Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie Day
Every September 15th is observed as Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie Day. This holiday celebrates a pie that was made famous by the popular 2015 video game “Undertale,” but is actually a dessert that can be traced back much further than that to the 19th century.
Regardless of whether the game has brought people to this pie or whether family tradition has, the one thing that’s for certain is that this is going to be a delicious treat to enjoy on this holiday.
A quick search of the internet will reveal several different butterscotch cinnamon pie recipes, and some people may even have a recipe in their family’s cookbooks. All of these recipes are just waiting to be transformed into something wonderful on this holiday.
The History of Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie Day
Butterscotch cinnamon pie is believed to have been created in Scotland during the 19th century. The original recipe for this pie involved boiling butter and brown sugar together until they created a caramel-like substance.
Cinnamon, an ingredient that has been used for hundreds of years, was then added to the mixture. We can’t say that butterscotch cinnamon pie was a very popular dessert. On the contrary, it was considered to be somewhat of an old-fashioned dessert near the end of the 20th century.
However, that concept would change when the pixelated version of this pie would end up in the 2015 game Undertale. Now it appears that this pie has started to become popular again. And why wouldn’t it be? After all, it’s a delightful and comforting combination of cinnamon and butterscotch with a flaky pie crust. Absolutely delicious.
Some Amazing Facts About Cinnamon
Since we’ve previously covered some interesting facts about butterscotch in other holiday articles such as National Butterscotch Brownie Day (May 9th) and National Butterscotch Pudding Day (September 19th), we thought that we’d cover some of the amazing facts we’ve learned about cinnamon. Let’s observe these facts below.
- Cinnamon is capable of helping a person control their blood sugar.
- Cinnamon contains magnesium and iron.
- Cinnamon was used during the Middle Ages as a spice and in traditional medicine.
- Cinnamon sticks are often called quills.
Observing Butterscotch Cinnamon Pie Day
We think the best way to observe this holiday is by taking the time to make your own butterscotch cinnamon pie. As we said earlier, there are tons of recipes available for them, and this pie is pretty simple to make.
It just requires a few basic ingredients and a little bit of time to make it. Everyone who has decided to make this pie should let everyone know about their creation by using the hashtag #ButterscotchCinnamonPieDay online.