International House of Pancakes (IHOP), which provides breakfast options, has introduced new menu items: Griddle Melts. These are custom breakfast sandwiches to savor any time of day.
The menu includes three varieties of Griddle Melt sandwiches, each hand-crafted and made-to-order for each guest, served on artisan sourdough bread with a choice of three fluffy omelets in a large breakfast sandwich. Half sandwich servings are also being featured on the menu.
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“Our culinary team has created three delicious varieties of Griddle Melts, each using the finest ingredients, and in a hearty size that requires both hands—even for the half sandwich,” said Natalia Franco, senior VP, Marketing, International House of Pancakes, LLC.[ Also Read: Biscuits that Promise to Combat Obesity ]
Introduced Monday, Feb. 11, Griddle Melt varieties include:
Spinach, Roasted Pepper & Cheese
Sautéed fresh spinach in a fluffy egg omelet topped with roasted red peppers and onions, melted Provolone, Parmesan and Pepper Jack cheeses on grilled artisan sourdough bread. Served with your choice of hash browns, French fries or seasonal fruit.
Smoked ham and sautéed peppers and onions in a classic omelet, topped with sliced ham, melted American cheese and served on grilled artisan sourdough bread. Served with your choice of hash browns, French fries or seasonal fruit.
Ham & Egg Melt
Sliced ham and melted Swiss and American cheeses over a fluffy egg omelet served on grilled artisan sourdough bread. Served with your choice of hash browns, French fries or seasonal fruit.
International House of Pancakes, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of DineEquity, Inc. (NYSE: DIN)
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