Yes Stroopwafels are soft, at least when you warm it up on your cup. The heat will soften the caramel and make it creamy. Therefore a heated Stroopwafel is soft, but normally they are more crispy then soft.
Yes, Daelmans Stroopwafels are definitely crispy. Daelmans Stroopwafels are made of a delicious caramel syrup filling squeezed in between two thin layers of freshly baked dough. The Stroopwafels are the perfect balance of crispy and sweet.
The manufacturing of the Stroopwafels takes place at the production location located in Oss, Netherlands. The head office of Daelmans Stroopwafels is based in Nieuwkuijk.
The taste of a Stroopwafel is soft, fragrant and rich. Each Stroopwafel is loaded with caramel that gets all mixed up and chewy once you bite into it. As it starts melting on your tongue, you will be carried along by a thick stream of lava-like stroop.
Stroopwafels are made of a delicious caramel syrup filling – ‘stroop’. This stroop is squeezed in between two thin layers of freshly baked dough. Each Stroopwafel is loaded with caramel that gets all mixed up and chewy onze you bite into it.
Stroopwafels have three different sizes. Daelmans Jumbo Stroopwafels have a diameter of 9 cm / 3.54 inch, Daelmans Mini Stroopwafels have a diameter of 4,5 cm / 1.77 inch and Daelmans regular Stroopwafel have a diameter of 8 cm / 3.14 inch. Have a look at the product information for the sizes per Stroopwafel.
No, Daelmans Stroopwafels do not contain any (traces of) peanuts, nuts and sesame. Daelmans Stroopwafels are made in a facility where no peanuts, nuts or sesame are processed.
Daelmans Stroopwafels do not contain egg. Daelmans Stroopwafels are produced in a facility where no egg is present. However, this does not apply to the Best Bakeries gluten-free Stroopwafels, they are produced in a different facility and do contain egg.
No. Sometimes it is confusing that there is “Bourbon Vanilla” in the Daelmans Stroopwafels. However, Bourbon Vanilla does not refer to the Bourbon drink, but to the Island of Bourbon (nowadays Madagascar) where the vanilla comes from.
Daelmans Stroopwafels are not lactose-free or dairy-free. With the exception of the Gluten Free Stroopwafels, these are both lactose-free and dairy-free.
The mono and diglycerides of fatty acids (or E471) used in Daelmans Stroopwafels are from plant origin. Therefore the Daelmans Stroopwafels are suitable for vegetarians.
Daelmans stroopwafels are Halal suitable: they do not contain any additives with an animal origin. Daelmans stroopwafels (with the exception of gluten-free stroopwafels) are Kosher Dairy certified via Triangle K.
The Original Daelmans Stroopwafels are not gluten free. Our Stroopwafels are typically made with the ingredients wheat and dairy. The ingredient wheat contains gluten. But we do have delicious gluten free Stroopwafels. You can find them on our international webshop.
No, Daelmans Stroopwafels are not vegan. All Our Stroopwafels are made with butter which contains milk. The Daelmans organic honey Stroopwafels contain organic honey. Therefore Daelmans Stroopwafels are unsuitable for vegans.
Yes, Daelmans Stroopwafels are halal. Our Stroopwafels are Kosher Dairy certified true Triangle K. The ingredients that are used for the Stroopwafels meet the strictest criteria of what makes products Kosher. The dairy that is used for the Stroopwafels is coming from a kosher animal.
Inside a Stroopwafel there is a delicious caramel syrup filling, ‘stroop’ as we say in Dutch. The caramel syrup filling is squeezed between two thin layers of freshly baked dough. The syrup filling holds the two waffle halves together.
The amount of calories of our Stroopwafels varies because of the different ingredients and sizes. We recommend you to look at the product information under the heading ‘nutrients`. You can find there how many calories our Stroopwafels contain.
Yes, Daelmans Stroopwafels are vegetarian. The mono and diglycerides of fatty acids (or E471) used in Daelmans Stroopwafels are from plant origin. Therefore the Daelmans Stroopwafels are suitable for vegetarians.
The Stroopwafel nutrition varies because of the different ingredients and sizes. I recommend you to look at the product information under the heading ‘nutrients`. Overthere you can find the nutrients of our Stroopwafels.
Yes, Stroopwafels do contain proteins. Due to the different ingredients and sizes the amount of protein differs. I recommend you to have a look at the product information under the heading ‘nutrients’. Overthere you can find the amount of proteins per Stroopwafel.
The shelf life of Daelmans Stroopwafels is approximately 5 – 9 months unless otherwise indicated. If the Stroopwafels have an expiry date less than 4 months, we will indicate the expiry date in the product information.
Are you placing a larger order and would you like to know the exact expiry date? Then please contact us.
The Daelmans Stroopwafels are best stored in a dry, dark place in a closed pack or box. Never store the Stroopwafels in a warm place. Stroopwafels are sensitive for temperature differences and syrup may leek out when storage temperature is to high.
We would not advise feeding your dogs Stroopwafels, since dogs have their own food. You wouldn’t eat dog food right, when you have Stroopwafels to eat ;).
