Pizzelle Tubes


These pizzelle tubes are my favorite from my childhood.Crispy,buttery sweet treats.I like it plain put you can also fill them in with whipped cream, Dulce de leche or jello combined with whipped cream.It took me a while to find this perfect recipe for pizzelles stay crunchy the next day.Thanks to my sister-in-law Lyuba for sharing the recipe with me.

6 eggs
1 cup sugar
2 sticks butter (melted)
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon vanilla extract


Beat eggs with sugar.
Add butter and mix.
Add baking powder to flour then transfer the flour to the eggs and butter.
Mix to combine all the ingredients until you will get a smooth batter.

Preheat the pizzelle maker, and bake the pizzelles.When done, roll them in to a tube quickly; they become hard fast. Enjoy with coffee or tea!

dulce de leche  (everyones favorite)- here is a great way to make it  http://natashaskitchen.com/2012/03/02/dulce-de-leche-cooked-sweetened-condensed-milk/
You can fill them plain dulce de leche or add crushed nuts such as toasted walnuts,hazelnuts or peanuts.
Also you can add 1 stick butter(room temp.) mix using a hand blender or mixer.


  1. fantastic

  2. Ohh, trubochki!!!! My kid's favorite. Looks fantastic, beautiful picture.:))

  3. Thank you Inessa!My kids favorite too.

  4. Oh dear, those are so delicious! I haven't seen it in such a long time that I forgot they exist!

  5. Nice to see something traditional out here sometimes. Thanks for posting these treats.

  6. You're welcome,Enjoy!

  7. Yes, so good,they will melt in your mouth.

  8. I bet is crispy to eat. They looks a bit like chinese egg rolls. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Hey sweetie what kind of pizzele maker do you have? looks good!

  10. Hi, I have VillaWare Prego! pizzelle baker. I ordered it online.

  11. Can you post trubochki filling cream that you can add inside?

  12. Sure, I will do it for you.

  13. Thanks your so sweet! love your recipes. I check ur webpage everyday!!!:)

  14. These are incrediable!!!! Make them all the time they melt in ur mouth thanx nadia so much for sharing this lovely recipe! i was also wondering if you bake bread in the bread maker or oven? -aliana

  15. Nadia, does it have to be pizelle maker or ice cream horn maker or regular waffle maker will work also? -rita

  16. not waffle maker for sure, and don't know about ice cream cone maker never tried, but pizzele maker would be the best.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Thank you very much! Will look for it online!!! Love ur blog very much! May God bless you! -Rita

  18. Thank you Rita! I saw it at Bed bath and beyond, but I got mine online.Blessings to you as well.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Nadia can i double the recipe?

  20. yes.

  21. Yummm..making those for Christmas..my favorite cream for these
    2 sticks of butter
    4 oz cream cheese cream together with butter
    1/2 can condensed milk add little at a time to cream while mixing so the cream stays fluffy

    • Delightsofculinaria says:

      Thanks Marina for sharing your recipes. The cream sounds delicious. I don’t fill them with cream cause it makes them soft.Unless I fill them before serving.btw I’m making them for christmas too.I’ll try with your cream.Thanks again!

  22. I fill them with cream right before serving so they stay crisp:)

  23. Those look fantastic! Thanks for sharing my dulce de leche tutorial :) You’re awesome! Merry Christmas! :)

  24. Thanks so much for the recipe

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