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In honor of Holidays around the world, this page is dedicated to Food Holidays and the month of January. Listed below is our research finding for National Blonde Brownie Day; subject facts, it's origin and creator of this annual observance. Since this is a food holiday... we also offer some delicious dessert recipes to help you celebrate your special day.
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National Blonde Brownie Day
National Blonde Brownie Day is an unofficial food holiday. It is observed in the United States but our findings show that brownie lovers from all over the world will celebrate this day by baking blondies. 
     This holiday is not to be confused with the darker, more traditional version of brownie which also has it's own day of recognition which is on December 8.
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Facts about the Blondie

A blondie (also known as a "blond[e] brownie" or "blondie bar" is a rich, 
sweet dessert bar. It is made from flour, brown sugar, butter, eggs, baking 
powder, and vanilla, and may also contain walnuts or pecans. Chocolate 
chip blondies may contain white or dark chocolate chips. A blondie may 
have a taste reminiscent of butterscotch.

Blondies resemble the traditional chocolate brownie, but are based on 
brown sugar instead of cocoa; they are sometimes referred to as blonde 
brownies. They are baked in a pan in the oven similar to how traditional 
brownies are baked, then cut into rectangular shapes for serving.

Blondies are often confused with white chocolate brownies, although they 
are highly different, as unlike the white chocolate brownie or the normal 
brownie, they contain no chocolate or chocolate flavouring, not inclusive of 
chocolate chips, which are often put in blondies.

Like brownies, blondies may include chocolate chips. They may also contain 
coconut, nuts, toffee, or any other chunky candy for added texture. Blondies 
aren't usually frosted; the brown sugar flavor tends to be sweet enough.

Another popular variation is the Congo bar, which contains chocolate chips with either walnuts or coconut.

Blondies are sometimes served in sundaes, often topped with caramel sauce.
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Origin and History of National Blonde Brownie Day
The history of National Blonde Brownie Day is unknown. Our research did not find the true creator or the origin of this day. No clear evidence has been found to indicate who had the first idea for this holiday or what year it was first conceived.

Why the month of January and why the 22 day? 
That's the question... This holiday is referred to as a "National" day as all food and drink holidays are. However, we did not find any congressional records or presidential proclamations for this day. Even though we didn't, this is still a food holiday that is publicized to celebrate and many people do celebrate it.

We found  recognition from...
calendar sites, food sites and personal Internet sites that blog and share information about this holiday. We also found reference to this day on baker websites and restaurant websites that promote brownie desserts. See Hot Links below/right
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How To Celebrate this holiday:
  • Party Planning: Host a Blonde Brownie party. Put on the pot of coffee and bake up a batch of blonde brownies and your well on your way to a great day of devouring blonde brownies. If coffee is not your thing then offer a pot of hot steaming tea and turn it into a blonde brownie tea party for the ladies.

  • Party Games: Play the brownie in the bag game. Get brown bags and place a different type of brownie in each of the bags. To play the game just have your guests smell each bag and see if they can find which bag has the blonde brownie in it. If you don't have time to bake different flavors of brownies just go to the bakery and pick a few varieties from there.

  • Amazon Cookbooks: Let's Bake! Amazon is a great source for cookbooks that's perfect for the holidays and friendly get-togethers. They have a huge selection from baking to barbecue.


  • Do you need a door prize for your party? You could think about giving away a fantastic storage box to house your blonde brownies in.

  • Give a calendar as a gift so they will never forget this holiday again! Amazon has a huge selection of many different theme calendars. Pick a food or dessert theme calendar.

  • Send Free Internet Invitations! - If your ready to get together with your friends don't forget to invite them by email with these fun Internet Invitations. They are always fun & FREE!
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You may also want to research:
  • American Desserts
  • Brownies
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National Blonde Brownie Day is celebrated annually on January 22 in the United States.
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