Denny’s Diner brings you Holiday Cheer

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as a participant in the Denny’s Diner Blogger Ambassador program.seasonal-favorites-at-dennys

The holidays are here and it’s the busiest time of year for our family. From school events, holiday engagements and shopping we’re always out and about. Lucky for us we know Denny’s is always open and ready for our family with seasonal favorites. Denny’s really knows how to spread holiday cheer.


We arrived to our local Denny’s hungry and knowing we’d be out the house until late evening. We’d be shopping for Thanksgiving dinner and a few other holiday errands.  The kids had the best time knowing the menu and seasonal cup were Rudolph and friends!



Of course, we ordered the Rudolph pancakes and had to grab a couple of the red nosed reindeer cups. They come with a red nose and antler headband! 


Look at how cute my little reindeer looks. They immediately started talking about what movies we’d add to our holiday watch list. Rudolph made it to the top list. And of course what Santa may bring! 



When their breakfast arrived it was the cutest! I love that Denny’s not only brings seasonal favorites for kids but also for adults. 

I indulged in their buttermilk pancakes topped with Salted Caramel and Banana Cream. They were amazing!!! I had to share with everyone because they couldn’t resist a taste! I’m trying everything Salted Caramel this holiday season!


Denny’s has so many seasonal favorites to choose from:

Buttermilk Pancakes: Salter Caramel + Banana Cream, Sticky Bun and Pumpkin Cream

Try a traditional favorite The Turkey and Dressing Dinner is on the menu!

Oh and don’t forget dessert! We loved the Holiday Cookie Milkshake But they also have Pecan Pie and Pumpkin Pie 

Whatever time it is head over to Denny’s and grab a bite filled with holiday cheer! Denny’s is open 24hours 7 days a week including Thanksgiving and Christmas Day! Holiday menu available until January 8th. 


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