Mennonite cuisine refers to the traditional foods and dishes prepared by the Mennonite people, who are a Christian religious group that originated in Europe and migrated to North America in search of religious freedom.
Mennonite cuisine is heavily influenced by German and Dutch cooking styles, as many Mennonites are descendants of those cultural groups.
Mennonite cuisine is often described as hearty, filling, and comforting, with many dishes featuring simple ingredients and rustic preparation methods. Many Mennonite families still make their own jams, pickles, and other preserves, using recipes that have been passed down through generations.