Drying time on these is imperative for the design to set. Her molds are beautiful!
I have ordered from House on the Hill, and also Springerle Joy. Both have excellent recipies and molds. Just rolled out my second batch, the first I flavored vanilla, and this second batch I am using almond. I don't think I would like the anise either. In the vanilla batch, I also grated orange peel. I think next time I need to add more vanilla. I started out with 2 molds, and now I have 6 and 3 more on order. Like most cake decorating toys, it becomes addictive! Oh, I must tell you, both companies are very helpful in answering any questions you may have. They both have video on You Tube. Check it out, and good luck.
I recently bought a beautiful hand carved cookie mold, and here is one of the cookies I made for Easter. I flavored mine with orange oil instead of anise, and they were delicious!
Yes, the man that carved this one has so many beautiful designs. I am getting ready to order some more, because I just love his work. I have some of the resin ones, too, but I really love the hand carved wooden molds.
P.S. And I love the taste and texture of the Springerle cookies, too, so another reason to make them. :)