Honey Drop Cookies

This is an old photocopied recipe that looks like it originated in Hamilton, Indiana. I found it on the same photocopied page as "Grandmother's Soft Sugar Cookies". The recipe is attributed to Orpha Walber. I've never made it before as I didn't know what raisin juice was until I recently searched the web for it... Recipe #311410 courtesy of Montana Heart Song should do the trick. I have no idea on recipe yield... and as for how long it should be baked... you're guess is as good as mine....I'm really just posting this recipe for history's sake.

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30mins
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  • Mix soda into raisin juice, then mix eggs, honey, raisins, shortening and raisin juice together, then add dry ingredients sifted previously. Drop size desired on cookie sheet and bake in fairly hot oven. Very moist and keeps well.
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"This is an old photocopied recipe that looks like it originated in Hamilton, Indiana. I found it on the same photocopied page as "Grandmother's Soft Sugar Cookies". The recipe is attributed to Orpha Walber. I've never made it before as I didn't know what raisin juice was until I recently searched the web for it... Recipe #311410 courtesy of Montana Heart Song should do the trick. I have no idea on recipe yield... and as for how long it should be baked... you're guess is as good as mine....I'm really just posting this recipe for history's sake."
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  1. Megan Michelle
    This is an old photocopied recipe that looks like it originated in Hamilton, Indiana. I found it on the same photocopied page as "Grandmother's Soft Sugar Cookies". The recipe is attributed to Orpha Walber. I've never made it before as I didn't know what raisin juice was until I recently searched the web for it... Recipe #311410 courtesy of Montana Heart Song should do the trick. I have no idea on recipe yield... and as for how long it should be baked... you're guess is as good as mine....I'm really just posting this recipe for history's sake.
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