National Cookie Day

When:
December 4th, Every Year

Time: 12:00 am - 12:55 pm

Description

In the United States and Canada a cookie is a little, flat, sweet baked dessert, as a rule containing flour, eggs, sugar, and either spread, cooking oil or another oil or fat, and frequently including fixings, for example, raisins, oats, chocolate chips or nuts. cookies may be mass-delivered, made in little pastry kitchens or home-made. Treat variations incorporate utilizing two slender treats with a creme filling (e.g., Oreos) and dunking the treat in chocolate or another sweet covering. Treats are regularly presented with refreshments, for example, milk, espresso or tea.

In most other English-talking nations cookies are called scones.

Treats are most regularly prepared until fresh or sufficiently long that they stay delicate, yet a few sorts of treats are not heated by any means. cookies are made in a wide assortment of styles, utilizing a variety of fixings including sugars, flavors, chocolate, margarine, nutty spread, nuts, or dried natural products. The delicate quality of the cookie may rely on upon to what extent it is baked.

cookie like hard wafers have existed for whatever length of time that preparing is recorded, to a limited extent in light of the fact that they manage travel extremely well, however they were generally not sufficiently sweet to be considered treats by cutting edge standards.[5]

cookies seem to have their beginnings in seventh century AD Persia, not long after the utilization of sugar turned out to be moderately normal in the region.[1] They spread to Europe through the Muslim triumph of Spain. By the fourteenth century, they were basic in all levels of society all through Europe, from imperial food to road merchants.