National Milk Chocolate Day
National Milk Chocolate Day is observed on July 28 of every year. Milk chocolate is hard chocolate made using powdered, liquid or condensed milk. Many candy bars contain milk chocolate and are also used in making various baking goods, coffee drinks, hot chocolates, and many other delicious desserts. National Milk Chocolate Day celebrates the milk chocolate that is loved by millions of people around the world. Take this day as an excuse to hog as many dishes with milk chocolate. All kind of chocolate is proven to have mood-enhancing benefits that may even help you live happier and more extended. So, celebrate Milk Chocolate Day.
“There are four basic food groups: plain chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and white chocolate.” – Jill Shalvis
History of National Milk Chocolate Day
National Milk Chocolate Day is found to be created by the National Confectioners Association. Reason for the creation of the day is unknown. However, milk chocolate itself was first established as a drink in the mid of 19th century in Germany. It was first made in the bar by Swiss chocolatier Daniel Peter in collaboration with Henri Nestle in the year 1875. Daniel Peter created the first recipe for milk chocolate and called the dish gala meaning from the milk. This day celebrates the old and classic milk chocolate.
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How to celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day
Celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day in any way you like. Milk chocolate is a versatile ingredient that can use in various dishes like drinks, desserts, candies, cakes, etc., so enjoy milk chocolate in your favorite dish. You can head to a place where you will find your most liked milk chocolate dish. One can get their hands in baking their milk chocolate delicacy. One of the most original dish to make with milk chocolate is hot chocolate and other drinks, so prepare and share it with your friends and family. Various other recipes can be made using milk chocolate, so why to wait when you have time and reason to explore a new subject. Post pictures and share your National Milk Chocolate Day celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #MilkChocolateDay.