IHOP Makes French Toast With King's Hawaiian Sweet Bread: Yes, Please

Making French Toast even sweeter? We're up for that!

IHOP,  king's Hawaiian  sweet bread

IHOP® unveils its newest limited-time French toast innovation in partnership with iconic King's Hawaiian® sweet bread.

The unexpected pairing puts a tropical spin on the breakfast favorite by taking the fluffy sweet rolls that are beloved around the world, dipping them in vanilla batter, and grilling them until golden brown. This latest menu creation from IHOP restaurants is available nationwide* until June 10 in three sweet and one savory varieties: Original King's Hawaiian® French Toast, Strawberry Banana, Cinnamon Toast, and the Big Island Breakfast Stack, an IHOP-ified version of a hearty breakfast sandwich. 

The new line-up of King's Hawaiian French Toast from IHOP includes:

  • Original King's Hawaiian® French Toast -- Two King's Hawaiian® Original sweet rolls sliced, dipped in our signature vanilla batter, French toasted and topped with real butter and powdered sugar 
  • Strawberry Banana -- Two King's Hawaiian® Original sweet rolls sliced, French toasted and topped with glazed strawberries and fresh, sliced bananas 
  • Cinnamon Toast -- Two King's Hawaiian® Original sweet rolls sliced, French toasted and topped with warm cinnamon spread and sweet cream cheese icing and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar 
  • Big Island Breakfast Stack – Four King's Hawaiian® Original sweet rolls sliced, French toasted and filled with sliced ham, Swiss cheese, sweet lingonberries and two fried eggs – all served with a choice of golden hash browns or two Original Buttermilk Pancakes 

IHOP is partnering with King's Hawaiian, the sweet bread expert during its milestone anniversary year as a nod to its tropical roots. In 1958, brothers Al and Jerry Lapin opened the first International House of Pancakes location in Toluca Lake, California after a trip to the Big Island, where a meal of pancakes served with coconut syrup inspired them to create a new all-day breakfast destination.

The 30-second TV spot can be seen here.

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