National Macaroon Day

National Macaroon Day is an annual feast and is celebrated on May 31st of every year. Undoubtedly, Macaroons are one of the ever time favorite snack to taste among the different classification of pastries available. Macaroons are a flourless biscuit to taste and is loved by all sorts of people that are popular from all over the world. Let it be coconut, almond, or chocolate, and macaroons are a delicious treat to taste. Give a try if you haven’t eaten macaroons earlier as it is National Macaroon Day. For others, Macaroon Day is a perfect excuse to indulge in the rich taste of macaroons.

“When I get tired, I start eating things that I wouldn’t normally crave, like biscuits, because they’ll give me a bit of energy to keep going.” – Carol Vorderman

History of National Macaroon Day

The National Macaroon Day‘s history, origin, and the creator are unknown. There is no record found about its first observance anywhere. However, the creator of this Day intends to celebrate macaroons, small round biscuits. The history of macaroons can be traced back to 9th-century from the Italian monastery. As the macaroons do not contain any flour but it contains coconut or potato starch and thus they do not come under the classification of cookies. Macaroon is typically prepared from the ground almonds as the original ingredient, coconut, nuts like pecans, cashews, food coloring, glace cherries, and sugar. Sometimes, honey, vanilla or spices are used as the flavorings and is coated with jam or a chocolate coating. Some recipes use the sweetened condensed milk, and most often macaroons are baked on the edible rice paper placed on a baking tray.

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National Macaroon Day

Macaroons have been believed to have been prepared first in an Italian monastery, and later the Italian monks and nuns have introduced macaroons to France. They were most popular among the Jewish community, particularly during Passover as Jews don’t cook with flour. The word ‘macaroon’ has come from the Italian word ‘Maccarone‘ meaning paste. Macaroons were named so as the primary ingredient in the first macaroon recipes was almond paste. The macaroon prepared from desiccated coconut instead of almond is the most commonly found macaroon from around the world. Coconut macaroons and its variants are usually dipped in the milk, dark, or white chocolate.

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How to Celebrate National Macaroon Day

On National Macaroon Day, you can treat your sweet tooth with the rich taste of macaroon. You can even try tasting different variants of macaroons and those you haven’t so far not eaten. It is the best time to know more about macaroons and its preparation method. Try preparing fresh home-made macaroons to treat your family and friends and let them celebrate this Day. To make it simple, you can get into a local pastry shop to buy your favourite macaroon. Share your Macaroon Day celebration pictures on the social media using the hashtag #MacaroonDay.

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