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[Dollarama] Dutch Waffle Cookies 400g for $1.50 - stroopwafels

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I have found these in two different Dollarama stores. Excellent for Dec 6 Sinterklaas visit.

They are product of Netherlands, and best before 2022/AL/08

These have a caramel filling rather than traditional honey or molasses. They are still very good - but make sure to warm them either over your hot beverage cup for 2 minutes, or microwave for a few seconds - otherwise they are a bit chewy.

The Dollarama marked price is $2.00, but they scan at $1.50.
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baldrick_ca wrote: I have found these in two different Dollarama stores. Excellent for Dec 6 Sinterklaas visit.

They are product of Netherlands, and best before 2022/AL/08

These have a caramel filling rather than traditional honey or molasses. They are still very good - but make sure to warm them either over your hot beverage cup for 2 minutes, or microwave for a few seconds - otherwise they are a bit chewy.

The Dollarama marked price is $2.00, but they scan at $1.50.
is molasses or honey what's traditional? When I visited NL in like 2015 all of the fresh and packaged ones I had were caramel
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When I fly with Delta I would get those Stroopwafles on board. Very good if these are similar.
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jaksdj22 wrote: how much sugar?
package says 13g per 40g wafer
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I probably don't have a good basis of comparison where stroop waffles are concerned, but these kinda suck.
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bpboop wrote: is molasses or honey what's traditional? When I visited NL in like 2015 all of the fresh and packaged ones I had were caramel
I can not speak to NL tradition.
The homemade ones that Dutch people would bring into my work were honey and cinnamon.
Recipes I find on line are molasses.
Many packaged ones indicate caramel.
When these are warmed they are soft and the filling flows easily.
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I've binged on these before. Starts you off with a sugar high, lands you a tummy ache. Very tasty and easy to over-indulge with these.
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If anyone has a problem trying to find these they are next to the insulin.
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These are tasty little treats. Warmed over tea or coffee, very soft.
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baldrick_ca wrote: I have found these in two different Dollarama stores. Excellent for Dec 6 Sinterklaas visit.

They are product of Netherlands, and best before 2022/AL/08

These have a caramel filling rather than traditional honey or molasses. They are still very good - but make sure to warm them either over your hot beverage cup for 2 minutes, or microwave for a few seconds - otherwise they are a bit chewy.

The Dollarama marked price is $2.00, but they scan at $1.50.
They sold a 3 pack of this brand at Costco last year. Was really good…like others have posted it was easy to devour in no time at all. So beware you won’t be able to stop!
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I bought them about a year ago, they weren't any good. Look elsewhere. If I am going to eat a treat, it better be the best quality money can buy.
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gobseck wrote: I bought them about a year ago, they weren't any good. Look elsewhere. If I am going to eat a treat, it better be the best quality money can buy.
That'll never be Dollarama, chief! Lol
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In all Dollarama? or YMMV?
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Caramel is the traditional filling FYI (Source: am Dutch).

Pretty good price for them! Might pick some up and enjoy occasionally with a coffee in the afternoon Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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Just saw these referenced on Brooklyn Nine Nine, like 20 minutes ago. It's a sign.
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Koenv55972 wrote: Caramel is the traditional filling FYI (Source: am Dutch).

Pretty good price for them! Might pick some up and enjoy occasionally with a coffee in the afternoon 😁
How would you rate these in terms of "authenticity" and legit-ness?
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These seem to be an occasional item at Dollarama. I see them in stock about every few months. They're pretty good if you let them sit on top of a mug of coffee to warm up before eating.

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