Pour some syrup on me! Today is National Pancake Day — again. So, if you want to some pancakes, today’s the day to do it. After all, what can be a better hump day treat than breakfast for dinner?

According to an article on WTNH entitled Today is National Pancake Day, the holiday was started in 2005 as Lumberjack Day.

However, this isn’t the only National Pancake Day. IHOP celebrates its’ National Pancake Day in February. That’s when you can get your hands on some free IHOP stacks.

And, the pancake celebrations don’t stop there. If you want to get more specific, there’s National Blueberry Pancake Day, which is on January 28.

I guess it’s hard to keep track of all of the National Pancake Days . . .

With that being said, how can you celebrate National Pancake Day?

The most obvious is to eat pancakes of course! The best part about pancakes? You can practically have them for any mean. Well, it may not be the healthiest option, but it’s still possible.

Move over, chocolate chip. Nowadays, there are so many unique ways to make pancakes. While checking out BBC’s GoodFood website, you can find several different recipes for pancakes, including Red Velvet and Rainbow. Yes, I said rainbow pancakes.

Don’t feel like making them? In Connecticut, there are several great locations to get pancakes. My personal favorites include: Acropolis Diner in Hamden, The Pantry in New Haven, and State Street Café in North Haven. Furthermore, you also can’t go wrong checking out the Place 2 Be in Hartford, Quaker Diner in West Hartford, and the Yolk in New London.

Finally, if you’re in the Nutmeg State, be sure to check out Chip’s — they six locations throughout the state. They include: Fairfield, Orange, Southbury, Southington, Trumbull, and Wethersfield.

So, how do you like your pancakes? Personally, I like them with butter, but that’s just me.

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