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Soft pretzel dip bar

Get Peppy for National Soft Pretzel Month!

Now is the time to celebrate the creation of the doughy, salty (or sweet) snack we have all come to love so much—it’s National Soft Pretzel Month! Soft pretzels are a snack that everyone enjoys, and with so many ways to eat them and ways to transform them into something even more delicious, the possibilities are endless. Keep scrolling to see some of the best frozen pretzels, as well as some scrumptious pretzel recipes you can whip up for yourself and the family. This is a holiday you are not going to want to miss out on!

Grilled Cheese Margherita

14 Recipes for Grilled Cheese Month!

It’s April and that means it’s National Grilled Cheese Month. This may be one of our favorite food holidays because, well cheese! Grilled cheese is one of the best and easiest comfort foods to make, and can be customized with a variety of cheeses, breads and other yummy ingredients. We also love that it pairs great with soups–especially tomato! Our mouths are drooling just thinking about it…

Over-the-Top Chicken Caesar Melt

Happy March Frozen Food Month!

Did you know March is National Frozen Food Month? There’s no better time than now to check out what’s new and tasty in the freezer aisles – as many local grocery stores will be featuring special prices and promotions all month long. Supermarkets and frozen food brands nationwide are pairing up to offer awesome deals on many of the over 3,700 products you can find in the frozen food section.

National Tortilla Chip Day calls for cheesy, gooey, nacho-y deliciousness!

Delicious Dip Pairings for National Tortilla Chip Day

Today is National Tortilla Chip Day!tortilla-flats It’s not just a chip, it’s a universally-loved snack that can be paired with dips, salsas, quesos, guacamole and more! Did you know tortilla chips can be made with white, yellow, blue or red corn? The crunchy snack was first mass-produced in Los Angeles in the 1940s. However, the origin and background of tortilla chips is debatable.

Death by Chocolate Dessert

Fall in Love with Chocolate Lovers Month!

Happy Chocolate Lovers Month! With Valentine’s Day occurring in the month of February, it’s no surprise the entire month is devoted to chocolate lovers. In fact, about $400 million worth of chocolate is purchased around the world on Valentine’s Day[1]. But honestly, what’s not to love about chocolate? The average American eats about a half a pound of chocolate per month[2]. That’s a lot of chocolate! With so much popularity, we can’t be the only ones who are curious about the origins of this glorious treat!

Huevos Rancheros Toast

Rise and Shine for Hot Breakfast Month

There’s so much to love about the month of February, especially since it’s Hot Breakfast Month! Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, enjoying a hot breakfast in particular in the morning is invaluable.

Bacon Potato Boats

Potato Lovers Day is Here!

You may not have had it marked on your calendar (yet), but today marks National Potato Lovers Day! Potatoes are one of the most versatile foods out there. With so many varieties, styles and cooking methods, there’s a potato dish or recipe for everyone. Did you know that potatoes were the first-ever food to be grown in outer space[1]?

Frozen Peanut Butter Pie

Praise to National Peanut Butter Day

Happy National Peanut Butter Day! While today we know and love it as peanut butter, it is actually a paste. The first reference of this peanut paste was in 1890 when a St. Louis physician developed the idea of packaging peanut paste for people with bad teeth. Back then, the paste was sold at six cents per pound[1]. If only it was that affordable today!

Overnight Banana Streusel French Toast

Praise to French Toast Day!

Happy National French Toast Day! There’s so much to adore about this dish made of bread soaked in milk, then in beaten eggs and then fried or baked. While French is in the name, French toast isn’t actually French! The earliest known reference to French toast is in the Apicius, a collection of recipes from the early 5th century AD. French toast existed as early as the age of the Roman Empire[1].