Keto at IHOP

Keto at IHOP

International House of Pancakes is an American institution.  It was founded in 1958 with the first restaurant being  opened in Toluca Lake, a neighborhood in Los Angeles.

You may not remember, but the original buildings were steep roofed and shaped like an A. You could instantly identify them. There are only of few of those original buildings still existing.

In 1973, the name was shortened to IHOP.

Now all we know is that they are always open, and many a late night – early morning meal has been eaten there.

Believe it or not, even if we eat a late night crazy meal, keto at IHOP is really easy to pull off.

I usually don’t recommend eating late at night, but I’m not you. And you might be on a night shift and actually need to eat.

Well, either way, IHOP has you covered.

First rule at IHOP…if you order an omelet you have to ASK for fresh cracked eggs. Their premade omelet mix has pancake batter mixed in to give it body. That’s a non starter for low carb at IHOP.

Our top low carb choice to stay keto at IHOP  would be:

Sausage and pepper omelet topped with cheddar cheese, bell peppers, mushrooms and onion.

Meats that are keto kosher:


Sausage patty

Sliced turkey


Sausage links

Hamburger patties


Cheese low carb options

Cheddar cheese

American cheese

Swiss cheese


Vegetables for your ketogenic diet





Fajita veggies




Bell peppers




Keto friendly Sauces


Hot sauce


Drinks at IHOP for a Low Carb Diet


Water or Unsweetened Tea


24 hours a day, keto at IHOP is easy. It’s always there for you in a pinch. Happy low carb life, and keto on!

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