August 2 = National Ice Cream Sandwich Day -- make it with real ice cream, low fat if you like, but real ice cream please and use real chocolate in it and the cookies
August 4 = National Chocolate Chip Day OR National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day -- Another fun food holiday confusion which is not surprising given that most of this are just that, fun, and either promoted by companies or organizations and not official in any way; I was sent cookies to review but we are still focused on frozen treats so they'll be featured later
August 5 = National Waffle Day
August 6, 1826 = Birthday of Joseph Storrs Fry II who took over his grandfather’s thriving chocolate business in England. (mostly because I couldn’t find an accurate birthday for the chocolate genius that was Joseph Storrs Fry)
August 10 = National S’mores Day; also the birthday of Henri Nestlé, German Confection and founder of the Nestlé corporation along with Daniel Peter who created the Milk Chocolate bar using Nestlé expertise with condensed milk
August 12 = John Cadbury Birthday (1801-1889)
August 18 = National Soft Serve Ice Cream Day -- not all soft serve though is really ice cream, check the ingredients before you buy
August 20 = National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day
August 24 = National Waffle Day (anniversary of the first US patent for the waffle iron)
August 25 = National Banana Split Day -- you have to have some hot fudge on this, don't you?
August 27 = National Pots de Crème Day -- I have to figure out how to make these!
August 30 = National Toasted Marshmallow Day -- plain marshmallow is so much better with chocolate!