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  2. Sunshine Biscuits - Wikipedia

    Sunshine Biscuits, formerly known as The Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company, was an independent American baker of cookies, crackers, and cereals. The company, which became a brand on a few products such as Cheez-Its, was purchased by Keebler Company in 1996, which was purchased by Kellogg Company in 2001.

  3. Sunshine Biscuits Recipe: How to Make It - Taste of Home

    Directions. In a bowl, combine flour cornmeal, sugar, baking powder, cream of tartar and salt. Cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Combine egg and milk; stir into flour mixture just until moistened. Let stand 5 minutes. Turn onto a floured surface; knead for about 1 minute.

  4. Golden Raisin Biscuit Cookies Recipe | King Arthur Baking

    45 Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars. These raisin cookies mimic the late lamented Golden Raisin Biscuits, formerly sold under the Sunshine brand name, and later by Keebler. These flat, not overly sweet, raisin-filled cookies came in perforated strips that you'd break apart into rectangles.

  5. Hydrox - Wikipedia

    Hydrox is a cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookie currently owned and manufactured by Leaf Brands. It debuted in the United States in 1908, and was manufactured by Sunshine Biscuits for over 90 years. [1]


    Preheat oven to 375°F. Combine flour, sugar, salt and soda in work bowl of food processor or mixer. Mix together. In small bowl, mix oil, water, 2 tablespoons of egg and vinegar together. Add to ...

  7. Sunshine Biscuits - History - LiquiSearch

    Loose-Wiles made "Trumps Cookies". Nabisco produced "Aces". Sunshine Biscuit had "Animal Crackers" and "Toy Cookies". Nabisco produced "Barnum's Animals". American Tobacco Company purchased the company in 1966. It was then sold to G. F. Industries, a privately held California company, and finally merged with Keebler Company in 1996.

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