The end of summer just got a little sweeter with new Double-Dipped French Toast from IHOP Restaurants. This twist on the breakfast classic features soft brioche bread first dipped in vanilla batter, then dipped a second time in a coating of corn flakes and oatmeal and griddled perfectly to a crispy golden-brown. See this unique, delicious treat by visiting: http://www.ihop.com/about-ihop/tv-commericals
Guests can choose one of two flavor combinations to top off this hand-crafted treat:
- Cinnamon Sugar Double-Dipped French Toast – Soft brioche bread is first dipped in vanilla batter, then dipped a second time in crispy corn flakes and oatmeal, griddled, and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and whipped topping.
- Lemon Strawberry Double-Dipped French Toast – Soft brioche bread is first dipped in vanilla batter, then dipped a second time in crispy corn flakes and oatmeal, griddled, then topped with cool lemonade cream and glazed strawberries.
This newest take on the breakfast classic is backed by a long history of French Toast favorites from IHOP restaurants, including mouthwatering Stuffed French Toast and the popular Brioche French Toast.
“Our Double Dipped French Toast offers a variety of flavors and textures giving our guests a fresh, enjoyable and unique experience with each bite,” said Marie Grimm, Vice President, Menu Development & Innovation, International House of Pancakes, LLC. “We’ve spent over a year dipping, grilling, and tasting new ways to improve and innovate this breakfast classic—and I know guests will agree after every bite of this crispy treat that it was time well spent.”
Guests can enjoy two slices of hand-crafted Double-Dipped French Toast as part of a combo with eggs, done the way they like them, their choice of crispy bacon, pork sausage links or a slice of grilled ham, and IHOP restaurants’ signature golden hash browns, or stacked high as an entrée of three slices at participating restaurants.
Double Dipped French toast will be available at participating IHOP Restaurants between July 27 and September 20.