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Stroopwafels Deliver Not Only Health Benefits But Finger Licking Taste Too

By James J. Steve Subscribe to RSS | April 20th 2012 | Views:

Every day we expect something new to our breakfast. Besides the cost other concerns make the selection little confusing. Health friendliness, ease to serve and anytime refreshment like aspects are always the main concern. Stroopwafel created in early 1800's by French emperor Napoleon emerge as the best course for anytime supplement. These were invented with a purpose. The purpose was to make France free from reliance upon foreign sugar supply. Really it was great invention that helped the country in great way and today it has become the international favorite as any serving.

Stroopwafels are the delightful and crispy thin paper coasters. These are held together by gooey and rich caramel cinnamon syrup. These are available in variety of packs like the units of 8, 20 or 40 so the buyers can buy any of those as per consumption. These are available in variety of flavors and sizes. Exciting range of gift packing makes it fantastic option for anytime gifting.

100% Butter Dutch Waffle Stroopwafel with Caramel Syrup comes as pack of 40 units. These deliver unique taste and health benefit of cheese. These are quite popular in Dutch towns. Stroopwafels Cookies are made delicious to be served with perfect blend of whip cream, ice cream scoop, coffee and tea. Serving these with coffee cup makes the session more refreshing. Everyone feels the instant energy it delivers. These can be stored even for month in tight cookie jar. If you want to store these delicacies for longer period, refrigerate these to be frozen.

Double Dutch Stroopwafel Waffle Syrup Cookies are more popular in Canada. These are made following the recipe from Holland. Use of specialty ingredients most of which are imported from Holland makes these excellent addition to any time meal menu. These were first made in 1784 in Gouda, the famous City in Netherlands. Traditionally they are used during coffee or tea sessions. Taste innovators do this often to enjoy a different Dutch treat!. Generally it is available in pack of 32 units but some brands offer larger packs also. Normally each round cookie measures about 8.5 cm in dia.

100% Butter oDelish Stroopwafel in Delft Blue Netherlands Tin is made with 100 percent real butter cream and caramel syrupy layer in middle. Its placement over the on top of coffee or tea cups allows the cookie to soften inside caramel filling. It is available in pack of 10 large wafer Stroopwafel units. The variety is so wide that you will never get bore with the same flavor and taste. If you do not get enough options at your city store, try online stores.

James J. Steve - About Author:
James J. Steve is writing the articles for coffeecakes. It offers gourmet gifts that include our best selling gourmet best coffee cake, fruit cakes, Stroopwafel, coffee cup, ceramic travel mug, tea cups and much more.

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