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Sweet Potato Pancakes featuring IHOP at Home Syrup

The best easy and quick sweet potato pancakes recipe - Great for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner, these pancakes use whole wheat flour. Top with maple syrup for a delicious, healthy meal.

I love breakfast for dinner, and I especially love omelets and pancakes.

We make all kinds of pancakes – chocolate chip pancakes, pumpkin pie pancakes, carrot cake pancakes, apple ring pancakes, bananas foster pancakes, and baked pancakes.

They are a perfect breakfast or dinner (or lunch, I suppose) because they're quick and easy, and paired with eggs or ham and some fruit, they make for a satisfying and filling meal.

At home, we make pancakes and eggs for dinner often.

When we're eating out though, we really like to have them for breakfast.

We aren't fortunate enough to have an IHOP close to home, but we really look forward to eating at IHOP when we go to the beach at Rehoboth, Delaware. I love that their omelets come with pancakes, and their syrup is buttery and sweet. Oh, the indulgence!

I was happy to hear that I could get IHOP at Home® Syrup at my grocery store. I'll be able to enjoy that rich flavor in between our annual trips to the shore!

You can visit the IHOP at Home website to find out where to get them in your area.

We put this recipe together because we had a few sweet potatoes that needed to be used up.

You know that sweet potatoes are a super food, right? They're packed with beta carotene and a bunch of other stuff that's good for you.

sweet potato pancakes

Even though these pancakes are healthy, both Grace and Allie loved them! The pancakes' flavor is very similar to the pumpkin pie pancakes I also love, and they were only a wee bit more work than normal pancakes.

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Sweet Potato Pancakes featuring IHOP at Home Syrup
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Instructions
  1. Cook the sweet potatoes using your favorite method. We microwaved ours for 8 minutes, but you could boil or bake them, too. Peel and mash the potatoes.
  2. In a stand mixer (or in a large bowl with a hand-held mixer or wooden spoon), combine the mashed sweet potatoes with the eggs, vanilla, and melted butter.
  3. Sift the flour, baking powder, and cinnamon into a small bowl.
  4. Gradually add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients, scraping down the bowl to make sure it's well blended. The mixture will be very thick.
  5. Add milk slowly, until the batter is the right consistency, thin like cake batter. (If you need help getting your pancakes right, read my post on the secret to making perfect pancakes.)
  6. Preheat the griddle over medium heat. Drop the batter onto the griddle using a 2-3 tablespoon scoop (or a 1/4 cup measuring cup if you don't have a scoop). When bubbles begin to form in a pancake, flip it over and cook another minute or so, until both sides are slightly browned.
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Don't worry about the whole wheat flour in these pancakes. You can't taste the whole wheat flour at all. If you don't have any, though, feel free to substitute with white flour.

IHOP at Home® Syrup

We tried all three kinds of IHOP at Home syrups–Original, Lite, and Sugar-Free.

Honestly, I didn't love the Lite. I can't explain why, but I didn't like it as much as the Original and the Sugar Free.

The Sugar Free syrup was thinner than the Original, but it tasted good. It was sweet and had no strange chemical taste or aftertaste.

I'm a stickler for reading labels; I noticed the IHOP at Home Sugar Free syrup has no aspartame and no saccharine, both of which I avoid religiously. It had about 20 calories per 2 tablespoons.

The Original syrup was thick and buttery. It was rich and wonderful and amazing. I would have liked to have eaten it on many, many pancakes, but it has more calories than Sugar Free, and I didn't have enough calories left for the day to enjoy it on my pancakes.

I was compensated to write a recipe using IHOP at Home® syrups. All opinions are my own.

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114 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Pancakes featuring IHOP at Home Syrup”

  1. My family loves IHOP and we love to cook at home too. The IHOP at Home Syrup is perfect when we wanted to stay in and cook together instead of dining out.
    Amy [at] utry [dot] it

  2. WE’RE HOPIN’ IT’S AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING (VIA RESTAURANT STYLE)! THANKS FOR THE CHANCE!

  3. Thank you for the Sweet Potato Pancakes recipe they sound wonderful.
    I didn’t even know they made IHOP at Home Syrup.
    My family just loves IHOP, this will have to be an addition to my shopping list

    jerseygirl137(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. I have never tried it, but I think we would like it. We haven’t been to an IHOP in years, but I remember them well from when I was a child and love their pancakes and syrup.

