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9 Amish-Inspired Kitchen Tools Everyone Should Own

If you're craving simplicity, check out these Amish kitchen tools and accessories: butter churners, carrier baskets, cast-iron skillets and more.

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Lodge Blacklock Triple Seasoned Cast Iron 10" & 12" Skillet Setvia

Cast-Iron Skillet

Cast-iron cookware is hearty and perfect for using over an open flame—making it a top pick in Amish kitchens. We’re fond of this 2-piece set that features both a 10-inch and 12-inch skillet. Each pan is triple-seasoned for a nonstick cooking surface, and its durable, American-made construction will last a lifetime. Get started with our best cast-iron skillet recipes.

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Simple Wooden Spoon

Simplicity is key in an Amish kitchen. And there’s nothing flashy about this sleek walnut spoon. It’s ideal for stirring soups, tasting sauces and serving up big helpings of Yummasetti noodle casserole. Plus, the spoon’s natural walnut material can hold up to even the heartiest tasks.

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Butter Churnervia

Butter Churner

Nothing beats fresh butter—and the joy of churning it yourself. While modern cooks might use a stand mixer, this handy gadget requires nothing more than good ol’ fashioned muscle. Kids will enjoy turning the handle—and devouring the fruits of their labor on freshly baked Amish bread.

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Amish Made Triple Round Three Pie Carrier Basketvia

Carrier Basket

The Amish are known for their pies. And this three-tier carrier basket makes it easy to share the baked beauties with friends, family and neighbors. This particular vessel is made from wicker and was handcrafted by an Amish family. Don’t forget to try out these traditional Amish recipes.

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Bread Box

If you’ve recently gotten into bread baking, you’re not alone. Save those beautiful loaves of sourdough right on the counter with a wooden bread box. This gorgeous kitchen accessory is crafted by Amish woodworkers and provides easy access to slices of your favorite snack.

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Original Stovetop Belgian Waffle Makervia

Waffle Iron

While an electric iron may first come to mind when you hear “waffle maker,” there’s a manual version, too. This handy gadget lets you cook waffles right on the stovetop. Go ahead and grab our recipe for Amish Waffles—and some maple syrup—then get ready to dig in!

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Kinetic Copper Canning Jar Set, 18ozvia

Canning Jars

From juicy summer strawberries to fall’s best beets, Amish families love to can produce now to enjoy later. And this cute set of canning jars is perfect for jams, pickles, relishes—you name it. Check out our favorite canning recipes to get started.

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pie birdsvia RIchmanPottery/

Pie Bird

The secret to a perfect pie? An amazing crust. And for that, you’ll need a pie bird. This old-school secret helps excess moisture escape from your pie, leaving the crust nice and crisp. For more secrets, check out these baking tips straight out of Amish country.

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Amish Community Cookbookvia

Amish Community Cookbook

While this isn’t technically a tool, the Amish Community Cookbook will take your kitchen skills to the next level. This beautiful book is packed with nearly 300 recipes from Amish cooks across North America. Find how-tos for all of your favorites, like Shoofly pie, Amish friendship bread and homemade pickles. Yum! For more inspiration, check out these Amish cooking tips.

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Katie Bandurski
Katie is an Associate Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.

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