This slow cooker chicken with a sweet and sour sauce, sauteed peppers and fresh pineapple chunks is an easy, yet delicious meal you can serve with rice.
Old Fashioned Amish Chicken Pot Pie (with pie crust)
Old fashioned Amish chicken pot pie is a savory treat that can be prepped ahead and frozen for busy days!
The Best Slow Cooker Meatloaf (with oven instructions included)
This slow cooker meatloaf is moist and flavorful and topped with a simple homemade barbeque sauce.
Brown Butter Chicken with Creamy Cajun Sauce (slow cooker or stovetop)
This easy and creamy chicken is lightly fried in browned butter, then slow cooked or done on the stove top with a creamy Cajun flavored sauce.
Slow Cooker Pork Chops and Sauerkraut (only 3 ingredients + seasoning)
These easy, braised pork chops are perfectly soft and flavorful! Braising the pork chops by frying them lightly in butter and then slow cooking them with Sauerkraut, brings out the best flavor and soft, melt-in-your mouth texture!!
Crockpot Chicken Taco Soup (with corn and beans)
Easy slow cooker chicken taco soup is packed with flavor and makes a hearty dump and go soup for a cold evening!
Cheesy Bacon Scalloped Potatoes (slow cooker)
These cheesy scalloped potatoes are loaded with cheddar or blended cheeses and topped with crispy bacon bits. Not to mention that creamy, soup-less sauce with a nice herb and parmesan flavor, all done to soft perfection in the crockpot!
The Best Homemade Stromboli (from scratch)
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!
Slow Cooker Stuffed Chicken (with Amish Stuffing)
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!
Amish Style Mashed Potatoes (Slow Cooker)
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.