After Klondike announced they are discontinuing the fan favotite Choco Taco after almost 40 years, IHOP announced a one-day-only menu item, the Choco-Pancake, to soften the blow.
On Monday, August 1, one IHOP restaurant in Houston, Texas, will serve up the chocolatey treat, which consists of one classic buttermilk pancake that's hand-pressed in a waffle iron to achieve a crispy finish. The Choco-Pancake's golden exterior is stuffed with vanilla ice cream and dredged in chocolate sauce, whipped cream and, of course, chocolate chips.
All day, the IHOP location (22607 Tomball Pkwy in Tomball, Texas) will serve up the special dish for just $2.50.
"When we heard that an ice cream truck favorite was discontinued earlier this week, we were inspired to produce our own pancake-ified version," Kieran Donahue, IHOP's Chief Marketing Officer said in a statement. "The creation of the Choco-Pancake shows that we always have our guests' backs, putting a smile on their plates while making indulgent cravings come true."