There are many amazing December Food Holidays to celebrate all month long. The most popular food day in December is National Cookie Day. It is celebrated every year on December 4th. It makes perfect sense to have a National Cookie Day in the month that is most popular for cookie baking. Cookies are a perfect dessert for the holidays and fun cookie exchanges. It is an official holiday in the United States.
December Monthly Food Days
Monthly food holidays are celebrated all month long. There is no specific
day of celebration. Just a food fest all month long.
December only has three-month long food celebrations, eggnog month, fruit cake month and pear month.
Christmas and New Year are not just popular December holidays - many people around the world celebrate a variety of traditions during this festive time of the year. From Hanukkah and Krampusnacht to Kwanzaa and Yule, December is truly an exciting month of holidays! As with all celebrations, food is a staple. Celebrate December food themes every day with food! There are many food holidays in December, we are sure you will find your favorite to celebrate.
Celebrate these foods all month long!
- National Eggnog Month
- National Fruit Cake Month
- National Pear Month
National December Food Holidays
As it turns out, there are quite a few delicious and unique food holidays to celebrate this month! From National Cookie Day on December 4th to National Eggnog Day on December 24th, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy your favorite treats.
Other notable food holidays this month include National Pastry Day on December 9th, National Chocolate Covered Anything Day on December 16th, and National Fried Shrimp Day on December 21st.
No matter what your favorite food is, there's likely a holiday this month dedicated to celebrating and enjoying it. So why not gather your friends and family and create some delicious meals and treats to enjoy together? Happy Eating!
December daily food days are holidays celebrated on the same date every year, regardless of the day of the week.
Let's take a closer look at all the delicious December Food Holidays we can celebrate every day.
|December 1||Fried Pie Day|
|December 2||Fritters Day|
|December 3||Peppermint Latte Day|
|December 4||Cookie Day|
|December 5||Comfort Food Day|
Sacher Torte Day
|December 6||Gazpacho Day|
|December 7||Cotton Candy Day|
|December 8||Brownie Day|
|December 9||Pastry Day|
|December 10||Lager Day|
|December 11||Noodle Ring Day|
|December 12||Ambrosia Day|
|December 13||Popcorn String Day|
Ice Cream and Violins Day
|December 14||Bouillabaisse Day|
Biscuits and Gravy Day
|December 15||Cupcake Day|
Gingerbread Latte Day
|December 16||Chocolate Covered Anything Day|
|December 17||Maple Syrup Day|
|December 18||Roast Suckling Pig Day|
|December 19||Hard Candy Day|
Oatmeal Muffin Day
|December 20||Sangria Day|
|December 21||Fried Shrimp Day|
Kiwi Fruit Day – Kiwi Day
|December 22||Date Nut Bread|
|December 23||Pfeffernuesse Day|
|December 24||Eggnog Day|
|December 25||Pumpkin Pie Day|
|December 26||Candy Cane Day|
|December 27||Fruitcake Day|
|December 28||Chocolate Candy Day|
|December 29||Pepper Pot Day|
|December 30||Bacon Day|
|December 31||Champagne Day|
As we approach the end of the year, many people's minds turn to the December holidays. This festive season, which typically encompasses Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year's Eve, is a time of joy, togetherness, and reflection.
For some, it's a chance to celebrate religious traditions and reconnect with loved ones near and far. For others, it's an opportunity to take some much-needed time off and indulge in some rest and relaxation.
Whatever your background or aspiration, there's something truly special about this time of year. So, as we gear up for the month of December, let's remember to cherish the moments, spread kindness and cheer, and, most importantly, appreciate all that we have in our lives. Happy Holidays!
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