Welcome to May and we are seeing a good mix of recipes for this week's trending entry.
Rebecca Stoll's Pot Roast Meatloaf: Here is a bit more about it....
This is a recipe that comes to us from the Daviess County, Indiana Amish community. Stoll is a common last name there. You also see the Stoll surname quite a bit in the Amish community of Aylmer, Ontario.
This is an ultimate comfort food meal. Karen P. tested the dish for us and here is what she had to say about it:And the verdict is: delicious! This is a very easy, one-pan meal that filled the house with the most tantalizing aroma! I used a 13x9x2 pan, but a rimmed baking sheet would work as well. If you like onion in your meat loaf, you can always add 1/2 cup chopped onion to the meat mixture before baking. This recipe is an instant favorite; I recommend it highly.
Easy Beef and Noodle Casserole: This is a classic easy Amish casserole, check it out here. This is just a continuation of how comfort foods have really performed well during the pandemic and this is classic comfort food.
Best Mac & Cheese Ever: A simple classic. Check out the recipe here.
Dandelion Gravy: A springtime staple in Amish settlements, great over salads, potatoes, a sure sign of warm weather! Click here.
Trending Breads and Cookies
Amish Springtime Strawberry Bread: Strawberries are a staple on Amish farmsteads, especially when they’re in season. If it’s an Amish and Mennonite settlement in Georgia that’s going to be earlier in the year than, say, Ohio or Maine. But whenever your strawberry season is, or even if you just get them at the supermarket any time of year, strawberries are such a versatile fruit… Amish homemakers blend strawberries into puddings, jams, cakes, and breads. This Amish strawberry bread is amazing. Click here for the recipe.
Amish Cinnamon Raisin Rolls: Super delicious roll! Click here.
Amish Classic Peanut Butter Cookies: Man, these are so good. Spread some nutella on them and they are even better! Click here.
Amish Garden Centers: Not surprising to see this trending during the spring, makes me think I should refresh this post with more updated information. I think I will soon and when I do, I will repost it. Not often to see see a non-recipe post in the trending, click here to see this post and see one of the smallest Amish garden stores I have ever seen!