National Butterscotch Pudding Day - September 19
Mon, Sep 19, 2022

National Butterscotch Pudding Day

National Butterscotch Pudding Day is an annual celebration of toffee pudding. Despite the great popularity of puddings in the United States, this version of the dessert is most in demand. Celebrated on September 19th.


It is believed that toffees were created in the first half of the 19th century. Origin: Yorkshire. This recipe is credited to Samuel Parkinson. He knew that toffee was preferred as a dessert by members of the royal families in England, so he decided to create sweets based on it.

Toffee pudding is a delicious dessert named after toffee and was invented in the USA. However, there is no exact confirmation of this, as well as information about its creator. The first desserts were prepared using milk, butter, eggs and cane sugar, which allowed for unique flavors.

In any case, the origin of the dessert does not matter much. National Butterscotch Pudding Day celebrates this confection loved by millions of Americans.

Interesting facts

  • There is a theory that toffees were invented in Scotland. Hence the prefix in the name – Scotch.
  • In Norway, they made the largest toffee in the world, the weight of which was one and a half tons.
  • Pudding was a staple in the English navy from the 17th to the 20th century.

How to celebrate

Take your friends or family to the best patisseries in your city and taste toffee pudding there. If you have a desire and basic skills in cooking, then you can try to cook a dessert yourself. There are many interesting recipes on the Internet that are worth trying out.

Share your pudding on social media. Tell users some Interesting facts about National Butterscotch Pudding Day.

When is National Butterscotch Pudding Day celebrated in 2022?

National Butterscotch Pudding Day is observed on September 19 each year.


Weekday Month Day Year
Monday September 19 2022
Tuesday September 19 2023
Thursday September 19 2024
Friday September 19 2025
Saturday September 19 2026

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