For those of you that can't crisp up the Pizelles. Been making them for 45 years and depending on the humidity, you have a problem. Too rectify, you can place on a cookie rack in a low temp oven 300 degrees and bake for a few minutes till they are crisp. Then pack in an airtight container. Also, I use butter that crisps up better than margerine. This recipe would taste better using one bottle of anise extract or 1/2 tsp. of anise oil. The extract is not that strong when combined with the above ingredients, but that is a personal flavor choice. When warm, you can also roll them into a cone shape and fill with pastry creams. smokeygal
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For those of you that can't crisp up the Pizelles. Been making them for 45 years and depending...