Hey there, cheese lovers! Get ready to have your taste buds tickled because it's National Cheese Doodle Day!
It's national cheese doodle day on the 5th March.
They say you are what you eat, so if you're cheesy, crunchy, and delicious, then you must be a cheese doodle! These puffed-up, cheese-flavored snacks have become a beloved guilty pleasure for many people across the country. So, let's dive into the cheesy history of National Cheese Doodle Day!
This national day gained quite a buzz online, with a whopping 1019 mentions detected. The cheese doodle craze sure knows how to trend! The online excitement peaked on March 5, 2018. It seems like folks just couldn't resist sharing their love for these cheesy snacks.
Did you know that the beloved mascot of one famous cheese doodle brand is none other than a lovable dragon named Chester Cheetah? He's always on the hunt for delicious snacks and knows a thing or two about cheesiness!
In 1947, a man named Edward Wilson developed a new type of snack called the cheese puff. Wilson was working as a snack food salesman when he came up with the idea to fry cornmeal and cheese together to create a light and airy snack. These early cheese puffs were made by hand and were a hit with customers.
In 1965, a company called Wise Foods introduced a new version of the cheese puff. They decided to call their snack 'cheese doodles' to differentiate it from other cheese puffs on the market. The term 'doodle' was chosen because it was a playful and whimsical word that captured the fun and enjoyable nature of the snack.
In 1971, Wise Foods launched a major advertising campaign to promote their cheese doodles. The catchy jingle 'Cheese Doodles, cheese doodle doo!' became synonymous with the snack and helped propel it into the mainstream. The campaign also featured a mascot named Cheesey, a fun-loving character who further solidified the association between the term 'cheese doodle' and the snack.
By the 1980s, cheese doodles had become a popular snack enjoyed by people of all ages. The term 'cheese doodle' had entered popular culture and was referenced in various forms of media. It was mentioned in TV shows, movies, and even featured in comic strips. This widespread recognition further cemented the term in the minds of consumers.
As the demand for cheese doodles grew, snack food companies began experimenting with different flavors and varieties. Today, you can find cheese doodles in a wide range of flavors including spicy jalapeno, tangy barbecue, and even sweet caramel. This expansion of flavors has kept the term 'cheese doodle' relevant and popular among snack enthusiasts.
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