Did you know that Europe was first introduced to chocolate in 1550, on July 7? And the day has now become known as the International Chocolate Day or World Chocolate Day! The history of chocolate is fascinating. Known as the ‘food of gods’, its evolution can be traced back to as early as 1900 BC. Served as a bitter beverage once upon a time, a chocolate bar is the go-to indulgence today.
Shared below are simple recipes to celebrate World Chocolate Day with your family and friends.
Let us know in the comments section below about how you spent World Chocolate Day.
Please note: Parental guidance and discretion for making and serving these foods is advised.
Mariam Taqui Ali (pro tip: the middle name is pronounced tuh-key) A Word slayer, pluviophile, baker, traveller; among other things, knows the correct usage of punctuation and the difference between your and you're. She spent some time (read a lot of time) writing, editing and keeping track of word counts. Her trysts with writing and editing has led her to interact with experts from diverse industries like healthcare, wellness, HR, business and technology. Having experienced all that, she continues her professional explorations, to learn, to grow and to be a value add. Drop in a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you liked her stories, have something nice to say, or if you have compelling ideas to share!
Arya C is a 4th grader who talks about her transition from the US to India and how BYJU`S has helped her at that. She also loves how BYJU`S has made learning a lot more fun.
Meet Sourabh who has a ton to say about his BYJU`S learning experience. His love for quizzes, games and other fun activities are paying off!
V Shriya is a class eight student who has been using BYJU’S for a year now. She shares her experiences with using the app and how it has helped her in improving her academic performance.