Pizzelles are a traditional Italian wafer cookie that is light and crispy with delicate flavor. Pizzelles have been made since the middle ages on special irons that give a pattern to the surface of the cookie. Brides were given these special irons at the wedding that often contained the grooms family crest. But Italy isn’t the only country with a traditional wafer cookie. France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, and the Nordic countries share a love for these crispy, delicate cookies that can be baked on the stove top.
While baking pizzelles is not complicated, using a pizzelle iron can be a little challenging at first. Once you get in tune with the way your iron works you’ll easily create some amazing cookies and crackers that taste better and have better texture than any that you could buy in the store. Use these to make wafer cookies, ice cream sandwiches, stroop waffles, vanilla wafers, and other treats you thought you had to buy in a store. When you make them from scratch, you control the ingredients and don’t have to compromise health for good flavor. Don’t wait till next year to master these delectable festive cookies. Enjoy them year round with my ebook, “A Dozen Sweet & Savory Pizzelle, that are Perfect for Gifts” just $7.97US.
- Learn to make pizzelles for year round enjoyment.
- Recipes for both sweet and savory pizzelles are included.
- One savory gluten free recipe is included
- Pizzelles are made with a specialty waffle iron that makes thin, crispy wafer cookies
- Pizzelles are the basis for cream horns, ice cream waffle cones, and other cookies and crackers
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What our readers are saying about “A Dozen Sweet & Savory Pizzelles“
“I remember my Mom making these as I was growing up. I love them,will have to try to make some.” — Midge
“The history of [pizzelles] was very interesting, and the recipes sound delicious. My mom used to make them when I was a kid, but we only had sweet ones. I didn’t know they had savory recipes!
I am hoping my mom still has her pizzelle maker. I believe it was originally her grandmother’s. If/when I get a pizzelle maker, I would definitely like to try the gingerbread ones, and the savory parm and chive.” — Tammy