National Vanilla Cupcake Day is a holiday that celebrates vanilla as a fragrant, tasty and far from boring flavor. The first mention of cupcakes with spices dates back to the 18th century, when small pies were baked in molds called cupcakes. Many gourmets agree that cupcakes are too beautiful to eat.
The Totonac Aztecs first began to grow vanilla beans in the 15th century. In 1776, the first miniature pastries appeared. Then, in 1919, Hostess launched the Hostess product, which quickly became a classic. The popularity of the Hostess was so high that millions of people learned the recipe and began to experiment with fillings and coatings. Since then, the popularity of vanilla mini pies has not diminished.
- Until the 18th century, muffin tins were practically unavailable.
- If your cupcakes are a bit lumpy, the icing will hide and correct any culinary flaws.
- Culinary experts note that the spice can transform the taste of any dish, decorate it, make it richer, and highlight important accents.
- Small portioned cupcakes are the best solution for a festive event when you don’t want to offend anyone and offer the same menu to everyone.
How to take part
There are many ways to participate in National Vanilla Cupcake Day. You can bake a portion of cupcakes with your favorite toppings and share them with your friends, neighbors, and colleagues. You can also take a baking class or sign up for a course to learn how to cook, select and use spices. You can also get creative with the decorating of your cupcakes. Consider preparing a treat for the students of the nearest school. Finally, don’t forget to congratulate a familiar chef on such a sweet, fragrant event.
When is National Vanilla Cupcake Day Celebrated in 2023?
National Vanilla Cupcake Day is devoted to celebrating cheerfulness and fun. It happens annually on November the 10th.