National Chocolate Mint Day 2017

Reason to celebrate: February 19, 2017 is National Chocolate Mint Day.

Chocolate Mint Day

There’s something concerning the mixture of smooth, wealthy, luxurious chocolate and awesome, refreshing, sharp mint. Celebrate this incredible combination on Chocolate Mint Day by involving inside your favourite minty, chocolate treat!

Restaurant Marketing Ideas for February
Restaurant Marketing Ideas for February

There's a lot to love about marketing your restaurant in February. Valentine's Day and Super Bowl Sunday are always two important days for restaurants, but February is also Cherry Month, Heart Month and Hot Breakfast Month. And it doesn't end there.

The Great Indoors: Chocolate Mint Brownie Pudding Pots a new use for Thin Mint ...
The Great Indoors: Chocolate Mint Brownie Pudding Pots a new use for Thin Mint ...

Did you know today is National Chocolate Mint Day? Yep, that's a real thing.) They're called Chocolate Mint Brownie Pudding Pots. I got the idea from Handletheheat.com. But I altered the recipe slightly to include brownies and chocolate chips, because, ...

Greater Peoria Area Coffee Club members gather weekly for java and networking
Greater Peoria Area Coffee Club members gather weekly for java and networking

Bill More reminded everyone that it was chocolate mint day and his personal chef services were available for special occasions. The guest speaker for this meeting was Janet Glavine of the Make a Wish Foundation, who outlined the charity's mission ...

5 Awesome Chocolate Mint Desserts
5 Awesome Chocolate Mint Desserts

February 19th is National Chocolate Mint Day. Enjoy some of our favorite chocolate-mint desserts! Woo your love with truffles · Food · Woo your love with truffles. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS; Feb 9, 2011; 0. Anyone can buy chocolates for Valentine's Day.

National Confectioners Association Releases 2014 Valentine's Day Trends
National Confectioners Association Releases 2014 Valentine's Day Trends

WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Valentine's Day gift-givers, take note: Americans overwhelmingly prefer chocolate instead of flowers (69 vs. 31 percent) on Valentine's Day, according to a nationwide survey by the National Confectioners Association ...