Hey there and welcome, Amish Friendship Bread bakers!
The Friendship Bread Kitchen is a place to kick up your feet and share recipes, tips, stories, and community. If you’re reading this, you’ve most likely received a bag of Amish Friendship Bread starter and you’re figuring out what to do next. Or maybe you’ve been baking with the starter for a while and want to find new ways to bake with it. Maybe you reguarly gift the starter or the bread to friends, and want cute printables and gift tags. Whatever your reason, we’re glad to have you here!
We hope to be your go-to for all things Amish Friendship Bread, and that we help keep you inspired to make and share it. That’s what it’s all about, after all!
What you’ll find at the Friendship Bread Kitchen
There’s a lot of talk about whether or not Amish Friendship Bread is actually Amish. For me, the essence of the bread that’s taken straight from the Amish playbook–share what you have with others. Since each recipe yields two loaves, you can keep one and give one away. I can’t think of anything more perfect than that.
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Start baking and stay connected
How do you want to stay in touch and be involved? Are you a loner, preferring to browse on the side? Or do you love to experiment and need ideas from others? Maybe you go through Amish Friendship Bread baking phases and are looking for printables to gift the bread to others?
We have a regular newsletter, giveaways, challenges–you can check out your options here. If you’re looking for FBK Founder Darien Gee’s author page and want to join her mailing list, it’s here (highly recommended if you’ve read any of her Friendship Bread novels and want to stay in touch with her. She is no longer involved with the Kitchen and we unfortunately cannot send your inquiries to her directly).
Thanks for being in the Kitchen with us!