These lively and fresh tasting Chocolate Orange Tea Drops have a subtle hint of orange flavor that pairs perfectly with chocolate to create a great dessert.
Flavorful, Delicate cookies
by S. Sarah
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These tea drops had great orange flavor and were easy to make. The texture was delicate as well--something different from most cookies.
Chocolate Orange Tea Drops
by N. Noreen
, Burlington, MA on Apr. 2009
I added a little more of the orange zest and it gave a nice orange flavor. My family loved them.
by F. Fran
, Derby, NY on May. 2006
Took some to friends house and absolutely big hit. Have made again already and will continue to do so. Excellent flavor.
by S. Shirley
, VERNER, WV on May. 2005
My Grandchildren love cookies, it's their favorite dessert. I knew they would be here for the week end so I made these chocolate orange drops they were so good. The children took the rest of them home. They really enjoyed their cookies.
Chocolate Orange Tea drops
by l. lucille
, BURNABY, BC on Apr. 2005
I baked these cookies, and they were a big hit, but unfortunately I did not have any chocolate chips, so next time, they will be out of this world for a coffee break.
by B. Brenda
, WAVELAND, MS on Apr. 2005
I used lemon zest and white chocolate chips instead of orange and chocolate. These were very good. Of course I love lemon so when I have an opportunity to alter the recipe I do.
great with tea!
by B. Bonnie
, Fort Worth, TX on Apr. 2005
I belong to a British Ladies Group. We meet monthly for a business meeting and then have tea. These are perfect with tea and my British friends love them as they are not to sweet!
Need More Flour
by G. Gaye
, SAINT PETERS, MO on Jan. 2005
These cookies were very tasty and my whole family liked them. Next time I make them I'll increase the flour to 1 1/2 cups because I think they need more texture.
chocolate orange tea drops
by r. rosemary
, WESTPORT, MA on Jan. 2005
I thought these were very good except could have had more of an orange flavor. The next time I bake these I would add more orange zest + I would use orange flavoring instead of the vanilla to see how they come out. Very nice soft texture.
by d. dena
, trevose, PA on Nov. 2004
These were delicious. My father most enjoyed them as they were not to sweet, just right! AND easy to make.
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