Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Stroopwafels

Two weeks ago I showed you some of the cookies from Holland. Today, I thought I showed you more of the stroopwafel (which is one of my favorites). You can literally find them everywhere; at the airport, Hema, Albert Heijn, and any touristy store.

Usually you can buy them with or without a tin box. But I think the tins are so nice that they make for a perfect souvenir gift (it is what I usually get, and everyone seems to love them).
If you happen to be in Amsterdam then you must taste the real deal. Usually I find them at the Albert Cuyp market. This stand is located in the middle of the market - simply look for the sign below.

The stroopwafels that are already packaged are quite good and they keep really well (if they even last you that long), but if you are in Amsterdam then you must experience the fresh ones, they are simply amazing!







We are now in Italy after driving for 3 days. It is not that the trip takes that long, but we stopped in wonderful places along the way. If your curious about our trip then follow me on instagram which is where I'm at on most days!

Have a great day!!
Giova

6 comments:

  1. Our tin of stroopwafels didn't last very long! Thanks again for bringing them. And please take us for some of these delicious looking ones in October!

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  2. Great photos Giova. I'm tempted for some Stroopwafels now ;) x

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    1. Thank you! You should really tried them when you get the chance!

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  3. Hmmmm stroopwafels! They're also a big hit here in France. A few years back I did some stroopwafel business (well without the $) by bringing hundreds of stroopwafels for my French colleagues. Nowadays you can find them here at HEMA and in many supermarkets too. But the real deal is so much better :)

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    1. I had no idea that they were big in France. The real deal is quite amazing, but when that fails go for the tin ;)

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