So, do the Amish celebrate Valentine's Day? We answered that question and discussed the whole topic here in case you missed it.
Amish men may not be buying dozens of roses or boxes of chocolates for their wives, but plenty of Amish kitchens are churning out sweet treats to show love and affection for spouses, significant others, friends and helpers in life, like the mail carrier or school teachers.
So if you are visiting Amish country in the lead-up to Valentine's Day, don't be surprised to see some kitchens full of love and lots of sweet treats!
Here are some favorite foods you find used to celebrate Valentine's Day and make favorite Amish Valentine's Day recipes:
Kids will make homemade cards to give to family and friends and in general Valentine's Day is observed as a school-centered occasion more than anything. That means cards and candy. Not a lot of candlelit dinners or lingerie being exchanged between Amish adults on Valentine's Day!
Here are some favorite Amish Valentine's Day recipes!
Favorite Amish Valentine's Day recipes
Swiss Roll Bars
Few things say "Happy Valentine's Day" more than a decadent chocolate dessert. And if you want that, here you go!
Classic Amish Chocolate-Marshmallow Fudge
A delicious, marshmallow-filled confection that is easy to make and nice to give away as a gift. Or eat some with your favorite person!
Valentine's White Chocolate Dream Pudding Pie
Not all chocolate has to be dark. White chocolate can lift a loving dessert to new levels and this white chocolate pudding pie delivers decadence to the highest degree!
The Amish Cook's Valentine Brownie
an ooey gooey dessert! Gloria featured this in a column a few years ago, time to enjoy it again!