365 days. 52 weeks. 12 months. 1 food-filled year. Food holidays in America have become a part of our culture. Our country's adornment for food and parties has lead us to celebrating foods of all sorts throughout the entire year. Whether it's free donuts on National Donut Day or treating yourself with a glass of chardonnay on National Wine Day, a true foodie will do what it takes to make the most of them all.

Listed below is just a sampling of all the food holidays you can indulge in. From Nutella to Rotisserie Chicken, we sure know how to eat year round.


cereal, corn, wheat, popcorn, millet, rice
Constance Connolly

January 4th: National Spaghetti Day

January 12th: National Gluten-Free Day

January 19th: National Popcorn

January 23rd: National Pie Day

January 31st: National Hot Chocolate


syrup, blueberry, sweet, pancake, pastry, berry, cake, chocolate
Alex Frank

February 1st: National Dark Chocolate Day

February 5th: World Nutella Day and National Frozen Yogurt Day

February 10th: National “Have a Brownie” Day

February 21st: National Pancake Day


coffee, candy, dairy product, milk, cream, sweet, chocolate, peanut butter, spoon, jar
Caroline Ingalls

March 1st: National Peanut Butter Lovers Day

March 6th: National Oreo Day

March 9th: National Meatball Day

March 13th: National Chicken Noodle Soup Day

March 22nd: National Water Day


candy, jelly beans, gelatin, sweetmeat, goody
Abby Mainwaring

April 2nd: National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

April 5th: National Caramel Day

April 7th: National Beer Day

April 22nd: National Jelly Bean Day

April 26th: National Pretzel Day


chocolate, coffee, candy, sweet, milk chocolate, milk
Christin Urso

May 4th: National Hoagie Day

May 5th: National Enchilada Day

May 11th: National “Eat What You Want” Day

May 15th: National Chocolate Chip Day

May 24th: Nation Escargot  Day


June 2nd: National Rotisserie Chicken Day

June 5th: National Ketchup Day

June 13th: National Cupcake Lovers Day

June 18th: International Picnic Day

June 22nd: National Onion Ring Day


kaffir lime fried chicken

Andrea_Nguyen on Flickr

July 4th: National BBQ Day

July 6th: National Fried Chicken Day

July 13th: National French Fries Day

July 20th: National Lollipop Day

July 30th: National Cheesecake Day


August 3rd: National Watermelon Day

August 4th: National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

August 10th: National S'mores Day

August 20th: National Bacon Lovers Day

August 27th: National Burger Day


pizza, cheese, sauce, tomato, crust, dough, mozzarella, pepperoni, pie, Margherita, Italy, italian, basil
Lauren Kruchten

September 5th: National Cheese Pizza Day

September 10th: National Hot Dog Day

September 25th: National Lobster Day

September 26th: National Key Lime Pie Day

September 29th: National Coffee Day


wine, alcohol, liquor, ice, red wine, juice, cocktail
Alex Frank

October 1st: National Pumpkin Pie Spice Day

October 4th: National Taco Day

October 14th: National Dessert Day

October 15th: National Red Wine Day

October 30th: National Candy Corn Day


guacamole, vegetable, herb, avocado
Jocelyn Hsu

November 2nd: National Sandwich Day

November 6th: National Nachos Day

November 11th: National Sundae Day

November 14th: National Guacamole Day

November 28th: National French Toast Day


icing, sandwich, chocolate, birthday cake, cookie, Cookies, hand, cookie sandwich
Josi Miller

December 4th: National Cookie Day

December 7th: National Cotton Candy Day

December 17th: National Maple Syrup Day

December 26th: National Candy Cane Day

December 31st: National Champaign Day

#SpoonTip: For a full list of all the national food holidays of the year, click here.

There's no wrong way to celebrate any of these days. Grab some grub, share with friends, and enjoy a year of food holidays.