National Chocolate Covered Anything Day is a great opportunity for all the sweet tooth out there! You don’t have to be creative to think of dipping various food in chocolate. I’m sure you’ve had these thoughts before. It’s easy to get things done today!
Chocolate has been around for over 3000 years. It’s hard to imagine a time when it wasn’t there! Initially, people used it in liquid form, and only later did chocolate tiles appear. Researchers have found artifacts that confirm that the Mayan people were the first civilization to consume chocolate. Cocoa beans have even been found in tombs!
The first European to try the product was Christopher Columbus. During his fourth expedition to America, the Indians treated him to bitter cocoa. The taste amazed him! Later, chocolate spread throughout Europe, and with the advent of sugar, it became even more popular. In this era, it was available only to rich people, but later the poor could buy it too.
National Chocolate Covered Anything Day has a fun idea: cover your favorite food with chocolate! Cherry, strawberry, apricot, banana or even a whole cake – it doesn’t matter. Perhaps you have your own thoughts on this? For example, in 2007, a British company came up with the idea of covering pizza with chocolate!
- Can act as an anesthetic, albeit with a weak effect.
- Contains phenamine – the substance that allows you to experience a feeling of love.
- In ancient times was not approved by the Catholic Church.
- Restores strength after serious exertion.
- Reduces the risk of heart disease.
- Contains about 600 taste components.
- Has been in space – American astronauts love to take M&M’s with them.
How to take part
Come up with the perfect combination at National Chocolate Covered Anything Day – it’s crazy fun! Prepare the necessary ingredients and create. Treat your friends to culinary delights and don’t forget to brag about them on social networks.
When is National Chocolate Covered Anything Day celebrated in 2023?
National Chocolate Covered Anything Day is observed on December 16 each year.