NATIONAL DEVIL’S FOOD CAKE DAY
Observed annually on May 19th, National Devil’s Food Cake Day is enjoyed by chocolate cake lovers throughout the country and around the world.
Devil’s Food Cake is a heavenly chocolate cake. It differs from a regular chocolate cake by its darker color and tends to be more moist and airy. Devil’s Food cake recipes use hot or boiling water as the primary liquid. Cocoa is typically utilized in the batter, as opposed to chocolate, and coffee can be added for a distinctive flavor. A delicious chocolate frosting usually accompanies the cake.
Recipes for Devil’s Food cakes often appeared alongside recipes for Angel Food cakes. One of the earliest recipes appeared in the August 10, 1898, edition of the Hagerstown Exponent of Hagerstown, Indiana. While earlier chocolate cake recipes existed before this one, Devil’s Food Cake is uniquely different for other chocolate cakes.
HOW TO OBSERVE #DevilsFoodCakeDay
Mix up this irresistible Devil’s Food Cake I recipe. If you have a recipe you love, be sure to bake it up to celebrate! Use #DevilsFoodCakeDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL DEVIL’S FOOD CAKE DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar continues researching the origins of this dessert holiday. While we do, check out these other cake celebrations:
- Ice Cream Cake Day
- Devil Dog Day
- Kouign Amann Day
- Lemon Cupcake Day
- Cake Day
- Chocolate Cake Day
- Angel Food Cake Day
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