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Welcome to I Love Stroopwafels and our large assortment of caramel wafels.

I Love stroopwafels - Evereybody loves stroopwafels
 

The online market is ever changing and customers are looking for specific products they desire. For that reason I Love Stroopwafels sells just one typical Dutch product. The Stroopwafel, that famous caramel cookie from Holland that everyone loves to eat. 

We would like to get everybody hooked on the stroopwafel or at least, once in their life, take a bite from that delicious caramel filled wafer. 

To accompany your sweet, treacle treat, I Love Stroopwafels also sell some great tea's such as Bondi Chai Latte, Lipton or Pickwick.

The taste of Holland, just try it!


I Love Stroopwafels - We all love stroopwafels


Dutch syrup waffles, but not from a packet, but homemade! It takes a bit of practice, but it's actually pretty easy. You bake the waffles, cut them open when they are still warm and smeared them with syrup. Check out the video of this recipe!



Try it yourself, here's the recipe:

Ingredients
 
Yield: 10 waffles ( 11 cm diameter )
 
Waffle
 
500 g flour
250g butter , melted
150g caster sugar or granulated sugar
2 bags ( each 7 g ) dried yeast
60 ml of lukewarm milk
1 egg
Filling
 
250 ml of syrup
200g brown sugar
50 g (cream ) butter
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
preparation
 
 
 
Preparation time: 15min > Preparation : 20min > Extra time : 45min rise >
Ready in : 1hr 20min

In a large bowl, combine flour, melted butter, sugar, yeast, milk and egg. Knead until smooth, elastic dough. Put the dough down and let rise for 45 minutes.
To make the filling, heat the syrup, brown sugar, butter and cinnamon in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir well and set aside.
 
Preheat a waffle iron. Knead the dough briefly and divide it into balls the size of a ping pong ball ( about 4 cm in diameter ), also depends on the size of your waffle iron. Press ball into the waffle iron and cook the waffles from the iron, until no more steam escapes and the waffle is golden brown. Remove the wafer gently with a spatula or knife to cut the waffle iron and horizontal open while it is still hot. Do not wait too long, because then they will break. Spread some of the syrup mixture in one of the halves and then the other half for it again. Repeat with the other wafers.