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Happy Jan. 13! "Make Your Dreams Come True" Day & "Rubber Duckie Day"

Updated: Jan 18, 2020

Cricket (Bugs!) Cookies and a Rubber Duckie cake pop for "Make Your Dreams Come True" Day & "Rubber Duckie Day". Want to know what cookies made of cricket flour taste like or how to make a cute cake pop? Want to know why I decided to make cricket cookies for "Make Your Dreams Come True" Day? Check out the individual posts for more details! :)



Cricket Cookies

Cookies made out of cricket flour! Yes, bugs! Check out the post to see what cooking with cricket flour is like & what they taste like. :)

What is "Make Your Dreams Come True" Day?

"This unofficial holiday with unknown origins encourages people to be proactive about achieving what they want in life.

Dreams That Inspire

Dreams are a part of life. We all dream when we sleep, but most of us don't remember them the next day. No matter how big or small, there are some dreams that inspire us and allow us to make our lives better."


The History of Make Your Dream Come True Day

"Make your dreams come true day did not have just one founder, or just one founding date, either. Make Your Dream Come True Day is a day that came into existence as a result of the hard work and persistence of all of the people in this world who have been able to make their dream reality..."


Rubber Duckie Cake Pop

This was a cute idea I saw in a compilation video on duck-themed desserts on Purna Dakua's YouTube channel It's a cute idea for any day, animal birthday parties or spring-themed parties or Easter. See how I made it on the individual post!

What is "Rubber Duckie Day"?

"While the beloved rubber duckie has been around for over a hundred years and its history is well documented, there is no information readily available about National Rubber Duckie Day.

The originator and date this special day was established remains unknown. We can logically assume it was established because the originator, like all of us, love rubber duckies.

January 13th has been noted as the birthday of the rubber duckie, with Ernie of Sesame Street associated with the birthday on the first show it appeared. Oddly, that date was February 25, 1970."


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