Kids and adults alike love this 'salad!' Nice to slice & serve on a lettuce leaf (for presentation)- the colors can be varied to suit any holiday - greens & reds for Christmas, varying shades of red for Valentine's Day, etc.. ENJOY! This sounds like a lot of work, but it's really not. This is one I like to make when I'll be working around home all day, and can stop to do step after step. :)
This is one of my kids' favorite 'salads'! They love the pear flavor - and of course the jello flavor, too! This is quick & easy! Can be eaten as a salad or as a dessert. We've served it both ways. ENJOY!
There are several recipes for 'peanut butter jelly' in Lancaster County - this is our favorite. Measurements are never exact - it's just mixed to the desired consistency. This is often spread on bread - on top of "shmear kase" (smear/cup cheese) - see my other recipes. Enjoy!
This is an alternate recipe I'm posting for Amish cup cheese. Both recipes are used here in Lancaster County. This is served at Amish weddings & church services, to be eaten on bread or toast, and is often topped with jelly or Amish "peanut butter jelly" (I am also going to be posting this recipe...) Enjoy!
This "shmear kase" (smear cheese if translated literally) is an Amish recipe in this area. This is served at Amish weddings and church dinners - and of course in many homes year-round! It is generally eaten on bread or toast, and often topped with jelly. ENJOY!
Another simple recipe I am almost embarrassed to post. My Amish mother-in-law passed this on, as my husband was raised with this one. It's STILL a favorite of his today! He prefers his eggs over top the crackers - you can eat it as you wish! This was also a treat served when someone was feeling ill - fairly easy on the stomach.
This is SO easy & simply delicious! Perfect for guests, as it can be made ahead & placed into the refrigerator or freezer! I like to leave this in the oven on automatic time bake for my family on days when I'll be gone in the morning. Simple - and satisfying! Enjoy!
This is delicious served with syrup or ketchup - your preference, and served alongside eggs. We also like to eat it here in Lancaster County with milk - or just browned butter - right after it's cooked. (before putting it in the loaf pan) Otherwise, pour it into the loaf pan & let it cool, then keep it in the refrigerator until cooled completely & it can easily be sliced. This recipe is so simple, I was almost embarrassed to post - but it's what we eat here - and I've seen numerous requests for this - so here it is! ENJOY!