A thin and crispy Italian wafer flavored with orange zest. Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without orange pizzelle! I own a Villaware® Prima Pizzelle Baker. It makes 2 pizzelle at a time. Store in an airtight container.
The perfect pizzelle for the chocoholics in your life.
These mocha pizzelle are chocolate cookies flavored with coffee liqueur. Store in a sealed container.
Aunt Alba's Pizzelle
These are the best pizzelle out there! Make sure to use real anise oil, not extract, and only 1/2 teaspoon per batch is plenty. Buy anise oil on the internet if you can't find it locally.
Grandma's Waffle Cookies (Pizzelles)
I could always count on finding these authentic Italian cookies in Grandma's freezer, and her house always smelled yummy! They're great dipped in milk. Grandpa was a blacksmith and actually made their waffle iron, which I still have, although I use my modern electric pizzelle maker when making these.
Spicy gingerbread-flavored pizzelle taste like the winter holidays, but can be served any time of year! Ice them if you wish. Store in a tightly-sealed container.
My Hungarian grandmother makes this thin and delicate version of the traditional pizzelle. Sprinkle with confectioners' sugar and store in an airtight container.
An thin traditional anise flavored Italian cookie made with a pizzelle iron.