Today Special – 6th March 2018

Today Special – 6th March 2018

What can make cheesecake even better? Making it from chocolate, of course! There’s no better dish to dedicate a day to celebrating – especially if that involves eating it. Whoever decided to start White Chocolate Cheesecake Day must have been a big fan of this tasty dessert.

While you might expect cheesecake recipes to have originated in the 20th Century, you’d be wrong. A form of cheesecake actually dates back to the Ancient Greeks and seems to have been on offer at the first Olympic Games in 776 BC! The recipe spread from there and has been refined along the way, especially with the use of cream cheese rather than the flour, honey and cheese ingredients of the earliest version.

There are hundreds of variations of White Chocolate Cheesecake recipes, so you’ll be sure to find the perfect dessert. Alternatively, celebrate the day by making up your own version!

History of National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day

The exact origin and the founder of National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day are still unknown. The cheesecakes that we like these days rely heavily on the cream cheese, which founded in late 1870. In the early 1990s, the cheesecakes are found on every restaurant menu in the city of New York, and then it becomes a worldwide sensation. Then the people around the world is love to experiment the cheesecake with the different flavours like the turtle, pina colada, red velvet and creme brulee.

How to celebrate National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day

There are thousands of White Chocolate Cheesecake recipes are available around the world. Hence have a visit to your local bakery on this day and pick your favourite dessert. To celebrate the day more interestingly, made your version of White Chocolate Cheesecake on your home and share with your family members and friends. Don’t forget to take pictures while enjoying the taste of White Chocolate Cheesecake and post it on social media with your thoughts about the day by using the hashtag #WhiteChocolateCheesecakeday.




Source by:- daysoftheyear