This Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake recipe is moist, buttery, and full of cinnamon flavor. It’s perfect as an afternoon snack, a breakfast pastry or an after dinner dessert!
What is authentic Amish food? A few words that I would use to describe Amish foods are: rich, sweet, comforting, hearty, homemade, and probably fattening. lol :). This post contains links to traditional Amish recipes.
Amish sausage gravy over biscuits is a delightful, comforting, and hearty breakfast. It’s also very easy and quick to make.
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Lemon Sponge Pie is an easy-to-make refreshing dessert. A luscious creamy lemon layer magically transitions up into a light sponge-like topping. Another family favorite pie recipe!
Easy-to-make, delicious, oven-baked chicken breast that is crispy on the outside and moist and tender on the inside. Great kid-friendly dinner entrée.
These Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Balls feature a crispy peanut butter filling inside of a chocolate coating. Incredibly easy to make with just five simple ingredients!
Amish date and nut pudding is a basic date and nut cake that gets mixed with Cool Whip. it’s an easy and quick dessert to make for your holiday dinner or any time of the year.
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.