National Candy Day
National Candy Day is celebrated on the 4th of November every year which also happens to be Election Day in the United States. National Candy Day is a pleasant occasion to enjoy all the various types of tasty candy had by people all over the world. There are several hundred and thousand varieties of candy with distinct flavours and tastes backed by different accounts. Although candies are attributed to children, adults too can have their own fair share of candies on this day. Popular National Candy Day recipes include - Pineapple Candy, Candy Bar Cheesecake, Fruit Candy Bars, Corn Flake Butterscotch Candy and English Toffee Candy.
Traditional National Candy Day Recipes
- Pineapple Candy is among popular National candy Day recipes to make a creamy candy with crushed pineapple topped with pecans.
- Candy Bar Cheesecake is a delicious cheesecake made out of great National candy day recipes incorporating candy bars with cream cheese.
- Fruit Candy Bars is a Canadian delight among National Candy Day recipes made incorporating dried fruits and fruit juices.
- Corn Flake Butterscotch Candy is a delicious dish made from among great National Candy Day recipes that incorporates cornflakes, chocolate chips and butterscotch chips.
- English Toffee Candy is a classic dessert made from among National candy day recipes from UK.
Significance of National Candy Day Dishes
National Candy Day is an occasion where one and all from kids to adults indulge in making and enjoying exquisite candies. One among them is a classic candy called as Tootsie Rolls invented by Leo Hirshfield in New York in the year 1896. It was named after the nickname of his daughter which was "Tootsie."
National Candy Day Food Trivia
In America, every year 65 percent of the candy manufactured is had by Americans above the age of 18. Candy is among much-loved delights all over the world. A normal American has about 25 pounds of candy every year and the normal person in Denmark has about 36 pounds every year!