This recipe should make around 100 Pizzelles. Cut everything in half to make a
YouTube Video "Making Pizzelles with Grandma" -
Part 1 Making the Dough
Part 2 Making the Pizzelles
- Pizzelle Maker (aka Pizzelle Iron)
- 12 eggs (cool in warm water)
- (1 lb) 4 sticks of unsalted butter
- 8 cups of flour + extra if needed
- 4 teaspoons of Baking Powder (optional)
Grandma doesn't use it
- 1.5 cups of sugar
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla
- 1 teaspoon Cinnamon
- 2 tablespoon Anisette or Almond Extract
(your flavor of choice)
- Confectionary Sugar
(Dust on top of each cookie)
Melt the 4 sticks of butter on low heat. Then, set aside to cool.
This is where Grandma always yells at me.
In a mixing bowl, combine 6 eggs and 1/2 the
Add the Vanilla, Cinnamon and Anisette
Add the remaining Eggs, Sugar and the cooled
melted butter. MIX
SLOWLY add the flour. A little at a time. MIX. VERY
gonna tell ya, Grandma is going to yell!
- If it's too thick to mix with a mixer, add extra flour and mix with spoon (or
hands) until the batter isn't wet looking.
- Set aside for at least 30 minutes in the
refrigerator. (This is what Grandma does!)
Turn on the Pizzelle Maker so it warms up.
Scoop about a teaspoon of the batter &
place it in the Pizzelle Maker.
Set aside to cool down. Then, cover with
These also makes
When you take it out of the Pizzelle Maker,
slowly fold and pinch the tops.
Just made a half batch of your Pizzelle recipe to take to Thanksgiving
dinner. They came out great.