Monday, November 11, 2013

Pepero Day

11/11 is a Korean "holiday" called Pepero (빼빼로) Day! This is because the numbers look like Pepero sticks (kind of). The day is similar to Valentines Day. People give Pepero to their friends and loved ones. Here's pictures of the ones I made with my friend, Nate!

We used Italian breadsticks/crackers and coated them in melted chocolate. We put a variety of toppings for lots of yummy flavors! Try them for yourself!

 Semisweet chocolate: (from left to right) orange peel/lemon peel, toasted coconut, sprinkle, "hot" chocolate, toasted almond

 White chocolate: Coconut, toasted almond, green tea (matcha), orange peel/lemon peel

Thanks for reading! Have a wonderful Pepero Day!

1 comment:

  1. Many of us are familiar with the word "Peppermint" and its taste. Did you know that there is a best writing services holiday called Pepero Day? Pepero day is November 11th, which is also known as Double Eleven in China. It's celebrated on November 11th every year because it has the same date as when Korea was liberated from Japan following World War II.