Thursday, January 21, 2010

Pizzelles



This is one of my favorite recipes.

For me, perfect paired with a cup of hot tea.

I can snack on these all day long.

The recipe makes a ton, and they keep at least 2 weeks !

You just need a Pizzelle Baker !


Pizzelles
6 eggs, whole
2 sticks butter- melted to room temp.
1 1/2 C. sugar
2 1/2 C. flour
4 tsp. baking powder

2 TBS. vanilla or 1 whole small bottle of Anise. ( I prefer the vanilla! I've never tried the Anise version, so maybe you should just add 2 TBS of Anise instead of the whole SMALL bottle.)


In large bowl, beat eggs slightly. Add melted butter. Add sugar & vanilla.
Beat well.
Slowly add flour & baking powder.
Make Pizzelles in your pizzelle
baker !
Sprinkle with powdered sugar on each one when done !
Sit back and enjoy !!
P.s.
It's DIY Day over at a soft place to land, and Foodie Friday hosted by designs by gollum !




14 comments:

Jo said...

My mouth is watering! I could go for a lovely cup of tea and couple of pizzelles right about now.

Jo

eddieross said...

Yummm my mother made these all of December using my grandmother Dottis recipe and her Pizzelles maker from the 50's

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Rebecca said...

That sounds like the perfect thing to have with tea! Nice idea! I would attempt to make these, but I don't have the magical pizzelle maker.

All Things Yummy said...

wow, I've never heard of a pizelle maker. very cool

megan said...

I haven't had these in forever! My grandma used to make them every year for Christmas, but she hasn't done it in a few years. They bring back such memories! Next time I go back to visit, I'll have to dig out her pizzelle maker

Kate said...

I got a pizzelle maker for Christmas! I love these cookies. They bring back fond memories of my auntie. She made them every year.

I will be trying these! Thank you.

Cottage Sisters said...

Now that you reminded me about them I am going to have to make them again. They are one of my favorite cookies. Have a great weekend. Denise

ButterYum said...

A WHOLE BOTTLE of anise??? Wow, I don't use that much. I really like vanilla ones too. I should dust off my Pizzelle iron.

:)
ButterYum

Cinnamon-Girl♥ said...

I love pizzelles! They remind me of my Grandma. She always brought a huge platter of them when she came to visit. They would last for weeks.

Cathy said...

Oh my, your pizzelles are beautiful! A perfect snack with an afternooon cup of tea.

heartnsoulcooking said...

GREAT!!! and AWESOME!!! post. I LOVE!!! this FABULOUS!!! recipe.
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theUngourmet said...

The pizzelle baker would be a great gift for the person who has just about everything! :D These are so very pretty and delicate!

Ms. Bake-it said...

I love pizzelles. We make them every year at Christmas using my grandmother's old pizelle maker. Sometimes we put some into custard cups to shape them while they are still warm and then use them as dessert cups for ice cream, pudding, fruit, etc. Very yummy. But like you, my favorite is to have them with a cup of tea.

~ Tracy

Foodandfate said...

I added my pizzelle recipe to my cook book "Breaking Bread in L'Aquila" pub: 4/2010. I used to make them for my late husband all the time. I love them with ice cream too!

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