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IHOP Cinn-A-Stacks Recipe
IHOP Cinn-A-Stacks
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Breakfast
Calories: 890
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.9 (7 reviews)
 
Put away the maple syrup. Next time you whip up pancakes or French toast, try something new with this clone that makes your stacks taste like freshly baked cinnamon rolls. Spread the cinnamon sauce on each pancake or on each slice of cinnamon toast as you stack em up. Then drizzle the delicious cream cheese icing over the top. As for the pancakes, weve got some great clone recipes here on the site: IHOP Pancakes, IHOP Country Griddle Cakes, and IHOP Harvest Grain N Nut Pancakes. And heres a simple clone for Dennys Fabulous French Toast. This mouth-watering new product from Americas favorite pancake chain is a "limited-time-only" offering, but a fabulous home clone is yours whenever you crave it.

Source: "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2" by Todd Wilbur.

Cinnamon Sauce
1/4 cup butter (salted)
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Karen  
Submitted on: 03/18/08
My daughter and I LOVE this recipe! The second time we made it, though, we skipped the flour and the last tablespoon of half & half. It really doesn't need it to thicken up. Just delicious, Todd! Keep up the great work!
Claudia  
Submitted on: 03/10/08
I made this recipe for my husband last night because he had a craving for cinnamon rolls, but I just didn't have the time. He actually used the word "phenomenal". Thanks Todd...another fabulous recipe :-)
Chris  
Submitted on: 05/21/06
I have never had the original version from IHOP, but this recipe was outstanding and a lot of fun to make. My whole family enjoyed it very much, and since this was the first Top Secret Recipe my wife has allowed me to make, she has agreed to let me make a fuss using your recipes to recreate the originals at home. I say, it's about time. Do you know how many of your recipes I've printed. Keep up the good work.
Carole Ingram  
Submitted on: 05/07/06
I've never had the IHOP version but this recipe is simply DELICIOUS! Be sure to have a tall glass of milk, you will need it! Awesome Recipe Todd!
Karen  
Submitted on: 05/05/06
This was absolutely amazing!!! Both the cinnamon sauce and the cream cheese icing were outstanding.
Linda  
Submitted on: 05/04/06
Some one must have been in my mother in laws kitchen and watched her make this sauce she has been making the same recipe for more than the 38 yrs that i have known her and yes it is the best sauce
Sharon  
Submitted on: 05/03/06
This is a very good recipe except for one problem with the method. The flour is being added dead last and not cooked. It should be added to the melted butter to make a roux and cooked whisking for 1-2 minutes to cook the raw flour taste out of the mixture. Then proceed as directed for a wonderful cinnamon sauce. Add a pinch of allspice and you'll make it 5 stars!!!