National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day is August 4

If you live in the United States, you might already know that National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day is on Thursday, August 4. Chocolate chip cookies seem to be a treat most enjoy, no matter what day of the year it is.



Those who eat chocolate chip cookies on days that are not National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day usually have several recipes they enjoy using. It is easy enough to switch out ingredients in any cookie recipe to make chocolate chip cookies the way they are enjoyed by the baker.

Baking chocolate chip cookies at home on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day will help limit any ingredients that need to be avoided. We purchase chocolate chips that do not contain milk, which is something many do because of menu restrictions. These can be found in most grocery stores if you need to avoid dairy-just be sure to read the label.

Ruth Wakefield, the owner of the Toll House Inn, introduced us to chocolate chip cookies when she felt some might be bored with the usual cookies they were eating at the Inn. Adding bits of chocolate helped Wakefield create the recipe many now enjoy on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. More details may be viewed on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chocolate_chip_cookie



National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day is a great day to bake extra cookies to enjoy on another day. Is there really anyone who does not enjoy at least several varieties of chocolate chip cookies? Adding raisins, oatmeal or nuts gives a nice mix of cookies to offer family and friends.






  • Comments

    1. Profile photo of Fifi Leigh
      Fifi Leigh

      Not another National Day! I missed this one. I usually run into them on different sites. But my favorite chocolate chips cookies are at Trader Joes. They are vegan and soft. they also have other vegan flavors.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        We have not had cookies from Trader Joes, but do like the cookies we make (vegan) and like to have these often!

    2. Profile photo of Rex Trulove
      Rex Trulove

      Yes, I live in the USA, but I didn’t know that it was national chocolate chip cookie day, or that there even was such a thing. A bit of trivia for you, though. Do you know which nation eats the most chocolate per person? The answer surprised me, though it really shouldn’t have; Switzerland, home of Swiss Chocolate.

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        Rex Trulove

        I figured it would either be the USA or some obscure country that most people have never heard of. It does make sense, though, since Swiss chocolate is known world-wide. Hmmm…I wonder if I could get a job as a chocolate taster? Interesting thought. 😀

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Do we every really need an excuse to make and eat cookies? Hmm-I could go for some right now.

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      Sandy KS

      I live in the USA and did not know about this national day.
      My boyfriend did eat Chocolate chips yesterday. I rarely eat chocolate for health reasons. I do love chocolate.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Some are not bothered by certain chocolate-and there are health benefits to eating chocolate. However, we can get through life without most of what is available to us, can’t we?

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      Jo Pin

      Who could resist Chocolate Chip cookies? I won’t let a day go without it, it’s always on my grocery list. If you want to put a smile on a little girl’s face give her a chocolate chip cookie and it surely make her day.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Chocolate chip cookies are a wonderful thing! These must make many people smile, even on the rainy days.

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