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Honey Gem Cookies

Honey Gem cookies

Submitted by Cynthia Herbison,
Haastings, New Zealand

Honey Gems
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For these Honey Gems so sweet,
Take one egg and well it beat;
2 cupfuls of flour cast,
In a sieve and turn it fast,
As you whirr it ever louder,
Add 2 teaspoons of baking powder.

Half a cup of suga, neat,
With half a cup of butter beat;
Half a cup of honey pour on,
flavour with the vanilla or lemon,
Keep straight on, and do not falter,
Add 1 cupful of cold water.

Stir in all these things well together,
Until as light as any feather,
Drop spoonfuls on to baking tin:
Have oven hot, and pop them in.
In 10 minutes’ time, they will be done,
And be delicious everyone.

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