What's for Breakfast? New York Cheesecake Pancakes (like IHop!) ~

Sunday, February 12, 2012

IHOP's New York Cheesecake Pancakes
(Photo property of IHOP.com)
We have a visitor in the house who LOVES going to IHOP. 
With that in mind, we ventured out for pancakes yesterday morning.  While reading the menu, my daughter eyeballed IHOP's New York  Cheesecake Pancakes.  She showed me the picture and I instantly thought "rich, yummy goodness" and wondered if anyone had recreated this deluxe pancake recipe online.  My daughter ordered them and LOVED them.  With whip cream, strawberries and chunks of cheesecake, how could one not love them?  Afterwards, we went home and found what I had guessed was true, someone has indeed recreated this dish!

Karina of Knitting and Purling blog has recreated the recipe {as you will read, she found a recipe on another {well known} site while doing the same search I did!} and shared it on her darling blog.  Her article on her search is an enjoyable read.  Her "About Karina" section reads, "Who am I? Knitter. Blogger. Stylishly domestic homemaker of the 21st century".  Although her blog is called Knitting and Purling, she says, "It's a knitting blog that's more than a knitting blog" ~ lucky for us!

Here is a link to her version of IHOP's New York Cheesecake Pancakes:  {Kindly click here}. You'll love the recipe and will also enjoy her visually appealing blog, and lighthearted and fun writing style.  (You may even decide to add her to your feeds list!)

If this version of pancakes seems a little over the top for you, but you think your family will enjoy them, consider making a small batch of regular pancakes and the New York Cheesecake Pancakes too!  You can enjoy a yummy breakfast together and can always save YOUR portion of strawberries for later.  {Or you can add champagne to the menu and enjoy that way!}

Of course... you can always leave the cooking behind and visit your local IHOP location and enjoy the original version.  For a location near you, visit IHOP's site by clicking here.

For basic pancakes, think Bisquick.  You can visit their site by clicking here.

Enjoy your Sunday!


Anonymous said...

All I can say is WOW....who has that much time to recreate those sinful pancakes...lol

My much quicker suggestion is to make your favorite pancakes, slice up your favorite fruit, mix with a dab of sugar (to make a syrup with the juice from the fruit) they buy the new Philly ready to eat cheesecake filling.

Put the cheesecake filling in a zippy bag, snip the corner and deposit the desired amount between your pancakes....top with the fresh fruit/sugar mix.

I LOVE the new Philly ready to eat cheesecake filling super easy and a lot less expensive that going to IHOP for breakfast.....it's also wonderful for a quick cheesecake desert, I recommend it to everyone.

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