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Chocolate-dipped Pizzelles

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A holiday craft that your kids can eat and gift! Dough requires overnight refrigeration so plan ahead. And you’ll need a pizzelle maker/iron.

Ingredients

  • FOR THE COOKIES:
  • 6  Eggs
  • 1-½ cup Sugar
  • 1 cup Vegetable Oil
  • ¾ teaspoons Anise Oil (from Your Italian Deli) Or Vanilla Extract If Preferred
  • 3 cups Flour
  • 1 pinch Salt
  • FOR THE ASSEMBLY:
  • 1 cup Chocolate Chips, Melted (or Chocolate Of Your Choice)
  • Various Holiday Candy, Crushed Candy Canes, Mini Marshmallows, M & M's, Sprinkles Or Whatever You Have On Hand

Preparation

In a large bowl blend eggs and sugar until smooth. Add in the vegetable oil and anise oil and blend well. Add in flour and salt, blend well. Cover the bowl with a sheet of plastic wrap. Let the batter sit for 6 hours or overnight in your refrigerator, to allow flavors to blend. If you are not a fan of anise, you can substitute vanilla extract.

Make your pizzelles according to your pizzelle iron’s instructions.

If you want to turn some of the pizzelles into a fun edible holiday craft for the kids (or they want to make some to gift) why not fold a few of the warm pizzelles like a “taco” when you take them off the iron. Allow the “tacos” to cool. Then once cooled, melt some chocolate and let them dip and decorate!

Line a few baking sheets with parchment paper, set out the melted chocolate and decorations like mini marshmallows, sprinkles, crushed candy canes, seasonal candies mini chocolate chips or whatever you dream up and let the kids have at it. Once they are finished, let them harden in your cold garage or refrigerator. Then store in a sealed container until ready to eat or gift.

Enjoy my very favorite cookies!

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