IHOP Country Griddle Cakes (Secret Recipe)
(2 servings) Printable Version
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Mr Breakfast would like to thank mrbreakfast_lvr for this recipe.
Recipe number 2327. Submitted 6/10/2008.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of IHOP Country Griddle Cakes (Secret Recipe)?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 9 votes.
This recipe is BANG ON! I have missed Country Griddle Cakes for a long time and since finding this recipe a month ago I have made them literally every Saturday. THANK YOU!!
Comment submitted: 3/1/2013 (#15283)
I worked at IHOP and it was on the menus that cream of wheat is in the pancake and it's on the label when we mixed it up and 'just added water'.
Comment submitted: 10/15/2012 (#14648)
Have made this recipe more than once and they are delicious. Used dry cream of wheat and milk with lemon juice as buttermilk. Not a lot of recipes where I don't change something but this one is perfect! Thanks!
Comment submitted: 9/4/2012 (#14386)
I use to work for IHOP so I knew how scrumptious they were. I just needed the recipe. Thanks.
Comment submitted: 5/17/2012 (#13914)
From B. Lover
Very good recipe. I sifted the flour first. Did not have buttermilk, so milk with lemon juice or vinegar did just as well. This recipe yields a lot of pancakes, so be hungry!
Comment submitted: 4/6/2012 (#13757)
I am an avid lover of the Country Griddle pancakes. I have made this recipe with both the dry Cream of wheat which failed, and then tried it with "cooked" cream of wheat... still did NOT taste anything like IHOP. Sorry to disappoint everyone.
Comment submitted: 1/1/2011 (#11822)
Well, I used to work for the company that made the mix for IHOP and I call tell you that there is Cream of Wheat in the mix.
Comment submitted: 10/4/2010 (#11327)
I never ate the now discontinued IHOP country griddle pancakes, but my family loves these... even without syrup.
Comment submitted: 8/18/2010 (#11086)
From breakfast fan
Not sure why IHOP Wife is saying they don't use Cream of Wheat in the mix...
From a 1993 article: "The product, a lighter, fluffier entry in IHOP's current pancake offerings, includes Nabisco's signature Cream of Wheat product as a primary base ingredient. Cream of Wheat accounts for about 40 percent of the Country Griddle ingredient mix, according to IHOP executives."
Comment submitted: 4/12/2009 (#7951)
From IHOP Wife
Yeah my husband is the manger at an IHOP and they use a mix from a box and just add water :/ but cream of wheat is definitely not in the mix.
Comment submitted: 4/8/2009 (#7922)
I made these pancakes followed the recipe exactly and they do not taste anything like Ihop country griddle pancakes. was very disappointing. EM.
Comment submitted: 1/11/2009 (#7334)
OMG, I just want to say THANK YOU!! I loved to eat these pancakes at IHOP, I would get them every time I went there. Unfortunetly they stopped making them (no longer on the menu) and I was wondering what they used in the mix to make them "country griddle." Thank you again for the SECRET recipe. They are delicious!! I make breakfast only on the weekends for my daughter and myself and I promise you I will make these every Saturday and Sunday from now on (prob just switch up the topping).
Comment submitted: 11/19/2008 (#6890)
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