a limited time only, the beloved all-day breakfast spot is taking the stress out of holiday cooking with their Holiday Celebrations Family Feast. Packed with a number of breakfast favorites, the feast serves up to four people and is only available for delivery or to-go, so that you can enjoy your meal at home with those closest to you. Priced at just $24.99, each feast includes four servings of scrambled eggs, hash browns, and 8 pieces of hickory-smoked bacon or pork sausage links. The feast also features eight buttermilk pancakes that can be decorated to your liking using vanilla bean mousse, cranberry topping, shimmering blue vanilla sauce, and mini marshmallows. Talk about a true treat!

If you don’t think that will be enough to fill up your whole crew, the pancake purveyor also has a few new holiday items you can add on to your order à la carte. Pancake lovers will find joy in the Winter Wonderland Pancakes — two buttermilk pancakes that are topped with a shimmering blue vanilla swirl, marshmallows, and topped with powdered sugar “snow” — and the Cranberry Vanilla Pancakes that feature a creamy vanilla bean mousse, both cranberry and whipped toppings, and a powdered sugar finish.

Frozen Hot Chocolate Milkshakes, a Cali Roasted Turkey Melt, and the kid-specific Jr. Winter Wonderland Combo (one Winter Wonderland pancake with either a slice of bacon or one sausage link, and one scrambled egg) are also available, too. And for those that find themselves still wanting pumpkin spice anything this far into the season, the brand’s Pumpkin Spice Pancakes are back and going strong.

All seasonal items — including the Holiday Celebrations Family Feast — are available until January 2. So, if you’re looking for a fill-in for Christmas breakfast (since I’m sure you’ve already gotten your Christmas dinner menu under control), this is a great alternative.

Ni’Kesia Pannell

News & Culture Editor

Ni’Kesia Pannell is the News & Culture Editor at Kitchn. Known as a self-proclaimed Slurpee connoisseur and the Queen of Nostalgic Things, Ni’Kesia spends her spare time running her all-natural beverage business — Peach State Drinks — and binging all the old shows you can name.





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