National Chocolate Chip Day

Today is National Chocolate Chip day! You know what that means... time for cookies and all things chocolatey. Here's my top 5 ways to celebrate this very special holiday.
Today is a day for chocolate chip lovers and dessert enthusiasts alike! Here are the top five ways you can celebrate this yummy food holiday, courtesy of The Glorious Train Wreck Mom.

Since National Chocolate Chip Day is today, I’m sure you’re all wondering what the best way to celebrate is. Well, I have the answer! Here are the top 5 ways to celebrate National Chocolate Chip Day:

  1. Make chocolate chip cookies! This is a classic way to celebrate, and it’s always a hit. You can try this recipe from Deanna’s Recipe Box
  2. Have a chocolate chip cookie dough party! This is a great way to get everyone involved in the celebration. Try out this no bake edible cookie dough recipe from The Little Holly That Could
  3. Make a chocolate chip cake! This will really impress your guests. Parenthetically Speaking has an amazing Buttermilk Chocolate Chip Cake
  4. Make a chocolate chip ice cream cake! This is perfect for a summer celebration. Try this mint chocolate chip ice cream cake from Tiffany Ibarra. Perfect for summer.
  5. Enjoy some chocolate chip pancakes! These are always a fun breakfast treat. And who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner? Check out these Oatmeal banana chocolate chip pancakes from Happy Belly Creations

Do you love chocolate chip cookies? Share your favorite recipe in the comments below. Happy Chocolate Chip Day


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      1. From across the pond, there’s Ben’s Cookies too!

        Incidentally, both Famous Amos and Ben’s Cookies are available here in Manila! Now that you mentioned cookies, I ought to make a future post about those two.

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