National Ice Cream Day is a day that celebrates all things ice cream. It’s the perfect time to get together with friends and family for an afternoon of fun, food, and -of course- dessert! From sundaes to shakes there are so many different ways you can enjoy your favorite frozen treat on National Ice Cream Day!
It’s National Ice Cream Day, and you know what that means! Grab a pint of your favorite flavored ice cream from the freezer to celebrate. If there aren’t any in stock at home, be sure to stop by one of these local favorites for an unforgettable experience:
1) Dairy Queen – This classic American franchise has been serving up delicious treats since 1940. The restaurant is famous for their iconic soft serve dessert options like Cherry Garcia or Banana Split King sized sundae with all sorts goodies on top. You can also get creative with fun flavors like Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavor Treats or Chocolate Turtle Pecan Delight Blizzard®-a frozen treat so good it’ll make you want more than just one scoop!
Learn about Ice Cream Day
The world’s most popular dessert is ice cream, so much so that it has its own special day! On the third Sunday in July, you can enjoy a free scoop of your favorite flavor. Since 1892 when President Benjamin Harrison declared Wednesday to be National Ice Cream Day, there have been other proclamations from Presidents McKinley and Roosevelt declaring different days for international celebrations including May 15th as World Chocolate-Covered Cherry (or U.S.-only) Food Holiday; April 14th as International Jelly Bean Day; June 20th as NATIONAL ICE CREAM DAY USA ; September 2nd – 16thasNational Banana Split Week with over 50 million banana splits served during those 10 days! And many more holidays coming soon!!!
History of Ice Cream Day
What better way to celebrate the first day of summer than with a cold cup or cone? Ice cream is so versatile because it can be enjoyed at any time and for all lifestyles. It’s perfect as a pre-workout power boost, post-lunch break from studying, evening snack after dinner, treat before bedtime…or even while in line waiting for your favorite ride! Chances are you’ve got an ice cream flavor that tastes just right – now go get yourself some creamy deliciousness on this hot season!
The history of iced desserts goes back centuries ago when ancient people would freeze snow during winter then serve up their icy treats once warmer weather came around. Today we have more options like sorbettoes.
How to celebrate Ice Cream Day
The weather may be hot, but that won’t stop you from celebrating Ice Cream Day! Try these ideas for your next ice cream party: – Buy a little of everyone’s favorite flavor. You’ll never know which one will win the most votes when it comes to eating time. Nothing like adding some variety in those sugar levels too! – Serve up individual cones with sprinkles and other toppings on each side so guests can enjoy their own combination or take turns sharing tastes with friends without getting messy hands all over everything else-especially if there are kids involved who want in on this year’s festivities as well!. 2nd Output (tried again) The ways we celebrate might differ slightly depending on where you live…
Celebrate National Ice Cream Day with these five ways to enjoy your favorite cold treat. If you are looking for a unique way, try freezing the ice cream in an egg carton and then eating it by smashing out pieces of frozen sweet treats one at a time!