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NATIONAL CHOCOLATE ON ANYTHING DAY
What a nice way to celebrate yesterday's haul of fine prospects.
NATIONAL CHOCOLATE COVERED ANYTHING DAY
Chocolate lovers rejoice on National Chocolate Covered Anything Day! December 16th offers the chocolate day you’ve been waiting for. On this day, dip and drizzle your favorite foods in every kind of chocolate imaginable.
If you could cover anything in chocolate, what would it be? So many foods improve when we dip them in chocolate. Many businesses build their foundation on the practice of dipping dipping food into chocolate. Whether you pick up a chocolate fountain or order a bouquet of a beautiful arrangement of chocolate-dipped fruit, celebrate!
But fruit isn’t the only food meant for dipping in chocolate. Oh no. Other foods cry out for chocolate, too. Have you tried chocolate-covered peanuts, cashews, or walnuts? Pretzels undergo a divine transformation when dipped in chocolate, and they even have a national day of their own. Pound cake and gummy candies taste delicious with chocolate, too. If you love coffee, how can you pass up chocolate covered coffee beans?
The list goes on. What’s your favorite covered chocolate covered anything?
Pick up some chocolate covered anything, or try your hand at dipping your favorite food in chocolate. Invite friends to join you and share in the experiment. Chocolate covered treats make great gifts during the holiday season, too.
Try these suggestions:
- Bananas and peanut butter
- Potato chips
- Orange wedges
- Ritz crackers
- Peanut brittle
- Ice cream
Used in a sentence: I'd love some chocolate covered Gator meat.