The Word of the Day: CHOCOLATE! We have already celebrated a bunch of chocolate days but it is a known fact that one cannot have enough chocolate!
June 26 is...
National Chocolate Pudding Day
- Did you know that dessert
puddings can be traced all the way back to the 17th century? During that
time, a “pudding” was actually a very moist, dense cake (similar to a
modern-day bread pudding or plum pudding). The word "pudding" itself can be a generic term for "dessert".
The sweet and creamy confection we know and love today emerged in the mid-19th century when an English chemist named Alfred Bird developed an egg-free custard powder. This remarkable invention made it very easy to produce a delicious pudding with the perfect consistency. Today, pudding is a popular dessert all over the world.
To celebrate National Chocolate Pudding Day, make your own homemade chocolate pudding to share with family and friends! OR really surprise everyone with a...
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I've also taken it to church dinners. It not only tastes good but is unique."
Are you a chocoholic? Many Foodie Fun 'Chocolate' Days can be found @Awakenings where Chocolate IS the celebration. Of course, you can add chocolate to any day's celebration if you so desire! If you aren't sure, stay tuned for the upcoming celebration before year's end for Chocolate-covered ANYTHING!
Let your fingers do the walking through the What's Happenin' boards @Pinterest for yummy chocolate celebrations. Of course, these are but a few of the numerous ways chocolate is celebrated throughout the year!