  5. We haven’t tried it yet but it sounds yummy! Will look for it the next time we are shopping! thanks for a chance to win!
    And, have a GREAT day!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

  6. My family loves IHOP, their pancakes are the best! We haven’t tried IHOP at Home Syrups yet, but would definitely love to.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  7. Unfortunately, there is no IHOP near us within easy driving distance, either, so we always stop at one when we’re on the road. IHOP at Home Syrup sounds like the perfect addition to delicious family breakfasts in between our occasional restaurant visits. We’re definitely going to give it a try.

  8. I love the idea of having a choice of dfferent flavors of syrup so everyone in the family gets their favorite

  9. We haven’t yet tried this pack but as happy patrons of IHOP we know they’ll be delicious and can’t wait to give that blueberry variety a proper taste test! 🙂

  10. I didn’t know about iHop Home Syrup until now, but I’m super excited about it! I love iHop’s blueberry syrup so I can’t wait to buy some at the store! I’m sure we will love it!

  11. I’ve not yet tried it, but I have the sweetest memories of IHOP. I remember riding next to my then-boyfriend, now-husband, holding hands in his ’68 Camaro, heading out at midnight to feast at IHOP. 🙂

  12. I am so excited about trying this syrup! My family loves pancakes and waffles, so we are definitely going to try ihop at home pancake syrup. Thanks for the great review!

  13. I know my kids would love the strawberry syrup…..they often spread the strawberry jelly on their pancakes, so this would be perfect for them.

  14. I first want to say that your pancakes sound great! I printed the banana foster pancake recipe!!!! That could very well be dinner. I haven’t tried any of the IHop syrups yet, but they do sound good!

  15. My family loves IHOP and pancake and we love to cook our breakfast at home. We are so happy to know there is IHOP at Home Syrup with fruity flavor, we must try the Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity® Blueberry syrup and the Strawberry syrup too; they are delicious!

    ctong2[at]gmail[dot]com

  16. I know my whole family will love these syrups when we try them! IHOP is one of the kids’ favorite places.

  17. My family didn’t know about IHOP at Home Syrup until last weekend. I’m eager to buy it because I think everyone in the family will love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. We have never tried the IHOP at home syrup. I did not even realize that they sold it in the grocery stores. The sweet potato pancakes look yummy. Pinned your recipe. Thanks! Thanks for the review and giveaway!

    katbirdfl (at) gmail (dot) com

  19. I am excited to try these new syrups. My daughter and I must eat gluten-free, so we cannot have pancakes at IHOP anymore. Since these syrups are gluten-free, we’ll be able to make gluten-free pancakes and home but use the IHOP syrup – Yum!

  20. Sweet potato pancakes sound good, although I’d rather have real maple syrup than sickly sweet fake stuff like the IHOP syrup.

  21. I’d love to try it since I like the ihop restaurant syrups. Thanks for the review and giveaway.
    songyueyu at gmail

  22. We would love to try this, sounds delicious! Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  24. My kids think that the IHOP at Home Syrups are very good, and love the original flavor the best.

  25. oooo I love it! The closest IHOP to me is over an hour away and I have never been to it or any IHOP but have always wanted to try them! This would allow me to do just that! SO cool! Thanks for sharing!

  26. OMG Sweet Potato pancakes sound incredible! Yum! I don’t have an IHop close to me, so I’m glad they are making their flavors available to everyone!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  27. We all love IHOP and waffles and pancakes so this syrup will definitely be on our table. And thanks for the yummy recipe.

  28. I wasn’t aware that I could get IHOP syrup at the grocery store, but my family is excited to try it!!

    and p.s. the sweet potato pancakes sound so amazing! I’m going to cook them for breakfast on Saturday!

  29. We haven’t tried them yet, but we love IHOP pancakes & syrup so, I bet we’d love the at Home Syrup.

  30. We like the Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity® Blueberry syrup. It has a strong taste of blueberries.

  31. Wow, these syrups sound great, we haven’t tried any yet, but my family is always excited about syrup with our homemade pancakes and waffles! Yum!! Your recipe looks good! 🙂

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