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Preheat pizzelle griddle. Beat eggs, ... Add butter and anise. Sift flour ... color. Cool on wire racks and store in air-tight container. Makes five dozen.
Mix all together. Let mixture set for 1 hour. Spoon on iron. Makes about 10 dozen.
Beat eggs. Add sugar and beat well. Add butter which has been melted and cooled. Add flavoring then flour and salt; mix well. Make dough ball about 1 ...
1. Beat eggs, ... butter, vanilla and anise. 3. Sift ... powder; add to egg mixture (dough will be sticky enough to drop by spoonful onto pizzelle iron).
Beat eggs and ... time, then add anise extract, vanilla, orange ... drop on the pizzelle maker from a ... using. (Use a knife to push off dough from spoon.)
Beat eggs, adding ... vanilla extract and/or anise seeds. Sift flour ... teaspoon onto the pizzelle maker. For chocolate ... cup and 9 Sweet one packets.
Combine eggs, oil, ... to wet. Mix well. Place 1 teaspoon batter on hot pizzelle iron and cook 30 seconds or until golden. Store in a box. Makes 11 dozen.
Beat butter and sugar into eggs. Mix in spices. Mix flour in well. Keep dough soft. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto pizzelle iron. Makes about 10 dozen.
Mix together all ingredients except oil. Then spoon in the oil. Bake pizelles. Eat plain or roll when hot and fill with filling. Great frozen.
Beat eggs slowly, adding sugar gradually. Beat until smooth. Add cooled butter and flavoring. Blend thoroughly. Add flour and baking powder gradually ...
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