By Doreen Randal on October 16, 1999
"This is an easy one from an old recipe book of my Grandmothers. I double the recipe."
Serving Size: 1 (227 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I love these and so does my hubby! As they are they are great, and for a change it's good to sprinkle cinnamon on top too :o) Thanks for posting this recipe."
"Very Good. I glazed these with a loose syrup made from icing/confectioners sugar. I also made an apricot and cinnamon version. They taste old fashioned and homely and will go down very well with work colleagues to dunk in a cuppa."
"This is a nice recipe, although it needs a sheen on the top of the biscuit. The biscuit is just right and I used white raisins for the filling. I was a bit nervous about the temp and baked them at 375. I used to love the raisin biscuits that Sunshine Bakery sold prior to acquirer Keebler discontinuing them. This reminded me of these old favorites. Thanks for the recipe!"