- From Dutch stroopwafel ("syrup waffle"). (Wiktionary)
“Stroopwafels - Think of a waffle cone cut into three-inch circles with two of the circles joined by a thin layer of caramel and you've got yourself a stroopwafel.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The stroopwafel, shown here, is a sweet Dutch treat made with two waffle-like wafers with syrup pressed in-between.”
“Jessica introduced me to the art of stroopwafel eating and I'm grateful - these are amazing.”
“Check the Aelbert Cuyp Market to see if the stroopwafel man is there.”
“While you can buy prepackaged stroopwafels at any Albert Heijn grocery store, there is nothing like a freshly-made stroopwafel the size of a dinner plate.”
“The flight had a brief layover in Amsterdam, which gave me time for a stroopwafel, before I arrived in Egypt.”
“Julia Cawley eats a Dutch stroopwafel, a skinny waffle cookie with a caramel filling, from”
“Pruisken spent winter break researching Holland's stroopwafel factories and returned with an industrial waffle iron and a new source of advice - the Dutchman who sold Pruisken the iron.”
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