The best and easiest holiday cheese ball, loaded with seafood and cheese for all your seafood fans!
This easy Stromboli recipe came from my Amish grandmother’s recipe collection and I was so thrilled with the turnout of the dough texture and flavor!
This slow cooker whole chicken is stuffed with a flavorful Amish bread stuffing and has butter rubbed under the skin for extra moisture, creating a juicy and flavorful main dish option for the holidays or a special dinner!
My Mom’s Amish Chocolate Whoopie Pies (or gobs if you wish) are hands down the best! Soft cake-like cookies encase a melt-in-your mouth homemade frosting, making a goodie you will want more and more of!
This is so far my favorite Whoopie Pie Frosting. It is light and airy, without being overly sweet and doesn’t have an overwhelming taste of shortening.
These creamy Amish Mashed Potatoes are easy to make and have been a huge part of our lives while growing up Amish and then Mennonite.
These sand tarts are crisp, buttery and an annual family tradition of ours! Perfect for cookie platters and a fun project to enjoy with kids.
A good and juicy ham can make all the difference on your holiday table. Whether this orange and pineapple glazed ham is baked or done in my crockpot, it has always turned out so soft and juicy for me!
These creamy shells stuffed with salmon, ricotta, mozzarella and parmesan cheeses are a delicious entree, perfect for pasta and seafood lovers and would make an impressive date night option if you are on a budget!
This recipe for corn meal mush with crispy edges and a soft center, was a breakfast favorite of ours while growing up in the old order Amish. With only three ingredients, this breakfast dish is super cheap and easy!