IHOP ★★★

IHOP is known for its breakfast menu, but many of the choices contain more saturated fat and sodium than you should eat in an entire day!

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What to Order

The best choices are “build your own omelettes” and eggs.

For the omelette, stick with Swiss cheese (the other choices add hundreds of mg of sodium) and vegetable toppings.

SCORECaloriesFatSaturated FatTrans FatCholesterolSodiumCarbohydratesFiberSugarProtein
Omelette - swiss cheese, spinach, and mushrooms4766051160830620122240
Egg White Omelette - swiss cheese, spinach, and mushrooms7036026803047053130
2 eggs - Fried9312061.5033513041012
Turkey Bacon - 2 Pieces9160410302901015
Buttered Toast with Jam - White8525074015250422195
Sides - Fresh Fruit1005000005141121
Sides - Oatmeal942103.51.505110414206
Sides - Hash Browns89210142.50023019202
Daily Values~78 g20 g~300 mg2300 mg275 g28 g~50 g

Our Heart Health SCORE algorithm identifies healthier choices with higher scores.

See complete nutrition info for IHOP.

What to Avoid

Avoid the pancakes and waffles, which are loaded with saturated fat and sodium!

IHOP - Omellette

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