Give IHOP a whole new meaning by sampling pancakes from all over the world. From oven-baked and berry-topped to pan-fried and savory, there’s a whole world of pancake possibilities out there. We’ve included a few of our favorites below—click through the slideshow of recipes to start your journey.

Pannukakku (Finnish Pancakes)

The Finnish pannukakku is deceptively easy to make—it might just make its way into your weekend routine. Seasons & Suppers’ version with wild blueberries is the perfect way to try it out—the batter comes together in a few minutes, and then it’s baked in the oven for less than half an hour and topped with powdered sugar. To grab the recipe, click here.

photo: Seasons & Suppers

  • Pannukakku (Finnish Pancakes)
  • Chinese Scallion Pancakes
  • Ebelskivers (Danish Pancakes)
  • Banh Xeo (Crispy Vietnamese Crepes)
  • Berry Compote Crepes
  • Japanese Okonomiyaki

What’s your favorite traditional pancake? 

— Susie Foresman