National Blueberry Popover Day

National Blueberry Popover Day is an annual food celebration feasted on March 10th. Amongst all different kinds of bread, popovers are one yummy airy rolls loved by most people. Blueberry Popover is an all-time favourite treat for any sweet tooth. It can be served as a sweet for breakfast, a better tea companion in the afternoon, and fits well with meats at lunch and dinner. So you can treat yourself with Blueberry Popovers at any time of the day. Having gained so much of fame, Blueberry Popover has been celebrated with a special day meant for it. Fill up your mouth with Blueberry Popovers to celebrate the National Blueberry Popover Day.

“You’ll never regret eating blueberries or working up a sweat.” – Jacquelyn Mitchard

History of National Blueberry Popover Day

There isn’t any mention of the history and origin of the National Blueberry Popover Day. We are unable to identify the creator of this special Day. However, popovers have been in existence since 1850’s. A popover is a quickbread with light, hollow airy roll prepared from an egg batter similar to that of Yorkshire pudding. It is usually baked in a small pan or dedicated popover pans that is different from muffin tins. The pan will have straight-walled sides rather than angled. The airy rolls will puff out over the edge of the tin when baked. The popover will be crispy on the outside whereas the warm and often hollow insides. It is filled with custards, creams and fruits for sweet treats with blueberries as a primary ingredient.

National Blueberry Popover Day
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National Blueberry Popover Day

Popover can be served with savoury combinations as like the Yorkshire pudding. The name for this American origin “popover” comes from the fact as the batter swells or “pops” over the top of the muffin tins while baking. The popover is also called as Laplander, a term for the Sami people. The oldest known reference to the popovers is mentioned in a letter of E. E. Stuart’s during 1850’s and whereas the first cookbook to print a recipe for the popovers were M. N. Henderson, Practical Cooking, in 1876.

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How to Celebrate National Blueberry Popover Day

Celebrating the National Blueberry Popover Day is very simple. Indulge yourself to eat some Blueberry Popover on this special Day. Let it be your food for morning breakfast or lunch or dinner, and Blueberry Popover is a perfect recipe for any time of the day. Buy from the best shop and eat it with your kind of people. Those who are fast at making popovers can even try making the Blueberry Popover at your home if you have got fresh Blueberries in your garden. So refer to any source and make homemade Blueberry Popovers for your family. Make sure you serve the popovers hot to taste its flavours to the fullest as it will become rubbery if they are cold. So don’t forget to click pictures on  Blueberry Popover Day and you can share them on the social media using the hashtag #BlueberryPopoverDay.

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