National Sugar Cookie Day is celebrated on July 9 of every year. National Sugar Cookie Day is about unleashing your hidden child and honouring the simple sugary-goodness of this favourite treat. Sugar Cookies are the holiday favourite, and they are very easy to make. They will disappear very quickly once they get out of the oven. National Sugar Cookie Day is a perfect day to enjoy the taste of Sugar cookies with your family members, friends, and even co-workers.
“America ships tons of sugar cookies to Denmark and Denmark ships tons of sugar cookies to America. Wouldn’t it be more efficient just to swap recipes?” – Michael Pollan
History of National Sugar Cookie Day
The creator or founder of National Sugar Cookie Day is still unknown. But the sugar cookie is believed to have originated in the mid-1700’s in Nazareth Pennsylvania. The German Protestant immigrants created the round, crumbly and buttery wafer that came to be known as the Nazareth Cookies (now it is called as Sugar Cookie). Sugar cookies are made with four ingredients of flour, eggs, butter, and sugar. The sugar cookies can be eaten plain, but they are usually baked in different shapes and decorated with colourful icing, sprinkles, and frosting. In some parts of the world, the word Biscuit is used to refer treats similar to cookies.
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How to celebrate National Sugar Cookie Day
Celebrating the National Sugar Cookie Day is very simple and quite easy to remember. Just learn how to cook sugar cookies and bake them. Then share them with co-workers, family, and friends. Gastronome your cookies by designing them on different shapes and coating them with various coloured royal icings. You can host a sugar cooking decorating and exchange party by inviting your family members and friends to the party. You can use the hashtag #SugarCookieDay to post on a social Day.
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