Top 6 food holidays that are celebrated in February
- National Chocolate Cake Day: This holiday is celebrated on February 7th and is dedicated to chocolate cake, a popular dessert made with chocolate and typically served with frosting or icing.
- National Chocolate Fondue Day: This holiday is celebrated on February 5th and is dedicated to chocolate fondue, a dessert made by melting chocolate and dipping fruit or other treats into the melted chocolate.
- National Crêpe Day: This holiday is celebrated on February 2nd and is dedicated to crêpes, a type of thin pancake that can be filled with a variety of sweet or savory ingredients.
- National Pizza Day: This holiday is celebrated on February 9th and is dedicated to pizza, a popular Italian dish made with a dough base and topped with a variety of ingredients.
- National Carrot Cake Day: This holiday is celebrated on February 3rd and is dedicated to carrot cake, a type of cake made with grated carrots and typically served with cream cheese frosting.
- National Banana Bread Day: This holiday is celebrated on February 23rd and is dedicated to banana bread, a type of sweet bread made with mashed bananas and often flavored with nuts or chocolate chips.
These are just a few examples of food holidays that are celebrated in February. There are many other food holidays throughout the year that are dedicated to specific foods or types of cuisine.
|Berry Fresh Month|
|Celebration of Chocolate Month|
|Great American Pies Month|
|National Cherry Month|
|National Fiber Focus Month|
|National Hot Breakfast Month|
|National Grapefruit Month|
|National Snack Food Month|
|Potato Lover’s Month|
|Sweet Potato Month|
|Shape Up With Pickles Time||First Week|
|Great American Pizza Bake||Second Week|
|Jell-O® Week||Second Week|
|Kraut and Frankfurter Week||Second Week|
|National Pancake Week||Fourth Week|
|Food Checkout Week||Fourth Week|
|International Pancake Day||Shrove Tuesday (February or March)|
|Oatmeal Monday||Second Monday|
|National Baked Alaska Day||February 1|
|Heavenly Hash Day||February 2|
|Crepes Day (France)||February 2|
|National Carrot Cake Day||February 3|
|Homemade Soup Day||February 4|
|National Stuffed Mushroom Day||February 4|
|National Chocolate Fondue Day||February 5|
|Nutella Day||February 6|
|National Fettucini Alfredo Day||February 7|
|Molasses Bar Day||February 8|
|National Bagels and Lox Day||February 9|
|Pizza Pie Day||February 9|
|Cream Cheese Brownie Day||February 10|
|Peppermint Patty Day||February 11|
|National Plum Pudding Day||February 12|
|National Tortellini Day||February 13|
|National Creme-Filled Chocolates Day||February 14|
|National Gumdrop Day||February 15|
|National Almond Day||February 16|
|National Indian Pudding Day||February 17|
|National Café Au Lait Day||February 17|
|National Cabbage Day||February 17|
|Crab-Stuffed Flounder Day||February 18|
|Drink Wine Day||February 18|
|National Chocolate Mint Day||February 19|
|National Margarita Day||February 22|
|National Sticky Bun Day||February 21|
|National Margarita Day||February 22|
|National Cherry Pie Day||February 22|
|National Banana Bread Day||February 23|
|Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day||February 23|
|National Tortilla Chip Day||February 24|
|National Clam Chowder Day||February 25|
|National Chocolate-Covered Nuts Day||February 25|
|National Pistachio Day||February 26|
|National Chili Day||February 26|
|National Strawberry Day||February 27|
|National Kahlua Day||February 27|
|National Chocolate Souffle Day||February 28|
|Surf and Turf Day||February 29 [Leap Day]|
February Food History
Here are some notable events in food history that have occurred in the month of February:
- In 1892, the first can of Campbell’s soup was sold in a store in Camden, New Jersey, marking the beginning of the Campbell Soup Company.
- In 1922, the first annual National Chocolate Fondue Day was celebrated, honoring the popular dessert made by melting chocolate and dipping fruit, cookies, and other sweets into it.
- In 1945, the first annual National Pancake Day was celebrated, honoring the popular breakfast food made with flour, eggs, and milk.
- In 1964, the first annual National Chocolate Souffle Day was celebrated, honoring the light and fluffy chocolate dessert.
- In 1991, the first annual National Snack Food Day was celebrated, honoring the variety of snack foods that are enjoyed around the world.