Top Review by Marie Nixon
This is a really good recipe for pizzelles. I wanted the anise flavoring so I used a scant tablespoon of anise extract instead of the vanilla extract and that I thought was a perfect amount. Not overbearing at all. I think the recipe benefits from having the dough rest awhile on the counter or for a longer period of time in the refrigerator. I did not do that and noticed that the pizzelle dough at the end of the batch were easy to handle than the dough at the start of the batch.
- 414.03 ml unbleached all-purpose flour
- 9.85 ml baking powder
- 3 eggs
- 236.59 ml sugar (vanilla sugar, if you have it, otherwise plain granulated)
- 118.29 ml butter (melted)
- 14.79 ml vanilla
Directions See How It's Made
- Measure flour and baking powder into sifter and place on wax paper.
- Beat eggs and sugar on medium speed until thick, about 1 minute.
- Reduce speed and slowly add butter and vanilla, continue beating until combined.
- Sift in flour mixture, (including flour on wax paper) and combine by hand, mixing only to combine, do not over mix.
- At this point, batter may be chilled overnight.
- Prepare Pizzelle grids with oil or cooking spray.
- Place 1 1/2 - 2 teaspoons on grid(s) and bake.