Jan 5 National Cream Day
NATIONAL DAY OF THE WHITE CREAM
On January 5th, add a little something special to the desserts to celebrate National Whipped Cream Day. Add some whipped cream! Not only does this add cream and a little pizza, but it can mean the difference between a drink or dessert everyday or celebrations.
This holiday coincides with the birthday of Reddi-wip’s founder, Aaron “Bunny” Rabbit. Aaron, who invented Reddi-wip in 1948, was born on January 5, 1914 and died on July 10, 1999.
National Whipped Cream Day celebrates the contribution of whipped cream to the world of desserts.
Often sweet and sometimes flavored with vanilla, coffee, chocolate, orange and other flavors, whipped cream is also sometimes called whipped cream or whipped cream.
Recipes from the 16th century included sweet and flavored whipped cream. The names snow milk and snow cream were used. In these recipes, the naturally separated cream is whipped, usually with branches of willow or rush, and the foam obtained on the surface is occasionally frothed and drained, process taking an hour or more.
The English name of the whipped cream was created in 1673. The name “cream for the snow” continued to be used throughout the 17th century.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Try one of the following recipes:
Robust icing with whipped cream
Caramelito biscuits with vanilla and candied walnut whipped cream
Milk chocolate mousse with whipped cream with coconut
Use #WhippedCreamDay to post on social networks.
Our research did not find the creator of National Whipped Cream Day.