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Loving Lately: National Chocolate Fondue Day (February 5)

I feel that it is my patriotic duty to observeΒ as many National Food Holidays as possible… when I remember to check what they are. But National Chocolate Fondue Day is not one that I take lightly. I like to celebrate it often, just in remembrance, because I love chocolate fondue. In fact, even if it were not a holiday, I would celebrate it on many days; as I have for many years, before I knew it was a holiday. AndΒ even though we don’t grow the cocoa bean here in the US, we know how to appreciate it,Β soΒ by jove some thoughtful man or woman took it upon their civil duty toΒ petition to have a National Chocolate Fondue day, and I think we owe it to them to celebrate it… everywhere! Don’t you?

I’m proud to say someone else in my house thinks so too. I found my little patriot, as I often do, celebrating all by himself.


An easy recipe for a great chocolate fondue:

6 oz of milk chocolate chips melted with…

1/4 cup chunky (or creamy) peanut butter

Dip fruit, graham crackers, marshmallows or whatever else you’d like!

Is there a National Chocolate & Peanut Butter Day? I’ll check. Because I’d like another reason to celebrate that too.




  1. This is so much fun … last week was National Chocolate Cake Day, now it’s National Chocolate Fondue Day!! πŸ˜€ Delicious!!

  2. Yes, food holidays are the best! I’ve always wanted to celebrate pie day-you know March 14th (3.14)-hehe πŸ˜„ It would be a fun one, have everyone bring different kinds of pies!! Hmm maybe I should do a mom’s night in March…now that you’ve got me thinking! πŸ™‚

  3. Elijah is truly a snack patriot. He has liberated many choice snacks. Chocolate being one of the causes most dear to his heart.

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