National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day Date in the current year: March 18, 2016

National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day March 18 is National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day. Thin and lacy cookies are perfect teatime companions!

National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day is often confused with National Oatmeal Cookie Day, that is on April 30. Anyway, it shouldn't keep you from baking oatmeal cookies for both occasions. And if you celebrate the day of lacy oatmeal cookies, you should know that these cookies are wafer-thin and typically accompany a scoop of sorbet or ice cream. Their crispy texture and lace-like appearance make them worth a separate holiday.

Oatmeal cookies evolved from oatcakes, that originated in England. Oatmeal cakes were popular among soldiers and provided them with a quick boost of energy during battles. Although oatmeal cookies and cakes consist of the same ingredients, the latter were sour. But we enjoy sweet cookies, that are perfect with tea.

Oatmeal cookies are considered as the healthiest ones. You can make them even better if you add some dried fruits or chopped nuts to substitute sugar. Try any new recipe of lacy oatmeal cookies you find to celebrate this holiday!

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