Sunday, April 22, 2012

Direct From the Netherlands


As silly as this may sound, I wanted to show you what these look like before I eat the entire package!  I LOVE DUTCH STROOPWAFFLES!

If you never tasted these caramel delights, I would strongly urge you to order some.  Of course, I'm fortunate.  I get mine from my friends, Diny and Menno, who live outside of Amsterdam.  This year, they gave them to my daughter to bring home to me when they were in Aruba.

Stroopwaffles are large enough to place over a cup of hot, steaming tea or coffee just long enough to soften them, making them a chewy caramel melt in your mouth delicacy!

The water for my tea is heating as I type.


15 comments:

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

I'll have to check the Dutch Toko downtown and see if they carry them.

Nancy Claeys said...

Live and learn! :) Besides, "strooplewaffles" is fun to say!

enjoy JP!

Sandra said...

i love anything with the word caramel in it. yuuumm

momto8 said...

I have nerver haerd of this...sounds yummy! thanks for teaching me something today!!
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TexWisGirl said...

stroopwaffles! what a great word!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I hope I get to try one some day! :-)

Lydia Criss Mays said...

Oh my goodness, YUM! Where can I find these online? And, how fun that they seep your coffee or tea? Delicious and fun! Going to search for them now...

Happy seeing (and tasting) beautiful!

EG CameraGirl said...

I have never had any but they do sound yummy!

Ashling said...

Oh my, get thee behind me, temptation! They sound sooo good. Hope you enjoyed every crumb!

Ann said...

I've never heard of them but they sure sound good. My hot cup of coffee is looking a little sad right now because it doesn't have anything yummy like that warming over top of it :)

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Oooh, lucky you - those are tasty!! I love 'em, too.

Chatty Crone said...

Believed it or not we have them here. sandie

val's alentejo blogspot.com said...

I love stroopwaffles.. My daughter in law is Dutch and her mum, sometimes brings them back from Holland . I am glad I cant buy them here! I would be eating them all day.
Danki JP.
val

laurak@forestwalkart said...

StrOOpWaFFles!! never heard of 'em...but i love how they sound!!

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

Stroopwaffles....stroop is the Dutch word for syrup....we have them right here in good old Guelph Ontario in the Dutch Toko store. Piles of them...two or three different brands. I bought some. I brought them home. I ate them. Yes I did. Were they good? Is the Pope Catholic?

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