Ingredients

How to make it

  • Cream together sugar and butter.
  • Add eggs, peel and extract, mixing well.
  • Add flour, salt and baking powder alternately with the milk, to the creamed mixture.
  • Drop by spoonfuls onto greased baking sheet.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes, until bottoms are very lightly browned - do not overbake or the cookies will be dry!
  • Remove cookies from baking sheet and immediately dip and swirl the tops of each cookie in the dipping sauce (the heat from the cookie will create a glaze on the cookie when dipped, and the warmth seems to help the cookies absorb some of the sauce).
  • You will want to keep stirring the sauce, to keep it blended well - I usually stir with one hand and dip the cookies with the other hand.
  • Cool dipped cookies on waxed paper...some of the glazed sauce will drip down the sides of the cookies - that's ok. As the cookies sit and cool, they tend to absorb some of the little puddles of glaze.
  • For Dipping Sauce, mix all ingredients together in shallow bowl. Prepare the sauce before you begin mixing up the cookies so it can set awhile and the sugar can dissolve a bit.
  • NOTE: to sour milk, add 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice to ½ cup whole milk and stir; let sit for 10 minutes...whole milk will work best for this.

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  • mystic_river1 6 years ago
    luscious! Thanks
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  • zena824 6 years ago
    Brings back memories of my grandmothers....all of mine were great cooks......Sounds so yummy...
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  • berry 6 years ago
    What a beautiful introduction for you cookies recipe... just reading that, I am sure that I will prepare them for my kids. Thanks Krum...
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  • clbacon 6 years ago
    Oh Wow! I want some of these now!!! Yum and thanks for the post.
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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Krum, I'm such a nut about orange and citrus, you know these will be made at our house soon. Love the tip on the buttermilk. Not everyone appreciates the buttermilk flavor and this way they can still try the cookie and not have to buy a separate bottle of milk. Frugality at its' finest. Love those Grandma's.
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  • linebb956 6 years ago
    Krum... you are so shockin me tonight... these sound so good... bookmarking now! God bless those Grandma's!
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  • crystalwaters 6 years ago
    Lucky girl to have secured such a wonderful recipe that brings back warm memories ... thanks for sharing it with us! :-)
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  • shirleyoma 6 years ago
    OH, this sounds like making real soooooooon!!! love cookies! yummmmm
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  • noir 6 years ago
    I am making this...:)
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  • borinda 6 years ago
    I'm drooling as I read this recipe. Not nice to do this to your buddies.
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  • tnacndn 6 years ago
    You are a lucky woman to remember getting cookies from your Grandma. These sound just wonderful! Thanks for sharing.
    Gem
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