Amish fry pies are irresistible little hand-held pies that can be made with any kind of pie filling. They can be either fried or baked and are drizzled with a sweet glaze. They taste amazing and are so much fun to eat.
Peach delight is an amazing summery layered dessert featuring fresh peaches. It’s made with a graham cracker crust, a cream cheese and whipped cream layer, and topped with fresh peaches in a thickened jello sauce. Another one of our favorite family recipes.
A Dutch apple dumpling is a baked apple with cinnamon that is enclosed in a flaky crust and drizzled with homemade caramel sauce. Serve warm with ice cream. It’s an amazing dessert!
Pennsylvania Dutch corn fritters are similar to pancakes, but they are stuffed with delicious sweet corn and fried to a crispy golden brown. Corn fritters can be served for breakfast or as a side dish with any meal.
Amish pearl tapioca pudding is easy to make. It is a creamy, sweet, and comforting pudding with squishy pearls that are fun to eat. Another family favorite recipe!
Lancaster County is the oldest and one of the largest Amish communities. Many tourists visit this area every year to learn more about these fascinating and peculiar people. The Amish in Lancaster are unique in their dress style and are all part of the Old Order group.
Amish pumpkin custard pie has a creamy and delicious pumpkin custard filling. It is a family favorite and the best pumpkin pie ever!!
Freezing fresh basil in oil is an excellent way to preserve the fresh taste of basil for use during the winter months. Toss a frozen cube or two into your pasta sauce for an extra burst of flavor.
Amish zucchini bread is a moist and delicious quick bread. It’s fast and easy to make, and a great way to use up your abundant supply of fresh garden zucchini.
Pennsylvania Dutch chicken croquettes are made with cooked chopped chicken that is mixed with a thick creamy sauce and rolled into balls. Then they are dipped into egg and bread crumbs and deep-fat-fried. They are so delicious served with mashed potatoes and gravy!