National Chocolate Cake Day is observed on January 27 of every year. Chocolate Cakes are made with chocolate and other ingredients like fudge, vanilla cream, and other sweeteners. There are a lot of flavors available in Chocolate Cakes. Namely, Devil’s Food cake, Garnish Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Fudge Cake, German Chocolate Cake, Red Velvet Cake, Joffre Cake, Chocolate Layer Cake, Chocolate Souffle Cake, Molten Lava Cake, Traditional Chocolate Cake, Black Forest Cake, and many more. So National Chocolate Cake Day is a perfect day to enjoy the taste of your favorite Chocolate Cake with family members, friends, and even co-workers.

History of National Chocolate Cake Day

The creator or inventor of National Chocolate Cake Day is still unknown. Americans consumed Chocolate Cakes as a beverage until the 1830s. But at that period, most of the flavors we see today didn’t exist. Dover Post said Chocolate Cake was born when the doctor and a chocolate maker teamed up in an old mill in 1765. They made Chocolate Cake by grounding the cocoa beans between the two huge milestones to make a thick syrup. Then, they poured the liquid into mold-shaped cakes. As the day went on, it was changed into a beverage for the American people.

National Chocolate Cake Day 2018 - January 27

Eliza Leslie, Philadelphia Cookbook Author, was the first woman to publish the recipes for chocolate cakes. She published that in the Lady’s Receipt Book in 1874. Maria Parloa and Sarah Tyson Rorer made tremendous contributions to the development of Chocolate Cakes then. In 1920, O. Duff and Sons was the first company to release the first boxed cake mix.

Other Celebrations on January 27

January 27 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate the Day

Just enjoy the day by tasting your favorite chocolate cakes with your family members, friends, and co-workers. The cake may be made alone or bought from a nearby bakery. Gather your friends and family members and conduct a Chocolate Cake-Themed Party. Take Pictures while enjoying the Chocolate Cake and share them with others on social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using the hashtag #ChocolateCakeDay.

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