Orange Kisses

Spring has definitely sprung around here. Everyone is busy working in their neglected gardens or spring cleaning their homes. We are emerging from our winter hibernation, enjoying the great outdoors and taking advantage of the sunshine to venture out and visit friends. I like to have something home baked for visitors, so this weekend I whipped up a batch of yummy Orange Kisses:
These little morsels are just delicious and they have a wonderful, refreshing citrus burst. The biscuits are buttery and soft, with a lovely orange zing. They are filled with an orange buttercream, which really packs a flavour punch and they are only little so your not being too naughty, unless of course you can't stop at one, or two,.....:)
They are quick and easy to make and a plate full will delight your friends. Whip up a batch before your guests arrive or make them the day before so you can spend time on other things. Serve them with a pot of tea or coffee and savour the taste as you sit back and enjoy time spent chatting and catching up . 
If you want to enhance that wonderful citrus flavour, you could also fill them with marmalade but the orange buttercream works well on its own. If your not a fan of oranges, consider using a lemon or lime if you prefer; I haven't actually tried this but I'm sure they would work just as well and be a little different.
They are a popular biscuit in our house and such a lovely little treat. Now the weather has improved, I'm such a batch or two will be made for the picnic basket or the lunchboxes as well.
If you would like to make your own batch of Orange Kisses, you can download the recipe HERE or right click on the picture below and save to your computer for later:
I hope these delicious little biscuits add something special to your next morning or afternoon tea. They sure bring a smile to my face and they leave a  refreshing and cleansing taste to my palette.
Happy baking :)


  1. Here comes the fall. But it's a good excuse to make these cookies too, is not it? :)) Thank you so much for the recipe. Hugs.

  2. Thank you for the recipe, they really look moreish. Guida


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