National Cookie Day
Cookies are sweet and rich in all kinds of delicious goodness from nuts to fruits to chocolate. Cookies can be deliciously crumbly or sweet and chewy. They can be either deliciously crumbly or sinfully chewy, and they last forever if stored properly.
It’s clear that cookies deserve their own day. That’s why National Cookie Day, which is celebrated all over the globe to honor these little sweets, is celebrated. Grab some sugar, butter, flour and let’s celebrate, shall we?
Cookies can be traced back further than most people think. According to estimates, the Persians were the first to cultivate and harvest sugarcane in the 7th Century AD. This would have led to the creation of baked goods. Trade and war allowed sugar to spread across Europe, and by the 14th Century, cookies were also available.
When Europeans arrived in America, they brought their sugar and their cookie recipes. The Chocolate Chip Cookie is one of the most well-known American cookies.
National Cookie Day was created by Matt Nader, a San Francisco-based Blue Chip Cookie Company, in 1987. He said: “It’s like having National Secretaries Day… It’ll just be a fun thing. To do that, it will just be fun.” The Cookie Monster from Sesame Street is a strong supporter of all things cookie-related.
Although the day was not created by him, you can find some information about National Cookie Day in Random House’s The Sesame Street Dictionary. This dictionary was first published in the 1980s. People from all over the globe began celebrating National Cookie Day after word spread that there was lots of tasty fun to be had on the 4th of December.
There are many variations of National Cookie Day that are celebrated all over the globe, including Oatmeal National Cookie Day, Bake Cookies Day, and Oatmeal National Cookie Day. Cookies are easy to make and come in hundreds of sizes.
Get ready to celebrate all things related to cookies, baking them and eating them!
It’s so easy to celebrate cookie day by sharing a cookie with a friend. These other ideas will make National Cookie Day extra special.
Cookies might be considered a snack for children, but they are delicious enough to be enjoyed by adults. Cookies are great for sharing, no matter how small or large they may be. Cookies are the perfect treat for a family get-together or a child’s soccer match. You can stop by a bakery while you’re on your way to work to grab some cookies to take to the office. You can also bake them at home and give them to your neighbors.
It will be easier to enjoy whatever is happening today (or any other day for that matter) if you have a cookie in your hand.
You can make National Cookie Day unforgettable by trying new cookie flavors and stepping out of the norm. You don’t have to stick with the traditional peanut butter or chocolate chip cookie recipe. There are many different cookie flavors that you can try. Here are a few examples:
People can bake cookies together on National Cookie Day. This can be quite a fun activity. It’s a great way for parents to have fun with their children baking the first batch cookies they will ever make. ).
Making sweet, cute treats with your children is more fun than anything! If you are new to the art of baking cookies, but want to give it a try, this is a quick recipe that will get you started!
Next, lower the speed to low, then add the eggs, vanilla, salt, and baking soda. Continue beating the dough constantly. For cookies, form tablespoonfuls of dough into balls. Place them on a parchment-covered baking sheet.
Use a lightly floured knife to flatten the dough to about a quarter inch thickness. Make a cute cross-shaped pattern on each cookie’s top with a fork. Bake for 10-12 minutes, rotating the baking sheet halfway through.
Allow cookies to cool on a baking sheet for a few minutes before transferring them to wire racks. These delicious cookies can be stored in an airtight container at room temperatures for up to five days. But, let’s face it, they won’t last that long.