National Homemade Cookies Day - October 1

National Homemade Cookies Day – October 1


If you are looking for an excuse to bake some homemade cookies, eat some homemade cookies, take homemade cookies to work or to the neighbors, look no further, today, October 1, is the annual celebration of National Homemade Cookies Day.
Can you smell them now?  It may be chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal raisin, monster cookies, sugar cookies or any one of the many homemade cookies baking in the oven that gives the home the wonderful aroma that makes your mouth water.

Many of us have wonderful memories of coming home to warm homemade cookies waiting for us with a glass of cold milk or going over to Grandma’s house to a plate of fresh homemade cookies on the kitchen counter.  Those are wonderful memories that bring smiles to our faces.


To celebrate National Homemade Cookies Day, try one of our “tried and true” cookie recipe:

Post on social media using #HomemadeCookiesDay to encourage others to do so as well.


Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Homemade Cookies Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.


2 Responses to “NATIONAL HOMEMADE COOKIES DAY – October 1”


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