IHOP is preparing for Halloween with its new International Haunted House of Pancakes menu.
New is the Reese’s Pieces Pancakes, four fluffy buttermilk pancakes topped with Reese’s peanut butter sauce, chocolate sauce, Reese’s Pieces candy and a whipped topping.
Perhaps a little more traditional is the Pumpkin Spice Pancakes. You get four pumpkin pancakes made with real pumpkin and seasonal spices, crowned with whipped topping.
The Caramel Apple à la Mode Pancake is a stack of buttermilk pancakes with apple cinnamon compote, a drizzle of caramel sauce & one scoop of vanilla ice cream. $1 from every sale of these goes to support local children’s charities.
Finally, the IHHOP is offering the Halloween themed Monster Mummy Burrito. It has scrambled eggs, hickory-smoked bacon, pork sausage, diced ham, shredded jack and cheddar cheeses, hash browns, avocado, Poblano queso and sour cream wrapped in a warm flour tortilla and finished with jalapeño eyes. It’s served with 2 buttermilk pancakes, hash browns, buttered toast, fruit or french fries.
Here’s where the local IHOPs are located. As of this morning, the IHOP web site says that these items are not available at the local IHOP – but I don’t believe that. Check with the individual restaurants.
Today marks the introduction of a whole new round of limited time fall Krispy Kreme donuts. Gone are the pumpkin spice. Available now until the 19th are the new Apple Cider Glazed doughnuts. These include the Apple Cider Glazed Donut, Apple Cider Glazed Original Filled Brown Sugar Kreme Donut and Apple Cider Glazed Cake Donut.
The Apple Cider Glazed Donut is a standard ring donut covered in the new apple cider and spice glaze. Another of the Apple Cider Glazed donuts is filled with brown sugar kreme. The Apple Cider Cake Donut is an old-fashioned cake donut covered in Apple Cider Glaze.
The Apple Cider Glazed donuts are available at Krispy Kreme for just one week.
Described as “a deconstructed twist on a scrumptious fall favorite,” Inside Out Apple Pie is Baskin-Robbins’ new flavor of the month. It blends together vanilla flavored ice cream with apple ice cream that’s filled with apple pieces and pie crust pieces and finished with a ribbon of cinnamon brown sugar.
According to reports, Inside Out Apple Pie ice cream tastes a lot like apple pie a la mode.
You can get Inside Out Apple Pie in a fresh-baked waffle bowl or in a milkshake. It’s available starting tomorrow, September 13th.
There’s a Baskin-Robbins in Myrtle Beach at 4282 River Oaks Drive and one in Little River at 1593 Highway 90 E.
When was the last time you had a really nice, sit-down breakfast? When was the last time you went to Bob Evans?
Sorry for so many questions. It’s just that Bob Evans has introduced a new Southwest Avocado Omelet.
It’s a fluffy, three-egg omelet that comes with Bob Evans sausage, fire-roasted corn & black beans and cheddar cheese. Then there’s a fresh avocado, diced tomatoes, green onions and homemade cilantro lime cream sauce topping. All this comes with hash browns or home fries and a choice of freshly baked bread. Doesn’t that sound nice?
By the way, Bob Evans has also introduced a new Southwest Avocado Chicken dinner. You get two chicken breasts topped with fresh avocado, diced tomatoes, crispy tortilla strips, fire-roasted corn and black beans and homemade cilantro lime cream sauce. It’s served with your choice of two Farmhouse Sides and freshly baked dinner rolls.
The breakfast is $10.29; the dinner $11.99.
There are two Bob Evans restaurants in Myrtle Beach: 3384 Waccamaw Boulevard and 175 Brookton Circle.
Over at the Tanger Oulets on 501 is the only Haagen-Dazs ice cream shop that we know of on the Grand Strand. It’s the home of luxury branded super-premium ice cream and, until November 15th, a new Pumpkin Spice Shake.
At the base of this new offering is Dulce de Leche ice cream, a combination of caramel and sweet cream, swirled with ribbons of rich golden caramel. The ice cream is then blended with a pumpkin mix, topped with whipped cream, and dusted with a blend of fall-inspired spices for what Haagen-Dazs’ public relations department says is “a decadent dessert treat that serves as the perfect transition from summer to fall.”
The Pumpkin Spice Shake is the newest addition to Häagen-Dazs Shops seasonal offerings, which also include the Peppermint Bark Shake and Chameleon Cold Brew Float.
How much are these delightful, decadent treats? Dahlink, if you have to ask, you can’t afford it.
The Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream Shop is at 4635 Factory Stores Blvd., Store C220 in Myrtle Beach.
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There’s a rumor going ‘round that there’s a Del Taco moving into the old Hardees on 544 by Coastal Carolina University.
CheapEatsMyrtleBeach has attempted to confirm the rumor with Del Taco and is awaiting a reply.
So far, there is only one Del Taco in South Carolina, on Harbison Boulevard in Columbia. But that’s a good sign. At least they’re already in the state. Del Taco is famous for, not surprisingly, tacos but also has burritos and other food. What’s really noteworthy is their dollar value meal selection.
For example, you can get a Value Taco with seasoned beef, crisp shredded lettuce, freshly grated cheddar cheese in a crunchy corn shell or warm flour tortilla for a single dollar.
Here’s link to the entire value meal section. Is that impressive or what?