Butterscotch pudding is sweet, creamy, and delicious. One spoonful of this, and your palate will wholeheartedly agree with why this dessert gets its own national day. If we could, we’d name a month after it. National Butterscotch Pudding Day is a celebration we’ve never missed on our calendars on September 19th. Are you not familiar with this pudding?
Butterscotch pudding is a thick butterscotch-flavoured dessert. It is made of thickened milk and sugar. Recipes typically include brown sugar, vanilla, and butter as the main ingredients, however, some other well-known (and delicious) recipes use corn syrup. We don’t judge: we love them all.
The dessert was invented somewhere around 1848 and has been an easy, low cost, and yummy dessert that everyone loves. Butterscotch can also be used for many other desserts: sundaes and pancakes are the most popular. Make your own butterscotch pudding or try one at your local restaurant. Share your experience on social media with #NationalButterscotchPuddingDay.
When Is National Butterscotch Pudding Day?
National Butterscotch Pudding Day is celebrated annually on September 19th.
History Of National Butterscotch Pudding Day
We are continuing to research the origins of this holiday.