These orange cookies are so tender that they melt right in your mouth, and have an irresistible flavor. They are perfect for snacking between meals, with coffee and tea or at Christmas. The cookies with orange will surely delight both you and your family and friends.
The recipe is very easy, so you can make the cookies yourself in a flash. A detailed recipe for the orange cookies with exact quantities and step-by-step instructions can be found below.
World’s best orange cookies
These orange cookies are the tastiest among all that I have ever tasted. They are incredibly tender and fluffy. After each bite, they practically melt in your mouth.
In addition, the orange pastry is heavenly aromatic. They have fresh oranges to thank for that, with which the cookie dough is prepared.
Aromatic cookies with fresh oranges
What makes these orange cookies so special? They contain fresh oranges – freshly squeezed orange juice and freshly grated orange peel. This gives the cookies a fruity aromatic note.
It’s best to use fresh organic oranges for the cookies recipe. This way you avoid pesticides that accumulate in the peel of conventional fruits.
Perfect as Christmas cookies
With their orange aroma and flavor, these cookies are ideal especially for Advent. After all, Christmas smells of fresh oranges, among other things.
As soon as you knead the dough, an irresistible scent spreads through the kitchen and puts you in the Christmas spirit. Once the orange cookies are in the oven, you can hardly wait to eat them.
Besides, the cookies with orange are an eye-catcher on the dining table and have a wintry look. They look as if they are partially covered with snow. That comes from the fact that cookies are rolled in powdered sugar before baking.
By the way, these orange cookies are perfect for gift giving. They also pass as a “last minute” gift from the kitchen. Wrap the orange pastry in a pretty cookie tin and surprise your sweet tooth with them for Christmas.
Delicious all year round
But you can make the orange cookies not only at Christmas. They are also delicious at any time of the year.
For example, serve them as a dessert after a meal with coffee or tea. Since they are ready very quickly, you can make them both during the week and on the weekend.
At a party, the orange pastry is guaranteed to delight your guests and go away in no time. You can also make it for a child’s birthday party.
Make orange cookies with children
These orange cookies are great for making with kids. And the little ones will definitely have a lot of fun. So be sure to get them involved.
Kids will love helping you roll the little balls of dough. They are also guaranteed to enjoy rolling the cookies in sugar and powdered sugar.
These cookies are
with fresh orange,
easy and quick to make from common ingredients,
without too much sugar, or you can adjust the amount of sugar yourself,
without additives, unlike many cookies from the supermarket,
ideal for snacking in between, for dessert with coffee or tea and to take away,
perfect as Christmas cookies,
beautiful homemade gift from the kitchen.
Simple orange cookies recipe
The orange cookies recipe you’ll find below is very simple. For this you also only need a few common ingredients that you might already have at home.
You just mix all the ingredients together little by little. This way you will quickly get a sticky dough ready. Afterwards it has to cool thoroughly. In the meantime, you can devote yourself to other tasks.
After that, form small balls from the dough and roll them in sugar. If all your loved ones join in here, you’ll be done in a flash.
Now all you have to do is put the cookies in the oven. After about 10 minutes baking time you can start snacking.
How to make delicate orange cookies: tips and tricks
Be sure to use only freshly squeezed orange juice and not bottled orange juice. This will make your cookies really aromatic.
For the orange zest, use organic oranges.
You can adjust the amount of sugar for the dough according to taste.
Since different types of flour absorb liquid differently, use a little less flour at first and add more as needed to give your dough the right consistency. It should be very sticky, but not mushy and not too firm.
Stir the dough not too long, but only briefly until a homogeneous consistency, so that the cookies later taste fluffy.
Do not bake the cookies longer than necessary. Otherwise, they might taste dry. After baking, they should look quite pale.
To check whether the cookies with orange are baked, do a stick test. To do this, insert a toothpick briefly into the center of one of the cookies and see if it comes out clean.
Store the cookies sealed in a lunch box at room temperature. They will keep for about a month.
Video for the orange cookies recipe
By the way, on my Youtube channel you can find a short video for these delicate orange cookies. There you can see exactly what consistency the dough should have for the cookies with orange, and how to shape them. If you don’t want to miss any more videos from me, feel free to subscribe to my channel.
Have you made these delicate orange cookies? I look forward to your result, your star rating and your comment below on how they turned out and tasted.
The orange cookies are so tender that they melt right in your mouth, and have an irresistible flavor. They are perfect for snacking between meals, with coffee and tea or at Christmas. The cookies with orange will surely delight both you and your family and friends. This recipe is very easy, so you can make the orange cookies yourself in a flash.
Add flour with baking powder a little at a time and mix to make a very sticky dough. Cover the dough and chill it for 1 hour. It's best to use a little less flour at first so your dough doesn't get too firm, and add some more as needed. (Also note tips and tricks for making these orange cookies at the top of the post).
Shape the dough into small balls (about the size of walnuts), roll each ball first in sugar, then in powdered sugar, and spread the balls on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, leaving enough space between them.
Bake the balls in a preheated oven at 180 °C top and bottom heat for approx. 10 minutes. During baking, the balls turn into cookies.