# Pennsylvania dutch foods
4 Farmers Markets to Visit in Pennsylvania Dutch Country
Few things beat fresh Lancaster County produce. Fresh summer corn, peaches, radishes, peas, strawberries, you name it. If there's anything better, it must be the Pennsylvania Dutch baked goods you find get at some of these local spots.
Holiday Dessert: A Delicious, Old-Fashioned Pennsylvania Dutch Treat
The name of it doesn't make it sound too appealing, but don't be fooled. Old-fashioned sand tart cookies are one of the more addicting treats there are. It's impossible to stop after just one because they're so tiny, sweet and delicious. If you've been visiting some of the rural farm markets across the county lately, you probably have seen the cookies.
Shady Maple Smorgasbord: The Place to Be if You're Craving It All [Pennsylvania Dutch Foods]
Have you ever been to Shady Maple? It's a unique and kind of overwhelming experience, right?. This cafeteria-style restaurant serves almost 1.5 million people every year and there is often a line to get in. According to its website, Shady Maple Smorgasboard prides itself on being the largest buffet in the country.
Bakeries Serving Amish Desserts in Lancaster, PA
You've got Whoopie Pie, Shoo-Fly Pie, so many pies, and dessert staples in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. There are several bakeries dishing up the best of Amish-style baked goods in Lancaster, PA, 3 of them listed below: