Time for ever-popular trending recipes! Which recipes are leading the way by Google searches to Amish365? Let's take a look!
🥣 Trending Soups
Classic Ham and Cheese Soup: Here's a bit about this perfect chilly day soup:
Here is what Gloria had to say about the soup:
A family favorite during the winter months is a Comforting Ham And Cheese Soup. As a young girl I made countless times for our large family. No two batches turned out the same. Your imagination will be the limit.
Classic Ham and cheese soup is also great right about now because so many of you will have leftover ham from your Easter meals. Just diced it up, pair with some potatoes, carrots, cheese, and spices and you have this "balanced meal in a bowl" as my Dad called it.
Click here for the recipe.
🍲 Trending Meals
Baked Ham Salad: This is more like a casserole than a salad. Here's a bit more: The recipe originally appeared in Elizabeth Coblentz's Amish Cook column and was christened "Baked Ham Salad":, but it's pretty much a baked ham casserole. It's a hot meal that would taste good as a main entrée and not so much (in my opinion) like a ham salad sandwich.
Rachel's Baked Ziti: The ultimate autumn comfort dish. Click here.
Amish Maple Chicken and Rice: Here is a bit more about this recipe: My mother recently made this. They had some leftover white rice and precooked chicken, so it was easy to assemble. Only took about 20 minutes because they had the rice ready and the chicken precooked. My parent soaked the chicken in maple for about 30 minutes and my Mom said it had great maple flavor. If you have time (I sprung this recipe on them at the last minute), you can let it soak overnight and that'll give it an awesome mapley flavor.
🎂 Trending Desserts
Amish Thimble Cookies: an old-time classic. Here's a bit more about them: if you want to have a cookie that isn't too sweet, this is a good choice. They're called thimble cookies because Amish women will use a thimble to make the tiny holes in the center for filling with jam, but if you don't have a thimble, the back of a small spoon or your thumb works. Click here for the recipe.
Deep Dish Apple Pie: A classic and it'd be a nice complement to pumpkin pie on your Thanksgiving table!
Amish Butterscotch Pudding: Perfect for the upcoming holidays! Click here.
Favorite Amish Photos
The Amish way of using the drive-thru at a bank This was taken in Berne, Indiana about 10 years ago. I mean, they have to cash their paychecks also!