Toast Cookie Treats

"This is such a great change from cookies and regular toast, for everyone.Children especially like their toast done this way...cut into cookie cutter shapes!The flavor of the orange juice and the cinnamon make this a "special treat"Grandma made this for us many years ago....we still love it, as do our Grandchildren!"
photo by Troop Angel photo by Troop Angel
photo by Troop Angel
photo by Troop Angel photo by Troop Angel
Ready In:
1 Loaf of Bread


  • 1 (6 ounce) can frozen concentrated orange juice, thawed, undiluted
  • 1 loaf sliced white bread
  • cinnamon sugar


  • With Cookie cutters, cut cookie shapes, out of bread slices.
  • (sometimes we would just slice bread pieces into strips).
  • Dip each cut-out piece into the orange juice concentrate.
  • Place on greased cookie sheet.
  • Bake in 300° oven until lightly toasted, approximately.
  • 15 minutes or so.
  • Depends on the thickness of the bread or cut-outs.
  • Remove from oven and immediately dust (sprinkle lightly) with cinnamon and sugar.
  • (You can mix the cinnamon and sugar together, before hand also!).

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  1. Well, I think this would be a great recipe, with the right ingredients (which is no fault of the recipe itself!). I didn't reqlize until after I had made these that I had picked up unsweetened orange juice, which made these extremely tart and bitter. I can't wait to try this with sweetened orange juice...I bet it will be fantastic!
  2. I made these for my son tonight and he really enjoyed them. I thought they were pretty good too! This is such a great easy snack!


I am in Northeastern Ohio. Have lived here my entire life. I am retired. I was raised at my Grandmother's side, with an apron and wooden spoon, as my small chef's wardrobe! We spent many happy times, in her kitchen baking and cooking up memories! My love of the culinary arts has never waned. It seems I still cook and bake, as if I were feeding everyone at Grandma's Boarding House! (although my neighbors are happy about the "goodies" I am constantly sending their way!) I must learn to cook for two... My kitchen is in my Cape Cod Style home and done in a French Country style, with french blue and pale yellow, accented with white.
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