Yum. Substituted white whole wheat flour. I didn't have anise extract or oil, so I used vanilla instead. Next time I'll add a little almond extract too. I chopped up semi-sweet chocolate chips and walnuts and stirred them right into the heavy dough (took a little elbow grease). (BTW: No extra flour required!)
Used wax paper and a rolling pin to form two equal logs, which I then dumped onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Practically no clean up! Baked about 24 minutes, waited a couple minutes, sliced with a pizza cutter, and toasted another 6-8 minutes. Next time I'll slice with a pizza cutter just after they come out of the oven (or maybe a minute later).
These are delicious, with a crumbly texture and the perfect bite -- not jaw breakingly crunchy. I will definitely make these again.
Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!
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Yum. Substituted white whole wheat flour. I didn't have anise extract or oil, so I used...