This past September, the media questioned the validity of the premise behind the TLC hit show, Breaking Amish. Publications such as The Huffington Post had an article, “Is ‘Breaking Amish’ Fake? TLC Addresses Rumors That Reality Show Is Staged,” addressing rumors that the reality stars who supposedly broke from their Amish communities for the first time to travel to New York City for the show had actually been living outside of their communities for some time. If you’re a true blue fan and will watch the TLC show in the future, regardless of allegations, or whether you’ve “shunned” the show forever (pun intended), we’ve got some fun Amish recipes that can feed your latest Amish culture addiction and fascination. We know our readers love Amish recipes, so you’re in for a treat!
On RecipeLion.com, we have some great Amish recipes to try, if you’re intrigued by Amish recipe foods. For example, we have a collection, How To Make Amish Friendship Bread: Plus 10 Other Easy Amish Recipes. The collection includes our Amazing Amish Friendship Bread recipe, along with an Amish Friendship Bread Starter.
The collection also includes Amish cookie recipes and other Amish dessert recipes, as well as Amish recipes for dinner–such as our recipe for Homemade Amish Chicken Pot Pie.
Our friends in the Prime Publishing family also have some great Amish recipes ideas. For example, you’ll love this recipe for Slow Cooker Chili and Amish Cornbread from our friends at AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.com.
This slow cooker chili recipe is made with beef, bell peppers, tomatoes and a variety of spices. Serve it up with Amish cornbread for a great fall treat. It cooks all day in your slow cooker, so you don’t have to stand in your kitchen for long stirring a pot.
More Amish recipes come from our friends at AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com. They have a cheesy Amish breakfast casserole recipe for Amish Breakfast Casserole with Potoatoes and Sausage.
This cheesy Amish breakfast casserole recipe will fill you up with energy for the day because it’s loaded with protein, from cheese, bacon and sausage.
This tasty Amish casserole is made with ground beef, egg noodles, sour cream, pizza sauce, cottage cheese and more. It’s a one pot meal that is great you’re looking for some hearty comfort food to serve your family.
What’s your favorite Amish-style recipe? Share your favorites below with a comment!