Say it with us: "Stroopwafel!" Fun. Ed McManness and his family first discovered these famous cookies on vacations to Holland. Ed decided it was time to bring this scrumptious treat to the New World. Once they'd perfected the classic cookie, they decided to try dipping it in chocolate. As the Dutch say, smakelijk!
tip of the tongue
These Dutch treats are best enjoyed warm. Perch one on top of a cup of coffee or tea, so the steam from the drink heats up the cookie and melts the caramel middle. (If you don't have a hot drink handy, you can also pop it in the microwave for about 10 seconds). With the chocolate-covered cookies, this gets a little messy, but we think that's just part of the (delicious) fun. Plus, we love the bonus chocolate ring it leaves on our coffee mugs.
Corn syrup, flour, soy flour, sugar, brown sugar, butter, margarine, eggs, spices and flavoring, chocolate (sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, milk fat, soy lecithin, vanilla. Each pack contains 6 cookies. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles wheat, soy, and peanuts.
- contains dairy.
- Contains eggs.
- contains soy.
- contains wheat.