It’s essentially sliced pancakes.
IHOP, the artist briefly known as IHOb, has revealed three limited-time menu items that are essentially pancakes presented as pizza called Pancizza (pronounced Pan-keet-za) in celebration of National Pizza Day on February 9.
If you’re someone whose Venn diagram intersects perfectly between pancakes and pizzas, IHOP has set up pancizza.com with all of the pertinent information. There are three styles of Pancizza: Original Pancake, Cupcake and Bacon & Cheddar. Each costs $5, comes in a pizza box, is sliced into triangles, measures 7” and comes with four signature syrups: Old-Fashioned, Butter Pecan, Strawberry and Blueberry. They are available only from February 8-10.
Customers ordering at participating locations in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and New York City can use IHOP ’N GO pickup or DoorDash delivery. First time DoorDash customers can use the code PANCIZZA for a free delivery, and regular DoorDash customers can use the code IHOPDELIVERY to get a free delivery on an order of $10 or more. IHOP is even setting up a Pancizzeria on Bleecker Street in New York City on February 9 from 11am-11pm, where customers can get a free slice of Pancizza.
For more food being things it isn’t supposed to be, read about how KFC made a fried chicken-scented yule log for Christmas.
Colin Stevens is a news writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.