National Carrot Cake Day
The first wild carrots were red, white, yellow and purple. It took 16th-century Dutch farmers crossing a red with a yellow to create the carrots we enjoy today.
|31||February 1Baked Alaska Day||February 2Groundhog Day||February 3Carrot Cake Day||February 4Homemade Soup Day||February 5Chocolate Fondue Day||February 6Frozen Yogurt Day|
|February 7Fettuccine Alfredo Day||February 8Molasses Bar Day||February 9Bagels & Lox Day||February 10Cream Cheese Brownie Day||February 11Peppermint Pattie Day||February 12Plum Pudding Day||February 13Tortellini Day|
|February 14Quirkyalone Day||February 15Gumdrop Day||February 16Almond Day||February 17Cafe au Lait Day||February 18Crab-Stuffed Flounder Day||February 19Chocolate Mint Day||February 20Cherry Pie Day|
|February 21Sticky Bun Day||February 22Margarita Day||February 23Banana Bread Day||February 24Tortilla Chip Day||February 25Chocolate-Covered Peanuts Day||February 26Pistachio Day||February 27Kahlua Day|
|February 28Chocolate Souffle Day||February 29Surf & Turf Day||1||2||3||4||5|
More Reasons to Celebrate
Get Recipes. Plan Meals. Score Deals.
Throw an elegant affair with these easy snacks.
Get classic favorites or treats with a twist treats for your fete.
Try these cute-as-a-button shower sweets and favors.
These appetizers will bring the crowd to your next shindig.
You can't beat these sips when you've got a whistle to wet.