My husband is part Italian . His mom always makes pizzelles with anise, So when we got married I asked his mom for her  recipe. Now that she lives in Missouri, she sometimes sends them for Christmas.  Since I don't like the taste of it, I usually make part of the batch with anise and part an other flavor.  So I have been experimenting with different flavors over the years.This is my most recent flavor creation ;) You can chose to put the chocolate on top if you want.

Step 1: You Will Need...


12 eggs
2 cups of cotton candy sugar (I found it at smart and final)
1 cup of oil
1 stick of melted butter
2 tsp of baking powder
1/2 tsp of baking soda
6 cups of flour
1 tiny bottle of cotton candy flavoring

Pizzelle maker(Bed, Bath, and Beyond)
cooling rack
1 very small bottle...gotcha.
How much flavoring do you add? the whole bottle?
Yes.but it's very small.
Awesome recipe. I had never heard of pizzelles, as they're virtually unknown here in Brazil (and that's saying something, because I live in a city with a huge Italian background, including my own heritage). As such I couldn't find an iron for sale over here... I'm compelled to import one :) Those wafers look delicious. And pretty.
Yum...I just "inherited" a pizzelle iron and am now gonna play with it.
Awesome. Have fun. So far I am happy with just plain cinnamon pizzelles.
those are a really pretty pink!!
Thank you. You know I love pink <strong>:)</strong>
Mmm! I must find cotton candy flavoring and cotton candy sugar :D

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Bio: I make cake for my friends and family occasionally as a hobby. I also enjoy crocheting.
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