Saturday, December 5, 2009

Holiday Gift Ideas

Lainey Johnson from SAMCOR, LLC thought my readers would be interested in Denn'y holiday offerings. 

Since most everyone is trying to make their money go further these days,  Denny's treats look so delicious plus their prices are very affordable!  Great gifts for teachers, neighbors and great when you're on the run.

Time for Homemade? Shhhh… we won’t tell. Make Denny’s Holiday Pies your holiday pies. They make perfect, portable and affordable last minute hostess gifts too. Choose from oh so sweet pecan, spiced pumpkin, or traditional apple. (Whole pies: $7.99 to $9.99; Prices vary by store location)


‘Tis Better to Give… And Receive! There’s no better way to show your love to family and friends than making sure they are well fed, and according to the National Retail Federation, gift cards are the No. 1 requested gift.






Denny’s is giving consumers a $5 gift card with every $25 gift card purchase. Stuff them in stockings, take them to the office, give them to your favorite student or cash-strapped colleague…


A Denny’s gift card will let your special ones enjoy a special holiday meal, great burger or hearty breakfast any time (Gift cards are available at Denny’s, Walmart, CVS, and www.dennys.com).



Seasonal Treatables …It’s the most wonderful time of the year for peppermint cheer! Presenting an all new selection of festive holiday fare. These yummy holiday beverages are bursting with the flavors of the season. Thick, creamy hand-dipped chocolate or vanilla milkshakes topped with whipped cream, blended with peppermint and dotted white chocolate sprinkles are a treat all by themselves and double the fun when coupled with any menu item. A selection of soothing hot and cold drinks will relax even the busy last-minute shopper. (Holiday Beverages start at $1.70)


*Prices vary by store location.















Pancake Puppies™ with a Peppermint Twist…America’s first-ever breakfast appetizer, Denny’s Pancake Puppies™ are all about peppermint and the perfect alternative snack for Santa! These round, bite-sized pancakes are filled with peppermint white chocolate sprinkles, rolled in powdered sugar and served with warm syrup for dipping. This holiday finger food is really fun to share and makes a great portable treat. (Peppermint Pancake Puppies™ start at $1.99*)


*Prices vary by store locations









Traditional Edibles…Holiday Dinner Denny’s offers a tasty traditional holiday meal with all the trimmings – tender sliced roast turkey breast with savory stuffing, ladled with gravy, garnished with cranberry sauce and served with choice of one side and dinner bread. Relax, simplify and celebrate with family and friends on Christmas Day* and New Year’s Day*, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Holiday Dinner prices start at $8.99*)


*At participating locations




22 comments:

buffalodick said...

We have an old family bakery/restaurant chain in G.R. MI, called Arnies(or Buttercup Bakeries!)- the baked goods are the tops in the area...

A Year on the Grill said...

Chili's did a similar thing last year about the gift cards... A great deal, even if you keep em, like a 20% discount!

And I LOVE Denny's breakfast... what a deal they are

Katy ~ said...

Oh how nice. Thank you for sharing.
You are always so thoughtful.

Marguerite said...

Great idea and very tempting, if only we had a Denny's. Come on over when you have time, I have an award for you! Yes, another one!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I used to love breakfast at Denny's MANY years ago. We don't have a Denny's near us these days.

Hope they paid you for the advertisement... ha

We DID get snow --about an inch or two. I'll post pictures tomorrow. I'm sure you got some also, didn't you???
Hugs,
Betsy

The Blonde Duck said...

Who doesn't love Denny's?

gigi said...

Great idea! We just can't do everything ourselves :)

Marjie said...

The Denny's here is really crap for some reason, but you have some good ideas here! How about nice hot chocolates with peppermint flavored whipped cream! YUM!

Anonymous said...

I so look forward to your blog and IRSS feed so I never miss a post. But this is tacky. Please let us know, was this a paid advertisement?
Hoping you return to scheduled, fun posts soon.

girlichef said...

Those pancake puppies are adorable!

Lea Ann said...

I'm getting ready to order pies for my clients for Christmas. Thanks for the reminder to check out Denny's selection. I was going to use Marie Calendars.

Debbie said...

I'm thinking those peppermint puppies are a brilliant idea!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

What a great idea for the busy holiday season. Thank you Denny's.
Sam

Joanne said...

I don't think I've ever been to a Denny's! There just aren't that many in NYC. Their desserts look really delicious though.

Velva said...

Thanks for the gift idea!

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

All the Denny's in my town and in my neighboring towns shut down! I guess there's a lot of competition here.

TavoLini said...

Nice. I haven't been to Denny's in years. Waffle House kind of dominates around here ;)

Cheryl said...

Interesting, I have not been to Denny's since my father died (he used to take me to lunch all the time), I had no idea they had all that good stuff!

Claudia said...

After all these years, Denny's is the stand-by for actors to go to for breakfast after alate show! Fun post!

Gladys said...

You had me at pancake balls

The Blonde Duck said...

I just saw Santa Clause and giggled when I read this after the part where they have to go to Denny's b/c he burns the turkey.

Ann said...

Ahhhh, the pecan pie. You brought me back to Christmas 1975, my first white christmas, (coming from borneo). My room mate's parents invited me home to Kingsville, Canada.

Her mum baked a pecan pie, I had never had pecans or pecan pie. it was glorious.

Thanks for visiting.