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Jackson's Lemon Jumble cookies are no longer produced commercially or available for sale, as of 2015. The company is now owned by Kellogg, who acquired the cookie line from Keebler sometime around 2001. Kellogg discontinued the southern favorite soon after taking owners...


One serving of Jackson's Old Fashioned Lemon Jumble cookies has approximately 150 calories, 6 grams of fat and 23 grams of carbohydrates. A serving is equal to three cookies or 32 grams. Find more nutrition information for these cookies on CalorieCount.com, Fitbit.com, ...


You can make old-fashioned sugar cookies by using a recipe from the Food Network. This recipe makes approximately 3 dozen old-fashioned sugar cookies depending on the size of the cutters that are used.


Kraft's old-fashioned peanut butter cookies and Land O'Lakes' old-fashioned molasses cookies are good old-fashioned cookie recipes. The former recipe makes cookies with a creamy peanut butter flavor, while the latter makes gingerbread-like cookies.


To make molasses cookies, sift 4 cups flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons salt, 1/2 teaspoons cloves and 2 teaspoons each cinnamon, baking soda and ginger together. Add the dry ingredients to a mixture of 1 1/2 cup molasses, 1 egg and 1/4 cup sugar and 1 cup melted shortening, and b...


A good recipe for old-fashioned oatmeal cookies is Betty Crocker's recipe that calls for quick-cooking oats in addition to flour, molasses, raisins, cinnamon and eggs. Another good recipe uses brown sugar and almond extract.


Some old-fashioned canning recipes include a recipe for jarred tomato sauce and a recipe for potatoes. To make the tomato sauce, first clean and quarter approximately 25 pounds of tomatoes, then add them to a large stock pot. Set the stovetop to medium heat, and stir th...