National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day - 2021-11-15
What is National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day?
Do you know what's better than a chocolate chip cookie? Hermit cookies! Imagine the perfect mix between an oatmeal raisin, peanut buttery goodness with just enough spice to keep you coming back for more. The word hermit is something that most people think of when you mention the Old World. The Latin name for this type of person, Erēmīta which means “of/from the desert” comes from an ancient Greek term meaning "uninhabited." It's so easy to like Hermit Cookies, with their soft and chewy texture! They're spicy too. Plus they contain raisins, dates, and nuts - all good things in my book. The general consensus is that these tasty treats got their name from the fact that you can store them for such a long time.
When is National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day?
Hermit Cookie Day falls on November 15th but we think it should be celebrated every day because who doesn't love some extra sugar in their life?
History of National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day
A hermit with mace, cloves and raisins was a favorite offering of early 20th century cooks. Fannie Farmer included it in her cookbooks but the cookie became an essential staple for recipes published by community groups as well!
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