Hello everyone and thanks for stopping by! Feel free to follow along for weekly meal ideas, drinks, desserts etc. If you would like to know more about me and my background with food, check out my about page.
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- Cheesy Mini Bacon Quiche (Freezer Friendly)
- Easy Amish Cabbage and Sausage Casserole (crockpot or baked)
- Crockpot Steakhouse Style Sweet Potatoes
- Easy Mozzarella Stuffed Meatballs (crockpot or baked)
- The Best Amish Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
- Amish Cinnamon Apple Pumpkin Bread
As a stay at home Mom to a busy Toddler and a nine month old baby boy, I realize how difficult it can be to keep up with every thing. So when you go to find a recipe and find it’s so complicated to get to, you may be like me and decide to whip out that canned soup again.
My goal for this Blog is to have recipes that are easy to access, to help make your meal planning decisions easier.
I will also be doing my own photography so the recipes you see will have been tried and approved here by my family.
I am looking forward to sharing a lot of recipes from the Amish and Mennonites that have been passed down for generations. However I do find a lot of the recipes to be very “unspecific” such as “add a bucket of peanut butter.” Or the only directions to be “Mix all together”. I realize that it takes a lot of imagination to fill in those blanks and trust me I’ve been there, squishing cream cheese between my fingers wishing for more details in the recipe. (perhaps a story for another time;))
So here is Goal number 2: To take those recipes and prepare them in my kitchen and do my best to give you more detailed measurements and instructions.
After doing some traveling and growing up in a culture that is rich with good homemaking tips and food, My third goal is more simple: To bring you variety. Whether that is through recipes that have been passed down from my ancestors and friends, or things I’ve tried overseas and want to recreate, or the things I develop here in my own kitchen.
My last goal is to be open to any questions you might have about the Amish and Mennonites, my recipes, or about my own faith.
I would love to hear your feedback, positive or negative as that will help us to learn and grow!