Eat an Extra Dessert Day is celebrated on 4th September. On this day you can treat your tooth with a second or even with a third dessert. Desserts are usually a sweet course served after the end of a meal. If your sweet tooth is aching then enjoy an extra piece of your dessert without any guilt. This day is an awesome and sweetest day of the year, so on this day just grab your fork and treat yourself with an amazing extra dessert.
“I love dessert. All kinds. But there’s something about ice cream that makes me happy. I am drawn to its simplicity. I am perplexed by the endless supply of constantly growing flavor options. And I am always in the mood for sprinkles and a sugar cone.” – Rachel Nichols
History of Eat an Extra Dessert Day
The Origin and History of Eat an Extra Dessert Day are not known but whoever it is, deserves a huge bowl of ice cream after a big slice of cake. The word dessert comes from the French word “desservir“, which means to “clear the table?“. Desserts are normally a sweet course that is served after a meal. During the past days, this meal took place at the end of the day but nowadays desserts can follow a mid-day meal also. Desserts are also called sweets in many parts of the world. This amazing day is also known as National Eat an Extra Dessert Day in the United States. After a scoop of yummy ice cream, a slice of creamy and delicious cheesecake or a great tasty big piece of homemade pie today you have a perfect opportunity to eat another extra piece Dessert.
Other Celebrations on September 4
September 4 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate the Day
Celebrate the day by having a little extra piece of your favorite dessert without any guilt, arrange for a dessert party and ask your guests to bring and share their special desserts and spend the party enjoying the desserts. Also, share pictures of you eating an extra dessert on social media with the hashtag #EatanExtraDessertDay.
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