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National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day

National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day

Chocolate lovers rejoice on National Chocolate Covered Anything Day! December 16th offers the chocolate day you’ve been waiting for. On this day, dip and drizzle your favorite foods in every Chocolate imaginable.
If you could cover anything in Chocolate, what would it be? So many foods improve when we dip them in Chocolate. Many businesses build their foundation on the practice of dipping food into Chocolate. Whether you pick up a chocolate fountain or order a bouquet of a beautiful arrangement of chocolate-dipped fruit, celebrate!
But fruit isn’t the only food meant for dipping in Chocolate. Oh no. Other foods cry out for Chocolate, too. Have you tried chocolate-covered peanuts, cashews, or walnuts? Pretzels undergo a divine transformation when dipped in Chocolate, and they even have a national day. Pound cake and gummy candies taste delicious with Chocolate, too.

How to Observe National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day

Pick up some chocolate-covered anything, or try dipping your favorite food in Chocolate. Invite friends to join you and share in the experiment. Chocolate-covered treats make great gifts during the holiday season, too.

Try these suggestions:

  • Bananas and peanut butter
  • Cookies
  • Potato chips
  • Orange wedges
  • Ritz crackers
  • Biscotti
  • Peanut brittle
  • Marshmallows
  • Fudge
  • Shortbread
  • Ice cream

National Chocolate-Covered Anything Day Faqs

Q. What does it mean to temper chocolate?
A. Tempering is a process that improves the quality of a substance. In the case of Chocolate, it improves its resiliency and shine. It’s recommended to use tempered Chocolate when dipping or making candy.
Q. How do I temper Chocolate?
A. There are a few different methods for tempering Chocolate. One is to heat Chocolate slowly in a microwave in 30-second intervals. When the Chocolate starts to melt, you are getting close. Stop heating the Chocolate when it is soft but holds some of its shapes. When you stir the Chocolate, it should become smooth and lose its shape. Seeding chocolate is another method for tempering Chocolate. Separate 1/3 of the Chocolate and chop it into pea-sized bits. This is the seed chocolate. Melt the remaining 2/3 of the Chocolate in a double boiler. The temperature you bring the Chocolate to will depend on the type of Chocolate.
Dark Chocolate – 120°F
Milk Chocolate – 115°F
White Chocolate- 110°F

December 16th Celebrated (And Not So Celebrated) History

In protest of Parliament’s Tea Act passed in 1773, 60 men dressed as Mohawk Indians boarded ships belonging to the British East India Company. They tossed 342 chests filled with tea into the Boston Harbor. Their actions have become known as the Boston Tea Party.
Author Beatrix Potter self-published her children’s story The Tale of Peter Rabbit in the format publishers rejected – small enough for children’s hands to hold. The story of four rabbits which began as a letter to an ailing child from Potter became a bestseller and classic children’s story.
President Theodore Roosevelt looks on from the presidential yacht Mayflower as the Great White Fleet departs from Hampton Roads, VA. The nickname referred to the 16 battleships of the newly designated fleet of ships that left to circumnavigate the globe as a demonstration of “America’s naval prowess.”
NASA launched Explorer 16 from Cape Canaveral. It was the first satellite created exclusively for meteorite studies.
The Color Purple, starring Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg, and Oprah Winfrey, premieres in New York City. Adapted from the Alice Walker novel, the film was nominated for 11 Academy Awards. Steven Spielberg directed the film.

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