|Close Up view they look like snowflakes|
|Ingredients for Pizzelles|
|Mix together all ingredients except flour and powder sugar|
|Gradually add flour|
|Grease Pizzelle Irons and add one tablespoon to iron in center|
|Once done dust with powder sugar|
|Ingredients for Fried Oreo's|
|Dusty mixing the Oreo dipping mix|
|Daddy helping Dusty Mix|
|Colby and Dusty continue to Mix|
|Silly Faces Oreo's Done|
|Yummy!! Who would have thought????|
In my last post I had told you about hubby getting on board this cooking thing...which was so cute, he decided he would make those famous FRIED OREO'S I did a quick search and printed the recipe from All Recipes.com and off they were to making them...I was right proud of daddy and they did so well. I have seen these are fairs, and carnivals...but have never tried them. It just sounded too gross but boy was I wrong...they are the devil! OMgosh!! They are Yummy with a capital Y! Never ever expected that!! Now I have a new carny food to purchase...LOL!!! I feel like the double stuff would work better but when you live in the middle of Nowhere...lol you tend to use what is on hand. Let me know if you try them.
6 eggs, beaten
3 tsp. of baking powder
1 cup of butter melted
1 3/4 cups of sugar
2 Tablespoons of Vanilla flavoring (you can use lemon, anise, almond)
3 1/2 - 4 cups of flour (all purpose)
1 Tablespoon of vegetable oil
1/4 cup of milk
Powder Sugar for dusting
Mix together all ingredients except the flour and powder sugar.
Using the mixer on medium speed then gradually add the flour sugar and mix well until the mixture is dough like and can be dropped unto greased Pizzelle iron a tablespoon at a time. Usually bake on the iron for 30-40 seconds. They will burn so watch closely. You can use a waffle iron too...they will be thicker. Fun to make!!
This recipe is mine that I had over the years, I used to make them on the waffle iron, then we found a Pizzelle iron at Bed Bath and Beyond using that 20% coupon (sign up for their emails), it was so exciting to finally find one that was not a huge price. They one day coming back from the chiropractor we stopped at this tiny thrift store in the country outside a gas station and still in the box with a $15 tag a Pizzelle iron...I was like yeah!! So when I got to the cashier she said how about $8.00 (I didn't even haggle her) well YES!!!! So now I have two!! The kids love them and they are very light too. Easy for little hands. Have a wonderful weekend!! Cyber Hugs!! Dawn Gallop
MMMMM Pizzelles!!! I love pizzelles..I might have to make some when I go visit my parents this week :)
Here is my family Pizzelle recipe.
Post a Comment