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Thank you to Daelmans for providing me with product, free of charge, in exchange for this honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.

Have you ever heard of Stroopwafels? I hadn’t either until I was asked to review them.

Stroopwafels were invented in Gouda in the late 18th century.  They are similar to a traditional waffle except they are much thinner (like a waffer) and have a syrup filling.

Daelmans Stroopwafels are made with all natural ingredients. They are free of  artificial flavors, colors, preservatives and trans-fat.

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For our review, we received a generous collection of Stroopwafels. We also received a package of Daelmans Amsterdam Cookies.

Stroopwafels can be eaten straight from the package or can be enjoyed after they have rest on top of a steamy beverage for one-two minutes. The steam will warm the Stroopwafels and liquify the syrup filling. Stroopwafels can be thought of as a breakfast treat or a delicious dessert.

On the day our package arrived, my two young daughters and I were home. We decided to try the Stroopwafels straight from the package. My daughters instantly loved them! I thought they had nice flavor, but the texture took me a bit to get use to.

The next day, we warmed our Stroopwafels in the microwave. We all agreed that they were even better warmed. The syrup filling has a nice caramel flavor that compliments the buttery flavor of the Stroopwafel.

 

Daelmans Amsterdam Cookies are absolutely delicious! They are a light buttery cookie that is similar to a shortbread cookie. Each package of Daelmans Amsterdam Cookies has three different shaped cookies that look like canal houses.

 

Buy it: Please visit the Daelmans website to see the great selection of products they offer. Stroopwafels may be purchased in Barnes & Noble Cafes, Cost Plus World Market and other fine food stores.

Connect: Don’t forget to follow Daelmans on facebook, twitter and pinterest for the latest product announcements and special offers.

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This post currently has 6 responses.

  • Deb E

    I know I would love to give these a try since I’m a big fan of pizzelles and have a pizzelle maker I need to use more often. These are great for portion control since I know I cannot eat just one shortbread cookie! I will look for them at Barnes & Noble next time I visit.

  • Dandi D

    I’ve never heard of anything like this before, and I’d really like to try them!

  • ellen beck

    I love any of the Danish or Scandinavian cookies and pastries. To me, they have an old world flavor that is somehow richer and just plain better tasting. These look great and would be fantastic with a nice coffee.

  • Bev

    I’m going to pick some up the next time I stop by B & N. We spent a little bit of time in Amsterdam and had some anise flavored cookies that were sooo good. I want to give them a try. Thanks

  • Lauryn R

    I have never heard of these before, but they sound amazing!! I love foods that can be eaten with coffee or tea, and the syrup in the middle is a delicious idea! 🙂 I would definitely love to try these! The cookies are so cute too, and I’m sure just as good. Thank you so much for your review!

  • kathy downey

    Honestly i have never heard of Stroopwafels before today,but they sure sound like a treat i would enjoy.Thanks for your review!

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