National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

National Chinese Almond Cookie Day encourages everyone to try one of these tasty treats. What’s a Chinese almond cookie, you ask? These are delightful cookies made with almond flour, almonds, eggs, and sugar. These cookies are perfect for enjoying with a cup of hot tea or coffee or for passing out to friends as gifts.

They have a light, crunchy texture and an almond flavor that’s sure to delight just about everyone who eats one. So anyone and everyone who is a fan of these cookies will want to mark April 9th on their calendars so they can enjoy this fantastic dessert.

National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

Want to know a little bit more about Chinese almond cookies? If you do, then you’ve come to the right place. That’s because we’ve gathered a few random facts about this cookie that we think people will appreciate. Let’s check them out!

  • These cookies are actually plain almond cookies that are adorned with almond slivers.
  • Sometimes these cookies are served as “palate cleansers” between courses at Chinese restaurants.
  • These almond cookies were introduced to the U.S. by Chinese immigrants in the 19th century.
  • Almonds are supposed to be anti-inflammatory according to traditional Chinese medicine.

Observing National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

Anyone who does a quick search for these cookies will be able to find about a hundred recipes for them online, so it occurs to us that all you have to do is select the recipe that you like, and you’ll have no problem observing National Chinese Almond Cookie Day.

Whip up enough of these cookies for just you, or make a batch to share with friends, family members, and even neighbors if you wish. While you’re baking and sharing these cookies, don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalChineseAlmondCookieDay on your social media accounts.

When is it?
This year (2024)
April 9 Tuesday
Next year (2025)
April 9 Wednesday
Last year (2023)
April 9 Sunday
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