Stroopwafels being the Dutch delicacy of two thin wafels with caramel syrup in the middle (English Wikipedia). They were originally made in Gouda in the 19th century. In my opinion, the best way to eat them is from a street vendor while they are still warm. There is a local company by the name of Van Schaik (official website) which makes them. Usually they have a street stand but recently they also opened a store in the same area on Venstraat.
Marco and I took a walk on Sunday and spotted a few cute heart-shaped stroopwafels in their shop window:
You can also get them in the tourist tins (which sell really well, I’m sure).
The sugar waffles above are what caught Marco’s eye in the first place.
But the coolest thing was definitely this bucket of stroopwafel pieces. Holy moly! That is a LOT of stroopwafel. My only fear with bringing that home is that I wouldn’t be able to stop eating them…