What We Know About Little People, Big World's Amy Roloff's Online Shop

Amy Roloff's love for cooking has been a staple on Little People, Big World over the years, and now that she runs a successful online store when not starring on the show, here's what fans should know about Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen. Since season 1's premiere in 2006, Little People, Big World has focused on Amy and her ex-husband Matt Roloff's family and their daily lives while living on their famous farm in Oregon. The former couple has four children: twins Zach and Jeremy, as well as Molly, and Jacob. Amy was frequently seen tending to her family in the early seasons, which included cooking a variety of meals for them.


While some Little People, Big World fans have been critical of Amy's original recipes from time to time, the majority of viewers have enjoyed watching Amy "chef it up" in the kitchen. While Amy is completely dedicated to taking care of her children and her husband, Chris Marek, who she married in 2021, the Roloff matriarch has always had a passion for cooking. Although Amy's passion originally began as a hobby, the 57-year-old has turned her fun meals into a serious business. Considering several Roloff's have been criticized for not pursuing careers outside Little People, Big World, viewers are particularly interested in Amy's online shop and the products it offers.

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Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen, which Amy first launched in 2016, pays homage to her passions for cooking and baking by sharing dozens of recipes with Little People, Big World fans. From chicken cacciatore and butter chicken to classic chocolate mousse, Amy offers a wide variety of free recipes that cover breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and even snacks. Besides each of Amy's recipes having detailed explanations and photos, many also feature step-by-step videos for an easier way to follow. Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen provides more than just recipes, as Amy also has multiple collections that include different variations of coffee and fudge. In addition, Amy's shop extends beyond her website, as she also runs a popular YouTube channel, Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen, that frequently hosts live streams with guests.

Amy's online business carries more than just recipes and food, as Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen also sells a variety of home, kitchen, and design products. Amy's website currently hosts a Summer Collection 2022, which features products such as earrings with an attached autographed photo, handmade themed masks, mugs, aprons, and mousepads. Fans of Amy and Little People, Big World can also purchase Amy's official recipe book and an autographed hardcover version of her memoir A Little Me. "My thought and belief in life is this: We all matter and have value and a purpose," Amy's mission statement reads. "The journey of my life, in all its ups and downs, is still a wonderful life."

Although the fallout of Amy and Matt's divorce, as well as the fate of Roloff Farms, have been two storylines featured on Little People, Big World season 23, fans of the show are happy that Amy has roots in places other than reality TV. With dozens of recipes offered for free, viewers interested in Amy's cooking have several ways of watching the recipes come to life. In the meantime, fans can continue to check out Amy, Chris, and their relationship with Matt and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, on TLC.