We all seem to love cotton candy it is one of those great fair treat that we all seem to love no matter what age and seeing as today is National Cotton Candy Day,Ferry Floss Day(Great Britain) I just had to try and find you some recipes
So here for you are 12 that I think you will love .. so why not check them out and start baking today
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Cotton candy is one of those treats that I will never be able to resist, no matter how messy it may be, and no matter how old I get. But unfortunately, unless you are conveniently at a state fair, on the boardwalk, or at a carnival, this snack may be hard to come by — so luckily you can make one of these cotton candy recipes instead. These are the desserts for the ultimate sweet tooth.
Cotton Candy Whoopie Pies …A sweet filling makes Inside BruCrew Life‘s whoopie pies a super sweet snack
Cotton Candy Frozen Yogurt..Cotton candy froyo sounds amazing on its own, and with House of Yumm‘s homemade recipe, it gets even better.
Coney Island Cheesecake..Yes, that is cotton candy whipped cream on top of the most decadent cheese cake ever, because How Sweet It Is is a cheesecake mastermind.
Cotton Candy Spritz Cookies..Bake.Love.Give‘s cotton-candy inspired bear cookies are almost too cute to eat.
Other cotton candy recipes also are No-Machine Cotton Candy,Cotton Candy Affogato, Preggy Punch Mocktail,Cotton Candy Meringue,Cotton Candy Muddy Buddies,Peek-A-Boo Martinis and Cotton Candy Cupcakes
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NATIONAL COTTON CANDY DAY
Dating all the way back to the 1400’s when it was first called spun sugar, cotton candy has been a favorite treat of young and old alike at carnivals, fairs and the circus. Now December 7th celebrates this sugary delight as it is National Cotton Candy Day. Each year on December 7th, cotton candy lovers look forward to celebrating the day as they pull puffs of cotton candy from a stick or out of a bag and reminisce of their childhood days.
Dentist William Morrison and confectioner John C. Wharton are credited for the invention of machine-spun cotton candy in 1897.
Cotton candy is also called candy floss or fairy floss.
During the 18th century when cotton candy (spun sugar) was first recorded in Europe, it was very expensive and labor-intensive and generally and was not available to the average person. It was after the invention of machine-spun cotton candy that it was introduced to a wide audience at the 1904 World’s Fair as “Fairy Floss”. People loved it and bought over 68,000 boxes for 25 cents a box.
Cotton candy is still popular to this day! Happy National Cotton Candy Day!