These tasty organic cookies are a maple lover’s dream –
between two waffle wafers you’ll find a soft filling of organic
maple sugar, which puts the perfect sweetness and chew into these
treats. What was once a delicacy that was nearly impossible to find
outside of Holland (not to mention vegan ones were nonexistent!),
you can enjoy these dairy-free snacks any time, made with the
finest organic ingredients. Each package contains 8 cookies. 8.5
oz. package is $6.39.
Ingredients: Organic wheat flour, organic palm oil,
organic rice syrup, organic cane sugar, organic whole wheat flour,
organic soy flour, organic molasses, sea salt, organic soy
lecithin, organic spices, organic maple sugar, sodium bicarbonate,
natural vegan flavor
My first and favorite stroopwaffle!
From Olive S of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 2/17/2015.
These were recommended to be way before I became vegan. I instantly loved them. They have a delicious maple flavor that isn't overwhelmingly sweet. Other reviewers mentioned the texture. It's true, it's more of a crumbly outside with a dense chewy middle. It reminds me of a waffle that was soaked in maple syrup and then dried out. In a good way though! The texture is *kind of* similar to dried fruit: that dense chewiness that I mentioned. I personally love these! I was so pumped to discover that I can still eat them as a vegan. Yay!
Really love these!
From Leslie Sullivan of Wiscasset, Maine on 3/28/2014.
I've enjoyed these for years. They are an adult treat and I mean that in a good, delicious way. The traditional method Stroopwaffels (maple waffle cookie) are supposed to be eaten is by resting them a top a warm cup of tea (or coffee). The steam softens the waffle and brings out the sweeter side that they hide within and also softens them up as much as you want. The longer they sit up on the warm cup, the softer and sweeter they become. Just don't let them get too soft or they can fall in! These are really extremely wonderful and fun to eat with tea!!!! Try them and have fun finding your "just right" level of sweetness and softness! MMMMMM!
Bad Stroopwaffle knock-off
From Becca of Medina, Minnesota on 4/28/2013.
I'm happy that they have a vegan/oragnic alternative to traditional butter filled Stroopwaffles. I've been to Amsterdam and have had authentic,locally made Stroopwaffles so I know what I'm talking about! These had a stale like taste and texture which made me very sad.
I had high hopes
From Shannon Reeder of Tampa, Florida on 8/20/2009.
From the description I thought I was order sweet mapley cream filled cookies. The texture isn't horrible but it's not the best -- its kind of a chewy stale texture. What has me really disappointed is the lack of sweetness. They have the sweetness of a waffle topped with the amount of maple syrup a mom would give her young child. These aren't god awful and I am still glad I tried them but, I'm not going to reorder and I wouldn't reccomend. Sorry
Like a waffle that has been soaking in maple syrup...in a good way.
From carrottop of Perth, Australia on 10/8/2008.
Canadians know their maple syrup
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