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National Sugar Cookie Day 2024: Date, History, Quotes, Facts

We all love ourselves some sugary treats. And when it comes to sugary treats, nothing beats sugar cookies. They are very easy to make and you will almost never fail to bake a delicious batch of cookies. Sugar cookies are inseparable parts of many occasions. Sugar cookies are also sold in charity events. Because they play such a big role in our lives during festivities, the Americans have dedicated a day to celebrate sugar cookies.

National Sugar Cookie Day Date

The USA celebrates National Sugar Cookie day across the country on 9th July every year. A large number of people celebrate the day doing different activities.

History of the National Sugar Cookie Day

The creator and the history of the National Sugar Cookie Day is unknown. Originating back in the 1700s in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, the German Protestant settlers initially referred to sugar cookies as Nazareth cookies and baked them in the form of a keystone, the symbol of their state. They didn’t call the first sugar cookies as sugar cookies. Before being called a sugar cookie they had been called by several different names.

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 Some Interesting Facts about National Sugar Cookie Day & Sugar Cookie

Some of the most important and interesting facts are mentioned below:

  • Sugar Cookies were invented in Pennsylvania by the Nazarenes. Back in the day, it was called Nazareth Cookies.
  • Sugar Cookie Day was made official in 2001.
  • During the 1930s, sugar cookies became widely popular in the states. They became a thank you gift for Santa for bringing the gifts on Christmas Eve.
  • Sugar Cookies represented as proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.
  • A great tip to make even more delicious sugar cookie is – use a lot of butter and cream cheese. Do not over mix the dough as it will make the cookies tough. Sugar cookie dough is can last up to one month when frozen.

 How to Celebrate National Sugar Cookie Day?

We already know the answer to this question. That is, simply indulge yourself in all the sugar cookies you can get your hands on! There are few options to celebrate this day along with eating of course. The easiest way is to hit the store and buy varieties of sugar cookies. This way you can enjoy lots of sugar cookies of many varieties.

If you prefer freshly baked cookies, you can bake some yourself with your own little twists. This way you can also share your handmade cookies with your friends and families and share the joy. Host a cookie party with your close people. You can have a great time with your people while baking and decorating the cookies with various designs.

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Sugar Cookies Day Quotes

“Every cookie is a sugar cookie. A cookie without sugar is a cracker.” – Gary Gulman

“I have been a joy to live with all spring: Upbeat, warm and tender, uncomplicated, and loving. I am no trouble at all. You could press me into the dough and make sugar cookies out of me, I’ve been so sweet.” – Adriana Trigiani

“America ships tons of sugar cookies to Denmark and Denmark ships tons of sugar cookies to America. Wouldn’t it be more efficient just to swap recipes?” – Michael Pollan

“I like cookies, any cookie you put in front of me – animal cookies, sugar cookies, anything crunchy.” – Maria Shriver

“You know what ambrosia tastes like? It tastes like all the things you can’t eat on Weight Watchers. Cheeseburgers, sugar cookies, regular freaking ice cream instead of, like, ice cream that’s made out of air and human hope.” – John Green

“People have got to learn: if they don’t have cookies in the cookie jar, they can’t eat cookies.” – Suze Orman

Final Words

Sugar cookies are perhaps the simplest thing out of which you can bring out a person’s smile and joy. You are bound to have a great time with your crowd if you have sugar cookies as a snack. The joy is even greater when it is shared in the form of handmade cookies. So, give in to this National Sugar Cookie Day!

José Vieira

José Vieira has been the event news writer at National Day Zreview since 2024. He researched the days and discovered fun facts. People looking for a reason to celebrate. His passion for helping everyone celebrate with special events, helpful tips, discounts, deals, and plenty of fun.

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