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Orange Toast

"'A friend gave me the recipe for this sweet snack,' informs Helen Applequist of St. Louis Park, Minnesota. 'I make it with thinly sliced bread from Pepperidge Farm. It's lovely with tea.'"
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30 m servings
Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. In a small bowl, combine butter, sugar and orange peel; mix well. Spread on both sides of bread; cut in half diagonally. Place on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 350 degrees F for 8-10 minutes. Turn slices over; bake 7 minutes longer (watch carefully).

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I used this on texas toast "fluffy" french toast. Delicious--we all thought this was fantastic. This recipe's a keeper!

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I used this on texas toast "fluffy" french toast. Delicious--we all thought this was fantastic. This recipe's a keeper!

Delicious! I cut the recipe in half and definitely use real butter. I added just a little bit of fresh squeezed orange juice to up the orange flavor. I toasted thick cut slices of bread first t...

I really like this. Not too orangey, not too sweet, and crispy! Perfect. I did take it out prior to 7 minutes, and I toasted it in my toaster oven on 350. If you don't like very crispy toast...

I really enjoyed this different take on plain ole' dry toast. The orange zest was not strong. In fact I wish I had put more. I softened the butter to room temperature and mixed the grated orange...

This was great. Due to limited oven availability I broiled for a minute or so on each side instead of baking. Everyone loved this bread.

Yum! This was great for a late night snack last night :) I broiled both sides of the bread after baking for 8-10 minutes to speed up the "browning" of the sugar. What a fun, simple and delici...

Absolutely fantastic. Also good with lemon.

This was a good, easy, tasty snack. I cooked mine the exact time called for using 8 minutes and 7 after flipping. Next time, I'll cook it a bit less and take it off of the baking sheet sooner. I...

I've been making this for years, ever since the Swedish side of our family introduced me. It truly is fantastic - try it!!! We cut each slice of bread into rectangular strips (about 1" x 3"), an...