National Brownie Day is celebrated on December 8 of every year. Brownie is a rich, decadent and blends of cake and cookie that feels amazing in your mouth. Brownies are typical lunchbox fare, eaten by hand and mostly accompanied by coffee or milk. Sometimes they may be served with ice cream or sprinkled with powdered sugar. Brownie is of different forms. They may be fudgy or cakey depending on their size, and they may contain nuts, whipped cream, chocolate chips, frosting, and other ingredients. Brownies are very popular in restaurants where they can be seen in a lot of variations.
History of National Brownie Day
The origin and the founder of National Brownie Day are still unknown. The First ever Brownie was made in the late 1800s, and they were found bedecked in apricot glaze and inundated with delicious walnuts. Till now the Palmer House Hotel in Chicago, they serve the same recipe as that served to those ladies over hundred years ago. Brownie day was estimated by millions of fans for the chocolatey-cakey treat, and those recipes that have cropped up over the years have been legion. From Chocolate Mint Brownie to those made with gorgeous swirls of caramel, the variations of brownie were limited only by the extent of your imagination. Hence Brownie Day is a perfect day to enjoy the taste of Brownie with your friends, family members and even with co-workers.
Other Celebrations on December 8
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How to Celebrate National Brownie Day
The simplest way to celebrate Brownie Day is by trying any one of your favourite brownie recipes and share with your friends. You can arrange a party at home or workplace where brownies are themed or bringing up a tray of brownie to your workplace, and you can share with your coworkers and even with your Boss. Take Pictures while eating Brownie and share them with others on social media by using the hashtag #BrownieDay.