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Sheet1 Page 1 Sunshine® Lemon Coolers® Brothers Jacob and Joseph Loose had a dream of creating products in a bakery filled with sunshine. In 1912 they got their wish by opening the famous "Thousand Window Bakery" in Long Island City, New York. It was the largest bakery in the work until 1955. Today Sunshine Biscuits has moved to another location in Sayerville, New Jersey, where ovens the size of football fields bake like crazy. Sunshine is now owned by Keebler and continues to produce many baked treats you're likely familiar with, such as Hydrox Cookies, Saltine Crackers, Vienna Fingers, Cheez-it Crackers, and these sweet Lemon Coolers. All we have to do is make a few simple adjustments to the Nilla Wafer clone recipe, and we can create a cool copy of these awesome little tangy wafer cookies. You know the ones - those little round cookies dusted with lemon-flavored powdered sugar. To make that coating, we'll just use a little unsweeteneed Kool-Aid lemonade drink mix combined with powdered sugar. Shake the cookies
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course FOOD 101 taught by Professor Dr. during the Spring '11 term at CA Culinary.

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