Free Pancakes for Kids at Denny's
This is a partnered post. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Have you tried the all new pancakes at Denny’s yet? Oh my gosh, we absolutely love them. The new Buttermilk Pancakes are made with fresh ingredients, like real eggs, fresh buttermilk and a hint of vanilla. These fresh ingredients are all hand-mixed to order and bring distinctive flavors with a sweet and fluffy taste that we love. And what’s even better … free pancakes for kids at Denny’s during the month of September.
Denny’s is making it easier and more affordable than ever for families to enjoy the all-new pancakes thanks to the “Free Pancakes for Kids” offer. The all new, 50% fluffier pancakes are featured throughout the kids menu in a variety of new kid-sized signature dishes, including the Jr. Cinnamon Pancakes, Jr. Strawberries & Cream Pancakes and Chocolate Chip Pancakes. My kids are all about the Jr. Cinnamon Pancakes!
Children under the age of 11 can enjoy Denny’s pancakes in any of these dishes absolutely free every day in September from 4-10 pm with the purchase of one adult entree at all participating locations.
Talk about a cheap meal out with the family where you don’t have to cook or clean up. Count me in, y’all.
And for the sixth year in a row, Denny’s has partnered with No Kid Hungry during the month of September to raise money to help end childhood hunger. Over the past six years, Denny’s has been able to donate 3.3 million to No Kid Hungry. We all know how important it is for children to have access to food, and Denny’s is committed to working together with team members and guests to combat childhood hunger.
With a $1 donation, a child receives 10 healthy meals. Even the smallest of donations makes such a big impact on a child in need. And to thank guests for their donations while in the restaurant, Denny’s will provide a discount coupon redeemable on the next visit.
In addition to in-store donations, Denny’s will also donate $1 to No Kid Hungry every time the hashtag #ShareMySlam is shared on Twitter and Instagram, giving guests another easy way to help. If you can’t make it into a restaurant, you can contribute to the campaign with a monetary donation at dennysnokidhungry.com.
When it comes to people in need, I can skip my morning coffee. Just think about it. Your $4 coffee could feed a child 40 meals! That’s pretty incredible. Will you skip your coffee one morning and donate it to a child in need through the No Kid Hungry program at Denny’s?