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post #16 of 20
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If anyone else is looking for a pizzelle maker call or check out the tuesday mornings stores. I just happen to live in the DFW area and their are many stores throughout the metroplex. I lucked out and found the Villawear Pizzelle baker for 29.99, it's a 60.00 appliance and it came with the little wooden thingy to roll it if desired.

Barefoot, would you mind sharing your recipes? What do you fill yours with? I would love to have several recipes to try out!

Thanks everyone whom came to the aid in my pizzelle quest ! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #17 of 20
Another recipe for pizelle can be found on the food network website under Giada DiLaurentiis's recipes.
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It does feel great when you find something you've been looking for! When I can't find whatever I'm searching for ..I swear I think I become obssessed with it ... anyway I was on a mission and I finally got it. I'm still excited about it! Now I need to find some anise oil ! The search is on icon_biggrin.gif



Hehe i just found some the other day. You can use anise extract. Its the same thing. Anise extract can be found at pretty much any grocery store. I found mine at publix. They might just have it out for the holidays ,but i stocked up! I got 4 bottles. icon_biggrin.gif
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post #20 of 20
What's the conversion from anise oil to extract? I know oil is much stronger so can you substitue more extract without messing up the recipe?
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