We love meeting people who love Amish Friendship Bread and hearing their stories. Meet these Kitchen Friends and read about the people who inspire them, a few of their favorite things, their go-to Amish Friendship Bread recipe, and what they love most about their life. Click on their names to read their full Kitchen Friend profiles.
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Diane Shields hails from Alabama: “Most of my family are diabetics so I’m going to attempt to make the recipes with coconut palm sugar instead of white sugar, as well as try other diabetic-friendly changes.”
Tiffany Doten (Mobile, Alabama): “Once a week, I bake one big loaf and two mini loaves in disposable pans. The big loaf is for the girls in my Bible student and the 2 smaller ones I end up giving away. My running coach raves about the banana nut version. They fight over it in his office!”
Nancy Hubbard (Walla Walla, WA): “Making Amish Friendship Bread ignited my interest in cooking and baking again.”
Alyson Krumwiede (Severn, MD): “Helping others, whether through my consulting work, teaching someone how to stitch, make lace, or just lending a hand is an amazing feeling. I love watching someone I’ve worked with shine and succeed, it just makes my day.”
Brandi Greeson Godfrey
Brandi Greeson Godfrey (Raleigh, NC): Posing with Sir Nicholas the Cat, Brandi echoes her mom’s mantra, “If it’s not fun, don’t do it!”
Michelle Lee (Asheville, NC): Michelle has contributed some of your favorite Amish Friendship Bread savory variations (Coriander, Sweet Basil and Sea Salt Amish Friendship Bread, anyone?) and runs a popular blog, The Adventures of Supermom. She loves to crochet and treasures her family.