Every week I drop the most unique and diverse Amish made products featured on Amazon & Etsy. There are many authentic or super products out there that are either Amish-made or Amish-themed and I will hand-pick the best and share them here and you can get them through our affiliate links below (do all your other Amazon shopping while you are there also!)
I do my best to either personally try each item I feature here or carefully vet it. I can't always guarantee an item will be in stock, but I think you'll find this a fascinating collection of Amish-themed goods.
Week of April 24 - Bird-in-Hand Bakeshop/Amish Buggy Fudge
First of all, Bird-Hand-Bakeshop...I have actually been to this place before and love their products. The reality is that many of you will never make it to Lancaster County's Amish country, by getting items from Bird-in-Hand Bakeshop you can bring it to you.
Amish Shoofly Pie: A pack of two of these delicious shoo-fly pies, it's expensive to order, but the pie is rich. And worth every penny! Order here!
Check out this pack of amazing Amish whoopie pies, also from Bird-in-Hand Bake Shop.
Creamy Amish Fudge from Amish Buggy, I have had this product and they are produced in the Amish community of Arthur, Illinois. Good stuff!
Week of May 26, Byler's Relish House
I absolutely love anything from Byler's Relish House, an authentic Amish-owned certified cannery. This sweet relish is perfect on sandwiches. One reviewer says: amazing on burgers, as a chip dip and straight from the jar! brings back memories of my childhood and homemade piccadilly relish. can't get enough!
Order Piccalilli for a slightly different relish. Readers recommend this as a perfect hot dog topper, not quite as sweet as sweet pepper relish. Other suggestions are to mix this into a meatloaf before baking, makes it moist and flavorful!
June 2, 2023 - Amish Church Peanut Butter Spread; Amish-made Wooden Vegetable Bin
This Amish church spread stuff is so, so good. We go through a lot of this at our house. Pro-tip: squeeze bottles of this - like these - are great, but at some point when it gets low, it gets tough to squeeze out, so just unscrew the top lid and use a butter knife to get it out. You won't want to let any go to waste. So good on bread, crackers, etc.
I love this vegetable and bread bin which seems to capture Amish craftsmanship and creativity perfectly. Here's some more about it: AMISH-MADE FURNITURE: Handcrafted in Lancaster, PA, by expert Amish woodworkers, each beautiful bread bin is made of pine wood to resist decay and rot. It also includes wire mesh in the doors. This potato and onion storage container can also be used as a bread box for the kitchen countertop.
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