Master the art of Amish baking

There’s something special about the soothing simplicity of plain baking. For the Amish, baking is an art form, a pleasure, and a way of life.

The passion the Amish bring to baking is at the heart of The Amish Cook’s Family Favorite Recipes. And now you can try all these recipes FREE for 21 days.

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Think you can’t make a perfect piecrust? The Pat-a-Pan Piecrust was created for you! This delicious, foolproof recipe uses just 5 common ingredients. It’s perfect if you’re in a hurry and don’t have time to roll out a crust.

Buttermilk Biscuits: Out of buttermilk? Try the simple substitution the Amish rely on. Page 49

Long before grocery stores started selling prepackaged, processed granola bars, the Amish were making their own wholesome Homemade Granola Bars. Page 62

You’ve never tasted Shoofly Pie like this! It’s more like coffeecake, with a gooey molasses bottom. Sample it yourself on page 342.

Delicious Peanut Butter Swirl Bars: These bars are pretty with their dark chocolate swirls throughout. The dessert is a sweet treat to add to any lunch-bucket meal! Page 268

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Don’t let the names fool you!

Sawdust Pie: A mouthwateringly moist dessert full of crunchy pecans and sweet coconut

Lard Cakes: Could be called “delicious doughnuts”

Pizza Cookies: Chock-full of colorful candy, marshmallows, and chocolate chips

Flip through the recipe boxes in any Amish kitchen and you’ll find an amusing hodgepodge of names for recipes. From Crybaby Cookies to Tears on My Pillow Pie, many of the dishes in The Amish Cook’s Family Favorite Recipes have a funny story behind their name, but all stay true to Amish traditions and great taste.

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Old-fashioned Pear Cake with a new shortcut: Use canned pears and reserve the syrup for the glaze. Delicious. Page 379

Cherry Coffeecake is a delicious way to start the day! This tart-sweet treat is topped with a buttery glaze! Page 34

Bumbleberry Pie: There’s no such thing as a bumbleberry—it’s just the name Amish bakers give this delicious pie chock-full of different fruits. Page 311

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