The stroopwafel (literally “syrup waffle”) was first made in Gouda either during the late 18th century or the early 19th century by a baker using leftovers from the bakery, such as breadcrumbs, which were sweetened with syrup.
Originally the waffles had a diameter of about 10 centimetres (3.9 in), but they are now available in sizes varying between 5 and 25 centimetres (2.0 and 9.8 in). Stroopwafels are sold on the streets, at markets, and in stores like supermarkets. Stroopwafels that are being sold outside of the Netherlands may be smaller and more expensive than in the Netherlands. The Dutch also add stroopwafels to ice cream and other snacks. The snack may be eaten at room temperature or may be warmed first, such as by placing it over a cup of hot coffee or tea.
We will bring the Belanda Cookies “mini-stroopwafels” made in Holland to Malaysia, expecting at the end of August 2019.
A bag of mini-stroopwafels contains 20 pieces of delicious cookies.
Introduction price at only RM15 per bag!