Cream butter; gradually add sugar, beating until light and fluffy. Add egg; beat well.
Jumbles (jumbals) appeared in cookbooks in the 1700s. Jumbles have an interesting etymology: jumbal comes from gimbal, meaning a finger ring. The 1831 Virginia housewife says simply, “knead all well together and bake.” But Housekeeping in the Bluegrass, 1875, contains one which is rolled and cut into rounds with a hole. This version is even easier, for no rolling is involved.
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