NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CARAMEL DAY This day has been set aside every year to celebrate the winning combination of chocolate and caramel that has been delighting both children and adults of all ages for generations. Unlike National Caramel Day, which is celebrated on April 5th, this day is about chocolate and
National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day Chocolate Covered Raisins are exactly what they sound like – raisins covered in chocolate. The most famous brand of this candy is Raisinets. They were first made by a candy store in Philadelphia in 1927. In 1984, Nestle purchased the rights to make the candy.
Waffle Day Not to be confused with National Waffle Day, Waffle Day is celebrated on March 25th in most parts of the world. The U.S. celebrates the holiday on August 24th, the day the Waffle was invented. Waffles are most commonly a breakfast food, like pancakes. A delicious way to serve waffles
National Empanada Day Empanadas are made by folding the dough or bread around a seasoned stuffing. Frequently referred to as a fried pie, they can be filled with meat or fruit. They are frequently filled with potato, cheese, pork, beef, chicken and fresh or dry fruit such as apples, apricots,