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Another recipe I found in a "Taste of Home" magazine while searching for something different for my Holiday Cookie tray. These little layered treats have a buttery bottom and soft toffee top with a sprinkle of almonds. Sweet, so I gut in small squares, but very good. Hope you try them and like them too. Edited to update thanks to the review. Must have been typing to many posts and forgot the all important flour.
Got this recipe from King Arthur Flour and looks so good, like those twinkies from when I was a kid. Described as soft, springy and full of rich creamy white filling that will bring you right back to Saturday morning cartoons and school lunch boxes - without the chemical additives. These cakes won't last through a nuclear winter like the urban legend says, but are so good they will disappear in a twink of an eye. While I've ordered the special pan (called a canoe pan) to make them; at the bottom of the directions are tips to make them as cupcakes or for that really special treat as a Banana Split Snack. Finally made these and they went together easy and were a big hit at my DGS's birthday party.
Chocolate pizzelle ï¿½ a delicious variation on the usual almond, anise, and rum-flavored cookies. Snapping crisp yet tender, pizzelle are a must-have at any Italian celebration. Got this in an email from King Arthur Flour and sounds great. It'll be awhile before I can make it do to finding ingrediants here in Beijing - but want to save it until I can get back home. I hope you give it a try and enjoy. UPDATE: Finally had the chance to make these and they were so easy and really good - next time I think I'll make the 2-tone (as in step #5) ones with a rum flavor and see how that goes.