IHOP are coming out with an absolutely massive BBQ omelette for their holiday menu

IHOP are coming out with an absolutely massive BBQ omelette for their holiday menu

If my work schedule, budget and arteries allowed for it, I would literally spend all of my days eating pancakes.

As we all know, breakfast food is the best kind of food, and standing top that delicious hierarchy is the pancake. IHOP, as I'm sure we're well aware, is the number one place to go for your pancake cravings, but that doesn't mean they don't do other stuff too.

If you recall, IHOP had a bit of a PR boon this last few months, after flipping that 'P' upside-down, and changing their name to IHOb for a couple of months. IHOb, if you didn't know, stood for International House of Burgers, and now everyone's fully aware of the meaty goodness you can get at IHOP.

But did you know about their omelettes? I didn't.

IHOP does really good ones, and as the holiday season fast approaches, they've released a new eggy dish that'll get the mouth a-watering ahead of the holiday season. Some of you are probably asking: "so, how good could an omelette possibly be?!" Eggs-cellent question. Why don't we take a closer look at the Who-Roast Beast Omelette?

Who-Roast Beast Omelette Credit: IHOP

I don't know about you, folks, but it's taking all of my willpower not to stop writing this article, get out of my seat and head to IHOP right now to eat this incredible-looking omelette. What's that we've got there adorning that delicious omelette? Well, my food lovers, you can probably spot the shredded beef, but we've also got hash browns, jalapeños, Monterey Jack, cheddar, and onions to play with as well.

If that wasn't enough, we've also got shredded cheese, serrano pepper and BBQ sauce to top things off, too. Of course, this is all part of IHOP's Grinch-themed menu (the 'Who' in Who-Roast Beast Omelette), and they've also got six other dishes to get you excited for holiday season (though, not too excited - you're Grinches, after all).

IHOP menu Credit: IHOP

You can also pick up some pancakes - you are at IHOP, guys - and there are some green, Grinch-themed Grinch's Green Pancakes. French toast is a pretty good alternative if you're not feeling pancakes, and the Whoville Holiday Cheesecake French Toast is full of cream cheese, whipped cream and lots of love.

Kids don't miss out, either - there's a couple of kids' meals for the little Grinches to enjoy. the Young Grinch Minty Who Hot Chocolate, and the Mt. Crumpet Kids Combo take the best part of the delicious adult offerings, and offer a bitesized version for any little one or big one with a little appetite. We're not judging. Quality over quantity, man.

IHOP Kid's menu Credit: IHOP

But either way, folks, IHOP is ready to do the biz for you this Christmas, and although as Grinches we're trying not to get too excited, all these foods are getting me all excited. Excuse me while I head over to IHOP real quick and devour this omelette.