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anyone one who is ITALIAN and on a gluten-free diet - im looking for italian recipes for

pizelles (snowflake shaped cookies) made in a waffle iron

biscotti -sweet ones

taralle - hard bread biscuits

please email me at sonia74@telus.net

My son is 18 mos and is on a Gluten, dairy and soy free diet.

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I really miss my pizzells! We had some regular Gluten loaded pizzells around for christmas and it made me sad. The recipe is from a great aunt in Italy and was wonderful!

If you find a recipe, good or bad, please post it. I'll need to buy a designated pizzelle maker, but it would be worth it!

Thanks!

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I really miss my pizzells! We had some regular Gluten loaded pizzells around for christmas and it made me sad. The recipe is from a great aunt in Italy and was wonderful!

If you find a recipe, good or bad, please post it. I'll need to buy a designated pizzelle maker, but it would be worth it!

Thanks!

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I have a recipe that was my husbands grandmothers Im in the process of breaking it down and trying soon. I need to get a pizzelle iron too. I make them every year for christmas dozens of them . My family depended on them each year > positive biopsy in may , been slowly converting some of my recipes.

I can give you what the original recipe is

6 eggs

3 1/2 cups flour

1 1/2 cups sugar

2 tablespoons anise extract

1 cup melted butter

4 teaspoons baking powder

beat eggs add sugar gradually

add cooled butter and flavoring

sift flour and baking powder

blend into egg mix

heat iron lightly grease as you see iron sticking 3 or 4 ps my old press was used so often and so well didnt need to grease anymore , oh well

so far

im cutting down ingredients because the gluten-free flours dont have the omfs

2 eggs, 1 cup flour plus a few tablespoons

2 tsp anise flavoring

1/3 cup melted butter

1/2 cup sugar

1 1/2 tsp baking powder

I have 2 cookie flour recipes I been playing with for other recipes

1 cup bob mills rice flour

1cup sweet rice (glutenious) plz spell

1 cup asian rice flour

the other is

1/2 cup brown rice flour

1/2 cup white rice flour

1/2 cup sweet rice flour

1/2 cup potato flour plus 2 tbsp potato starch flour

I have used the first mix for muffins and is excellent

the second I have used for cookies my chocolate chips and they turned out well

I posted the original recipe and you probably have a preference in your choice of gluten-free flours . gl

I am hoping to get my iron and start working on this soon so once I work it all out will repost or you can email me at arose 1951@aol.com

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