NATIONAL BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE WITH ALMONDS DAY
On November 7th, National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day ushers in one of the more healthful ways to enjoy chocolate.
Recent studies reveal health benefits from eating small quantities of bittersweet chocolate. The addition of almonds increases health benefits as well. Pairing the two of them together gives us a delicious and healthful snack. Make them a part of your lunch or enjoy them as part of an afternoon snack.
In 1742, Eliza Smith included the only chocolate recipe in her cookbook The Compleat Housewife printed by William Parks. The simple recipe combined grated chocolate, orange flower water, and sugar.
When combining chocolate and almonds, remember that both keep well, too. So, sharing during the holidays is easy. Make a little or a lot of a recipe to spread the holiday cheer when using bittersweet chocolate with almonds.
HOW TO OBSERVE #BittersweetChocolateWithAlmondsDay
Chocolate and almonds can improve just about any day. Try one of the recipes below. Make enough to share or invite friends to get creative with chocolate recipes in your kitchen. It’s an excellent way to #CelebrateEveryDay.
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NATIONAL BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE WITH ALMONDS DAY HISTORY
The National Confectioners Association sponsors National Bittersweet Chocolate With Almonds Day.
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