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Stroopwafels in TO

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Stroopwafels in TO

........so.............good.............especially when you place one on top of a hot mug and the steam slightly heats the gooey caramel-like filling *drools*

has anyone seen these on store shelves in TO so that I can stop bugging my friend to bring these back from the neatherlands.
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I wonder if you could make them yourself. I'm not sure how you would bring one back from Holland though.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stroopwafel
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I recall seeing these specifically at the Loblaws @ Bayview Village last week, but I've seen Longo's as well as some specialty shops. And, if I'm not mistaken, one of the stalls at the Nathan Phillips Square Farmer's market. The one in the North-East corner...

With a hot cup of tea, they're soooo yummy...!
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The Shady Maple Farms Organic Stroopwafels, made in Canada, IMO are excellent and are almost as good as the Gouda's Gilde brand that are basically impossible to find in Canada anyhow.

I'm rather surprised that you can't find any Stroopwafels in the GTA. I can find made in Holland Stroopwafels very easily in Vancouver although they pale in comparison to the Gouda's Gilde brand.
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I have seen them at Metro near the bakery section. Can't remember the brand. It's passable but definitely not as good as the ones from Netherlands.
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Costco in Vancouver carries them. Although the west and east selection tends to differ.

Amazon seems to carry them as well
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I saw them in No Frills in Dufferin Mall in the cookie section.
Bought some.
It was from Holland and not bad.
$2.99.
Seen it at some other grocery stores too including other No Frills.
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Dyke hopper checking in here. Try the Dutch store on New St. in Burlington ON, or any other Dutch store like in Guelph or Grimsby. They also pop up in places like the Giant Tiger and some grocery stores as well, especially where there is a large Dutch population in certain Ontario communities.

I don't really care for syrup waffles though. Try the filled almond cakes (gevulde koek) and goat's feet cookies (bokkepootjes) if you want to move up the scale a bit - those are so good! And of course Speculaas, the famous spice cookie of the low countries.

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/21658 ... oats-feet/
https://arrisje.com/gevulde-koeken-almond-paste-cookie/
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Dealmaker1945 wrote: Dyke hopper checking in here. Try the Dutch store on New St. in Burlington ON, or any other Dutch store like in Guelph or Grimsby. They also pop up in places like the Giant Tiger and some grocery stores as well, especially where there is a large Dutch population in certain Ontario communities.

I don't really care for syrup waffles though. Try the filled almond cakes (gevulde koek) and goat's feet cookies (bokkepootjes) if you want to move up the scale a bit - those are so good! And of course Speculaas, the famous spice cookie of the low countries.

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/21658 ... oats-feet/
https://arrisje.com/gevulde-koeken-almond-paste-cookie/
The Dutch Store in Burlington is pure awesome for all dutch treats. I go there regularly. :)

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