Eat Dutch Waffles: 3 Flavors Review

Eat Dutch Waffles: Traditional, Honey Vanilla and Blueberry Review + Giveaway

One of our favorite things to make and eat are waffles. The reason is that waffles are as delicious as they are versatile. Waffles can be eaten with everything from syrup, to chicken, and can be breakfast to dessert.

The other great thing about waffles is that with their versatility comes variations. One variation of waffles are the Dutch Stroopwaffel. The Stroopwaffel is a waffle cookie that is chewy, and syrup flavored.

When I first began blogging I reviewed a Stroopwaffel sample. Ever since that experience I have been a fan of these chewier variations of the waffles we love. I recently came across a company that originated in the Netherlands, and by the travels of a student, has expanded into the United States. The company, Eat Dutch Waffles sent me some of their Stroopwaffel’s for review.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Eat Dutch Waffles. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received an assortment of Eat Dutch Waffles flavors including Traditional, Honey Vanilla and Blueberry.

The first thing to know about Stoopwaffels is that they are basically chewy caramel cookies. There are a couple different ways to eat these including placing the cookie over your hot tea, or they can be warmed up for just under 10 seconds in the microwave. My personal favorite it just to unwrap them and eat them from the package.

As it is currently, Eat Dutch Waffles has 3 flavors available, all of which were good. The first one I tried was the Traditional, which is a simple and traditional flavor of a sweet caramel middle. The next was the Blueberry, which had a nice blueberry flavor, but was not overly strong in the berry flavor. The Honey Vanilla was the final one I tried, and I found it similar in taste and flavor to the Traditional and did not taste much of the vanilla or honey. Had I not known I would have mistakenly thought it was the Traditional – very similar in flavor.

The Stroopwaffel is not only tasty, but simple. The ingredients are simple and include wheat flour, sugar, butter, whole eggs, molasses, sea salt, cinnamon, baking soda, palm fruit oil, soy lecithin. There is no corn syrup, no preservatives, and no trans fats contained therein, Also, if kept at room temperature or cooler, these have a one year shelf life – not that they will last that long.

I will tell you that the texture is chewy, and different than almost any other cookie. That being said, I loved Eat Dutch Waffles! These are a tasty and wonderful treat when I want the waffle experience without the work. I encourage you to give them a try!


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GIVEAWAY: Eat Dutch Waffles is giving one package of Traditional Waffles to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win 1 – 8 count pack (9.6oz) of Traditional Waffles – This is a $8.95 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on March 24th (3/24/2017) to receive this chewy waffle treat! Open to residents in the US and Canada only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Eat Dutch Waffles/DealsAmongUs. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a package Traditional Package of Eat Dutch Waffles






61 thoughts on “Eat Dutch Waffles: 3 Flavors Review

  1. Victoria Scott

    On plain waffles, I like butter and syrup. On flavored waffles, I just like powered sugar 🙂

  2. barbg

    I like to keep my waffles simple. Just some sugar free pancake syrup and I am good. I do like all of the goodies everyone is topping them with now but to me that makes it dessert and not breakfast.

  3. Audrey

    Both of my kids love a combination of peanut butter and syrup on their waffles and on their pancakes LOL

  4. Chelle

    My favorite waffle topping is butter and real maple syrup…with a side of over easy egg & sausage! 🙂


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