National Green Bean Casserole Day is celebrated on December 3rd in the United States. The holiday dish is loved by many Americans. It is easy to make, so why not celebrate the day by making a casserole for your loved ones?
National Green Bean Casserole Day was founded by Jace Shoemaker-Galloway, who is known as the “Queen of the Holidays.” She has created many non-traditional holidays, and she knows a lot about holidays!
Green Bean Casserole is often served at celebrations, such as Thanksgiving. It is a simple dish that is made with cream of mushroom soup and green beans. Some people also add French fried onions to the top.
The recipe for Green Bean Casserole was written in 1955 by Dorcas “Dottie” Reilly. She wanted to create a delicious dish that was made with ingredients that most people had on hand.
Green beans are a healthy vegetable that has many benefits. They are:
- Good for diabetics, as they help to regulate blood sugar.
- High in calcium and vitamin K, which are good for bones.
- Good for vision.
- High in fiber, which can help to reduce cholesterol.
- Not safe to eat raw, as they contain toxins.
- Available in a variety of colors, including white, pink, and purple.
How to take part
There are many ways to celebrate National Green Bean Casserole Day. You can make a casserole and invite your loved ones over for dinner, experiment with different flavors and ingredients, or host a competition to see who can make the best Green Bean Casserole. No matter how you choose to celebrate, have fun and enjoy this delicious holiday dish!
When is National Green Bean Casserole Day celebrated in 2023?
National Green Bean Casserole Day is observed on December 3 each year.