Stroopwafels

Introduction: Stroopwafels

About: I started my own company called Sweet Wishes about 6 six years ago. I teach candy making and cake decorating classes for kids birthday parties and other groups. I enjoy trying new recipes and my husband, E...

Stroopwafels are a traditional Dutch cookie.  My husband is from Holland and I became addicted to them after my first visit there. They're difficult to find in the US and when we do, they're usually a poor, stale substitute for the real thing.  We decided to try making our own after finding them in a Dutch cookbook. 

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    Supernewby
    Supernewby

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I love stroopwafels, but you have some special sort of patience to make these. I bet they taste so delicious with homemade caramel.

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    JudyVer
    JudyVer

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I'm brand new to instructables and obviously uploaded my pictures incorrectly. If anyone wants to give me a tutorial, please feel free to do so. My comments for each photo can be seen by clicking the "i" box in the corner. I'll get it right next time!

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    wde laat
    wde laat

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    And if you don't have time to make them, but still want to serve guests this tasty treat, check out www.ilovestroopwafels.com Baked fresh in the USA :)

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    Fypsigon
    Fypsigon

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I love Stroopwafels!!!!! And now I can make my own!!!! Thank you very, very much!