Yes, you can cook Stroopwafels yourself. Have a look at ‘Daelmans Stories’ for some recipes. You can also warm it up on your cup, which makes the Stroopwafel really creamy and soft. Your Stroopwafel is now awake!
Daelmans Stroopwafels are made with only the best ingredients. We don’t have a recipe on how to make our Stroopwafel. But we do have several other delicious recipes with Stroopwafel in it. Have a look at our stories for some recipes.
Our Stroopwafels are a delicious snack for every moment of the day, but especially with your favorite cup of coffee or tea. Warm the Stroopwafel on top of your hot drink, we call it ‘wake the waffle’. It is an old Dutch ritual to get more out of your Stroopwafel.
How to eat a Stroopwafel may differ. Our favorite way to thoroughly enjoy your Stroopwafel is to warm it up over a steaming hot cup of coffee or tea. It is an old Dutch ritual called ‘Wake the wafel’. It only takes three steps:
1. Rest a Stroopwafel on top of your hot cup of coffee or tea
2. Wait for about two minutes to allow the caramel to get all soft and melty
3. Your wafel is now awake. Go on then, bite into the gooey goodness!
No, it’s not necessary to register. However, by registering you do get access to your order history.
Go to my account at the top of the screen. Click ‘Lost your password?’. Enter your username or email address and you will receive a link to create a new password via email.
Yes, you can! In order to place a repeat order, you’ll have to log in to your account. Go to My orders and click below actions on the View button. You’ll be taken to the order screen. Below the total amount of your order, you’ll see a order again button. If you click this, all the items from your order will be placed in the shopping cart for re-ordering.
We can’t apply a discount afterwards. Very unfortunate of course, but it’s unrealistic to adjust all orders afterwards.
Yes, we still have enough capacity to handle all orders. It may well be that our delivery services are getting busier as more and more people are ordering online.
Our bakery bakes fresh Stroopwafels every day, taking into account RIVM regulations.
Yes, your shipment may unfortunately be delayed in the current situation. Because it is getting busier with our delivery services, your parcel may be on the road longer than you are used to.
We realize that it is important to receive your order just then. The deliverers will keep their distance during delivery or place orders at your front door to avoid physical contact.
The chance of infection via mail or parcel is very small, but we do of course advise you to wash your hands regularly.
We ship all of our stroopwafels as fresh as possible. We ship our orders with UPS Ground* from our warehouse in New Jersey. For personalized tins, a delivery time of 5 – 10 working days applies. Your shipment may unfortunately be delayed because of the Covid-19 virus . It is getting busier with our delivery services, your parcel may be on the road longer than you are used to.
No, we currently do not ship to PO Boxes, as UPS does not offer this service.
As stated in our Terms and Conditions (Article 8), you cannot return perishable products – such as Stroopwafels – to us. This is part of the Consumer Rights Directive, issued by the European Commission. All sales are final.
You can return non-food items: in our case the Waffle Warmer and the Stroopwafel postcards.
A Dutch Stroopwafel is a cookie made of two thin layers of freshly baked dough. Each waffle is richly filled with a syrup that holds the waffle halves together. Our Stroopwafels are the perfect balance of crispy and sweet.
A Stroopwafel cookie is made of freshly baked dough. A Stroopwafel cookie is crispy which makes it really delicious. The cookie is sliced in two thin layers before the stroop is added in between.
Stroopwafel literally means syrup waffle. The Stroopwafel owes his name to the ingredients it is made of. Daelmans Stroopwafels are made of a delicious caramel syrup filling, we call it ‘stroop’ in Dutch. This ‘stroop’ is squeezed between two thin layers of freshly baked dough, the waffle.
The meaning of Stroopwafel is syrup waffle. Syrup because of the delicious caramel filling that is inside and waffle is from the two thin layers of fresh baked dough.
Stroopwafel is pronounced as: stroːpʋaːfəl. Stroopwafel literally means syrup waffle. The Stroopwafel owes his name to the ingredients it is made of.
Stroopwafel is said as: stroːpʋaːfəl. It is good to know, but tastier to eat ;).
Stroopwafels are Dutch (language). They are a typical Dutch authentic product. Therefore ‘Stroopwafel’ is a Dutch name.
There are some really nice Stroopwafels quotes, here are a few of them..
– Experience the magic of stroop!
– Warm it up on your cup!
The translation of Stroopwafel is syrup waffle, but that is the exact translation. You can also call it caramel waffle or treacle waffle.
Yes, Stroopwafels are Dutch. They are a typical Dutch authentic product. The first Stroopwafels were made in Gouda during the late 18th century. Today, Stroopwafels are sold and eaten all over the world.
No, Stroopwafels are not German. A Stroopwafel is a typical Dutch authentic product. The Stroopwafel was invented by a baker in the Netherlands, somewhere between the 1700s and mid 1800s.
The Stroopwafel was invented somewhere between the late 1700s to the mid 1800s. The exact origins of Stroopwafel are a mystery. The only thing that is known is that the Dutch Stroopwafel was conceived in Gouda.
It is not really clear who invented the Stroopwafel. The first Stroopwafel manufactory was built in Gouda in 1837. Bakery Kamphuisen say they have been making Stroopwafels since 1810. Therefore they are seen as the inventors of the Stroopwafel.