Are you a Stroopwafel fan ?
So are we. Crazy about our famous Dutch Stroopwafels.
Orangestroopwafels.com is a division of vandeMeester.com
an international wholesale company for pancakes, poffertjes, waffles, stroopwafel
ingrediënts, equipment and consultancy.
Who can resist a freshly baked stroopwafel. Right?
The Orange stroopwafel offers you the best you can get in stroopwafels.
We offer you a broad range of sizes and qualities of stroopwafels.
We sell stroopwafels by box, by pallet and by container.
Ask us for a quote.
If you ever have been in The Netherlands, like in Amsterdam,
you know you can`t miss it. The delicious smell of a freshly baked stroopwafel will enchant everybody to taste and buy it.
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As a wholesale company we provide clients worldwide with our delicious stroopwafels.
We have our own brand Orangestroopwafels, but we can also provide you with private label.
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The original Dutch siroopwafel, or syrup waffle, is a cookie that is unique to the Netherlands, and has been eaten in the country for centuries. The history of this delicacy dates back to 1784, when a baker from the town of Gouda baked 2 waffles using old crumbs and spices, and glued them together with syrup. Because it was made with leftovers, the siroopwafel was, at the time, a popular pastry among the poor and only known in Gouda. Later the siroopwafel evolved into the stroopwafel as we know today. Every bakery in Gouda now has its own particular recipe for these delicious sweet waffles.
Stroopwafels are made with two thin crispy waffles, filled and glued together with a special caramel syrup. Sometimes honey is added to the filling as well. The best way to eat a stroopwafel is at room temperature, or gently warmed up over a hot cup of coffee or tea. Be careful not to bite into a piping hot stroopwafel as you risk burning your palate and missing out on the flavor!
Besides the packs of stroopwafels you will find in most grocery stores around the country, these sweet cookies are also made the traditional way in many local open-air markets. The delicious scent of the waffles travels through the air and tempts potential customers over to the stands, where the sellers make huge freshly pressed stroopwafels to be eaten while wandering around Amsterdam’s beautiful streets.