National Chocolate Parfait Day in USA
National Chocolate Parfait Day in USA is held on May 1. This event in the first decade of the month May is annual. Help us
Chocolate was consumed by the ancient Aztecs as a frothy beverage, somewhat like hot chocolate we drink today. Chocolate History comes from a plant, called Theobroma cacao, which translates “Food of the Gods”. In French, the word parfait means “perfect”, and in American English, the term almost exclusively refers to a sort of delicious, frozen dessert.
In France, a parfait is a frozen dessert made from a base of simple syrup, egg, and cream. The American version includes more ingredients like granola, nuts, yogurt and liqueurs made in combination with a topping of fruits or whipped cream that are layered and served in a tall glass.The oldest known recipe dates back to 1892.
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