Sand tarts are old-fashioned PA Dutch cut-out cookies that are fun to make with your kids, and a great addition to your Christmas cookie plates. They are thin and crispy cookies that have everyone coming back for more.
An easy-to-make, classic, not-too-sweet pecan pie that is perfect for your holiday meals or any occasion. Another favorite Amish pie!
These old-fashioned date and nut pinwheel cookies are a nostalgic choice for your Christmas cookie trays. Made with basic cookie dough and a magical swirl of date and nut filling, they are so soft and amazing!
Amish ribbon salad is a three-layered jello salad that is made with red and green jello and includes a middle layer of cream cheese and pineapples. It is traditionally served with the Christmas holiday dinner.
PA Dutch potato filling is a popular holiday side dish in Pennsylvania. It is mashed potatoes mixed with bread stuffing. This dish can be made a day or two in advance, then baked for your holiday meal.
There is nothing quite like a warm slice of fresh bread with butter melted into it. Drizzle it with honey, and it is simply divine. This is an easy Amish white bread recipe with simple ingredients and detailed instructions so that even a beginner can make an amazing loaf of bread. Mix it with a KitchenAid or by hand as the Amish do.
Chicken corn noodle soup is a great dish for cold and rainy days. It is hearty and comforting, and a recipe that is approved by all.
Ascension Day, Pentecost Monday, and Second Christmas are some unique Amish holidays. Do the Amish celebrate traditional American holidays? Or do they only celebrate religious holidays?
Amish Pumpkin Torte is a four-layered dessert that starts with a graham cracker crust, topped with a cream cheese layer, a layer of silky pumpkin goodness, and finally a layer of whipped cream on the top. This recipe takes me back to my childhood and is one of my favorite fall desserts!
Pumpkin whoopie pies are made with two pumpkin and spice cookies with spiced buttercream filling sandwiched between them. A perfect fall treat!
Do the Amish celebrate Christmas? Yes, they do celebrate Christmas, although they do not celebrate Christmas in the typical American fashion. What are some of the Amish Christmas traditions?
What is Poor Man’s Steak? Imagine a thick juicy hamburger patty that has been dipped in flour, fried in butter, and then smothered in mushroom gravy. That pretty much sums up poor man’s steak. It is quite delicious served with mashed potatoes or noodles.