We are in the heart of winter now and the holidays are past, so attention turns to comfort food classics. Classics are reflected in this week's trending recipes. Let's see which ones are leading the way this week!
🍳 Trending Amish Breakfast
Cheesy Brunch Enchiladas: This is a delicious Tex-Mex breakfast full of cheesy and meaty flavor. Click here for the recipe.
🍞 Trending Amish Bread
Honey Oat Bread: this is a delicious bread, here is a little bit more about the recipe: Honey and maple syrup both serve as very viable "back-up" supplies of sugar for Amish cooks and bakers when they find themselves running low on it or they just prefer to use these sweeteners in place of sugar. Honey, to most taste buds, is sweeter than sugar and since it is more liquidy, can cut back on other liquids in the recipe. Click here for the recipe.
Trending Amish Vegetables
Brown Sugar Green Beans: A wonderful way to enjoy green bean veggies in the New Year. Click here for the recipe.
🍲 Trending Amish Meals
Amish Round Steak: This is a super simple meat to prepare. Here is a little bit more about it: My grandmother would cook it and it as a stand-alone meal, but what she really liked to do was have cooked round steak mixed with her spaghetti sauce and meatballs. In fact, that was one the "secrets" to good spaghetti and meatballs, adding some round-steak to the sauce. But sometimes meals like this Amish Oven-Baked Top Round Steak were favorites also. Click here for round steak.
Oven-Baked Chicken: This is a classic Amish oven-baked chicken. Click here for the recipe.
🍮 Trending Amish Desserts
Amish Brownie Dessert: This one is so good! Click here.
Old-Fashioned Amish Bread Pie: If you are just looking for an EASY and inexpensive dessert, you can't beat this. Here is a bit more about it: Old-fashioned Amish bread pie is a classic “Great Depression" pie. Most Amish families were hit hard by the Great Depression and recipes that were inventive and creative but still satisfied the sweet tooth were in high demand. This is actually one of the first recipes I was given when made one of my first trips into Amish Country 30 years ago. Geez, that makes me sound old! Click here for the recipe.