National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day is a holiday that celebrates a very particular type of oatmeal cookies: lace oatmeal cookies. For anyone who may not know what these cookies are, they’re basically just very thin oatmeal cookies that have a delicate and almost see-through appearance.
Oatmeal cookies have been enjoyed by Americans since the late 19th century, but lace oatmeal cookies have only come onto the scene in the past few decades. Once a person tries one of these cookies, however, we’re quite sure that they’re not going to want to go back to the thick, chunky oatmeal cookies of the past.
Fun Facts About Oatmeal & Oatmeal Cookies
We wanted to include some fun facts about lacy oatmeal cookies in this holiday article, but we just couldn’t find any lacy oatmeal cookie-specific facts. So we had to include some fun facts about oatmeal and oatmeal cookies instead. Let’s take a look at them, shall we oatmeal cookie lovers?
- Oats are one of the first cereal grains cultivated by humans. It’s been cultivated for over 7,000+ years.
- Approximately 75% of U.S households have oatmeal in their cupboards.
- Oatmeal cookies are the number one non-breakfast cereal use for oatmeal.
- The Oatmeal Raisin Cookie was first invented in 1896.
- The Scottish oatcakes made during the Middle Ages are typically seen as the forefather of modern oatmeal cookies.
Observing National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day
National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day can only be observed by making some of these cookies. Yes, that’s our final ruling. Do not attempt to celebrate this holiday with ordinary oatmeal cookies or oatmeal raisin cookies. Just don’t do it.
Take the time to actually mace some lacy oatmeal cookies in your own kitchen. Once you’ve done that, don’t forget to share pictures of your creation with us using the hashtag #NationalLacyOatmealCookieDay. And we don’t want to see any thick oatmeal cookies.
When is National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day?
|This year (2022)||March 18 (Friday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||March 18 (Saturday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||March 18 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|