National Cinnamon Crescent Day
National Cinnamon Crescent Day is observed next on Monday, April 10th, 2023 (67 days from today).
National Cinnamon Crescent Day is observed annually on April 10th in order to fill the house with warmth.
History of National Cinnamon Crescent Day
Each year, this pastry holiday causes extreme excitement on April 10. However, its origin was still a mystery. The crescent-shaped dough is made from sugar, cinnamon and butter, then rolled, shaped and baked to a delicious golden brown. You can add ice for an extra sweetness. While wonderfully served piping hot from the oven, these rolls also taste delicious as they cool. Don't hesitate to earn extra coins, because they won't last long.
The crescent is similar to a croissant. The outside has a light flaky crust revealing the warm, buttery inside. The key to a perfect croissant is rolling out the dough. Rolling the dough is a process by which butter is folded into the mixture creating many thin layers of butter and dough.
While you enjoy eating your crescent, remember that cinnamon is a good source of manganese, fiber, iron, and calcium.
How to celebrate National Cinnamon Crescent Day
Do you have any ideas for this day? The idea of making a batch of crescent-shaped waffles for breakfast or a snack is a great example for us. Do a little more so you can share with family members or colleagues. Don't forget to mix up a bunch of these Cinnamon Crescent rolls.
Especially, share your celebration on social media using the hashtag #CinnamonCrescentDay to spread the word and encourage people to participate.
ObservedNational Cinnamon Crescent Day has been observed annually on April 10th.
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