As we move into the middle of September, let's see what recipes are leading the way with clicks! We definitely see some autumn trends with apples, soup, and comfort foods ruling the roost.
🥣 Trending Amish Soups
Amish Hamburger Soup: This is a great soup to eat on an autumn day. Read more here: The arrival of autumn brings with it an assortment of soups and stews in Amish country. The aromas and flavors of fall find their way into all sorts of bubbling one-pot meals. There are thousands of Amish cooks and thousands of variations on soups. And there are soups that bubble outside in iron kettles over open fires. There are soups steaming on wood stoves. Soups bubbling away on kerosene and coal. This Amish Hamburger Soup actually came to me from a Mennonite cook, but she got it from an Amish friend! Click here for the recipe.
Amish Stuffed Green Pepper Soup: This is a delicious autumn soup also, filled with hamburger and pepper flavor. Click here.
🍲 Trending Amish Meals
Amish Cheddar Chicken Casserole: This is a delicious, hearty comfort casserole. Read more about it here: Fried chicken is a dish you to see a ton of variations, but casseroles like this Amish Cheddar Chicken Casserole, those are harder to go wrong with. These pile-in-one-pot casseroles where chicken is sort of the protein foundation, and the rest just packs in all the flavor are so popular.
Amish Biscuit Meatloaf: A very hearty twist on a traditional favorite. This is the recipe.
🎂 Trending Amish Desserts
Amish Apple Pudding Cake: A season favorite that delivers the crisp, flavorful taste of apples. Click here.
Old-Fashioned Amish Apple Cookies: These are delicious! Read more about them here: While apples are enjoyed year-round in Amish homes, autumn is true "apple season" in Amish country, specifically, late August through October. Apples can be enjoyed in so many different ways, transformed into sauces, jams, spreads, spreads, cut into salads, and packed into pies, cobblers, and tarts. Oh, and we can't forget about cider. I've been to some small Amish apple orchards where the owners have small cider presses where they blend multiple apple juices into a delicious cider. Yes, apples are revered in Amish country! Click here for the cookie recipe.