This old recipe was written on the back of a small yellow envelope, date unknown. Recipe is typed below along with a scanned copy.

Orange Blossom Squares Recipe

Orange Blossom Squares

Preheat oven 350°F.
40-45 mins

Sift together

2 1/2 c sifted flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt – set aside

Blend 1 1/2 c sugar
3/4 c shortening
1 tsp vanilla

Beat in 2 eggs

Stir in flour mixture alternately with 1/2 c milk

Fold in one 6 oz. pkg. (1 c.) chips *RecipeCurio Note: I believe this refers to chocolate chips

Pour into greased pan 15x10x1

Orange Glace

1 c confectioners sugar
2 tbs orange juice
1/2 tsp shredded orange rind
stir until smooth

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4 Responses to Orange Blossom Squares Recipe – Handwritten

Rebecca
Published 20 April, 2011 in 7:59 pm

My mother found this recipe in the Dayton Daily News (Ohio) in the 1960s. They became a family tradition and I still bake them, but I’ve never known anyone else who had the recipe! They are tricky to make because you have to use the exact pan size. I also have a tattered copy with a photo from an old magazine. It specifies Nestle’s Chocolate Morsels, so it may have been one of their ads.

Margaret
Published 28 July, 2015 in 3:51 pm

THANK YOU. I have been searching for a recipe for Orange Blossom Squares for years. I had an aunt who make them in the late 50s or early 60s. I always search the bar recipes in Cookie cookbooks in hopes of finding anything similar. I don’t remember the coconut, but the chocolate chips and orange glaze sound right on.

Lisa
Published 16 May, 2016 in 1:30 pm

This has been a family tradition in my family also! I’m currently in my 20s and have always known this to be a family recipe, very cool to find out where it came from!

Elise Ostrye
Published 6 July, 2017 in 5:04 pm

My grandmother made these. They were always my favorite. I never met anyone before that even knew what they were! I have a handwritten copy but it is in storage and hard to get to. I had a sudden reminiscence and was craving those squares, so I was so happy to find your post! Thanks a bunch!

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