Amish Friendship Bread is about sharing what you have with others, and the Friendship Bread Kitchen is about helping one another out as we play with new recipe variations, troubleshoot problems, and share our best Amish Friendship Bread photos and ideas.
There are always lots of questions about Amish Friendship Bread, and these questions need answers! We have an FAQ area, but the best way to ask a question or provide an answer is on our Facebook wall. Please take a moment to swing by and see if you can offer any wisdom, or simply share what you’ve been up to.
The Friendship Bread Kitchen is built on a vibrant community of Kitchen Friends and yes, that means you! Every now and then you’ll see someone special profiled, either someone who has baked Amish Friendship Bread for years or is trying their hand at it for the first time. Submit your Kitchen Friend questionnaire and a photo for a chance to be featured on the website and in our newsletter. To see past Kitchen Friend profiles, head on over here.
Virtual Kitchen Assistants
Virtual Kitchen Assistants (VKAs) help test new and existing Amish Friendship Bread recipes from their own homes! They receive a small allowance to help cover ingredients and time in exchange for testing the recipe, taking some pictures, and posting their Kitchen Notes. And the best part is, you get to eat it at the end! We have an open call for VKAs once a year–if you are interested, be sure to add your name to the wait list. I look forward to working with you!
Submit a Recipe
I love discovering new Amish Friendship Bread recipes, and I love it even more when Kitchen Friends submit one of their recipes to the Recipe Box. The recipe you submit must be your own and not taken from someone else or another website, and I’m no longer adding recipes that already exist in a similar form to another recipe in the Recipe Box. But don’t be discouraged — I’m sure you can come up with something amazing! You’ll receive credit for your recipe. In order to be considered for the Recipe Box, your recipe must contain 1 cup Amish Friendship Bread starter and at least 1-5 photos, so we can see the finished product.
Submit a recipe here.
Submit a Photo
Tried a recipe and snapped a shot? We’d love to see it! Images that are bright and clear will be added to the recipe’s photo gallery so others can see how it turned out for you, and may also be cross-posted on our Facebook and Pinterest pages. You’ll receive credit for your photo — again, it must be your own.
Submit a photo here.
Share a Story
How did you start baking Amish Friendship Bread? Who gave you your first starter? Were you the recipient (or the giver) of unexpected kindness? Share your story for a future Friendship Bread Kitchen publication,
Submit your story here.