3 Ways to Celebrate National Chocolate Day

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National Chocolate Day is on October 28th, and it is definitely a day worth celebrating. The best way to celebrate this holiday is by enjoying copious amounts of chocolate! Here are some ways you can partake in the jubilation at your apartment in Flagstaff, AZ.

Bake Up Something Super-Chocolatey

This is the best way to enjoy the holiday, though it does take more work than buying something that's already made. By making it yourself, you get the enjoyment and satisfaction of creating something that's sure to be delicious. You'll also know exactly what went into it, so you can eat it knowing that you're not ingesting a bunch of preservatives.

Of course, when you're celebrating a holiday dedicated to the most wonderful dessert ingredient known to humanity, it's only fitting to bake something that uses a lot of it. Try Hershey's Perfectly Chocolate Cake and its accompanying frosting for double-chocolate delight.

Have a Chocolate-Themed Pot Luck

If you like to hold parties and other get-togethers, this is the perfect expansion on the idea above. Invite several people and have them all bring a homemade chocolate dish. You and your guests will get to try a variety of creations and experience the versatility of the cocoa bean. To complete the event, serve chocolate drinks.

Go to a Restaurant for a Chocolate Dessert

Those who don't want to bake their own celebratory dishes aren't out of luck. The best way to get something chocolate without doing any work is to order it at a good restaurant. Try a well-established steakhouse or other establishment known for hearty fare. Their desserts will be keyed to match their food, so you'll get a nice, strong chocolate flavor.

To take a tour of our apartments and imagine your in-home National Chocolate Day celebration, just stop by our office. We'll be happy to show you around.

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