National Vanilla Pudding Day:
Recognizing the deliciousness of the cool vanilla pudding, the National Vanilla Pudding Day is celebrated on the 22nd of May every year.
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Why National Vanilla Pudding Day?
Everyone has a sweet tooth and there are sweets we all enjoy. When we speak of sweets and flavors, it would be an incomplete discussion without an honorable mention of the beloved and versatile vanilla. Used in many forms, vanilla has been ruling the table of desserts with its easy adaptability alongside other flavors. The Vanilla pudding served in many different ways, matching individual preferences, is a cold and creamy pudding designed to delight the eater. The pudding is not just a delight to taste but is also an easy dish to bake and is part of every household in the country. The day is a celebration of this simple yet delicious dessert that has ruled the hearts of food lovers for many years now. The dessert is a delight for the maker and the consumer thereby deserving a day of celebration to itself.
How can we celebrate National Vanilla Pudding Day:
There are many ways to enjoy this vanilla pudding and this day is just the occasion for it. Here are some ways on how you can enjoy this day to the fullest.
- The first way is of course enjoy this creamy pudding either alone or with your near and dear ones on this day. You can of course make it a more enjoyable and exciting dessert by adding a flavor of your own.
- You can have a cake of your choice and layer it with this deliciously creamy pudding to make it extra delightful.
- You can use the vanilla pudding to make yourself a parfait
- You can also make a pie with the pudding
- You can make a trifle with fresh fruits, vanilla pudding, and pound cake.
- You can have a competition among your friends and families on the best recipe anyone can make with the Vanilla pudding as the hero of the dish.
- You have to remember to share information about your recipe for vanilla pudding and how you celebrated this day on your social media and other online portals. Create awareness about this day with the hashtag #NationalVanillaPuddingDay and enjoy a bowl of this pudding.
- You can also have a session with your kids or that of your family and make this pudding together to create wonderful memories of the day.
- You can try out the different puddings in different bakeries in your area and probably share your thoughts on the puddings you have tasted online. You can give a shout-out to the best bakery which had the best pudding.
Interesting facts about National Vanilla Pudding Day:
Let us get to know more about vanilla pudding and puddings in general on National Vanilla Pudding Day.
- The name “pudding” is derived from “boudin” in French, translating to sausage. It is not surprising since the early pudding recipes featured meat or fish in it.
- While vanilla pudding is the most basic of the puddings, chocolate pudding is the most famous and common pudding.
- US citizens love having Jell-O and hence the popularity of this kind of pudding.
- During the Middle Age, the puddings were served only to the richest and the elite in the countries of Europe.
- Puddings with meat were made in England with mentions of the dish dating back to the early 14th
- The Puddings are mentioned by chefs of Richard II in a cookbook dating back to the 15th
- Sweet puddings were introduced to society only in the 17th century with nuts, sugar, and flour added to the mix.
- Later by the 19th century, the puddings also had arrowroot and cornstarch as part of their making.
- There are a variety of puddings like coffee pudding, orange pudding, lemon pudding, and much more created with different cuisines in the world.
History of National Vanilla Pudding Day:
There is no specific mention or data regarding the beginnings of this day. While we do not know how the celebration of this day began, we do know that the vanilla pudding has its history dating back to the early years of Medieval Europe. The initial puddings were made with either fish or meat and then the same was dropped to make it a dessert with the finest nuts and fruits.