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Dutch Syrup Waffle | Stroopwafel | Dutch Waffle Company - InRugCo Studio & Gift Shop
Dutch Syrup Waffle | Stroopwafel | Dutch Waffle Company - InRugCo Studio & Gift Shop

Dutch Syrup Waffle | Stroopwafel | Dutch Waffle Company

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Local Handcrafted 100% Authentic Dutch Stroopwafel

Proudly baked and made by hand using the finest flower and butter in America's Heartland in Nappanee, Indiana by the Dutch Waffle Company. 

Warm your stroopwafel over your morning cup of coffee or tea for the most decicadent bite that will awaken your tastebuds like no other! This mouth watering treat will easily become a staple in your pantry. Beautiful packaging makes it an easy gift. 

  • 8 Waffles Per Package
  • Traditional Dutch Recipe
  • Non-GMO

Delivery Options - Questions? Please text or call  us at 574-303-8820

 In-Store Pickup: Pick up your stroopwafels at our InRugCo location. We will communicate via email or phone when your order is ready for pickup. 

Contactless Doorstep Delivery: We will personally deliver to your house within a 25 mile radius of our store in Mishawaka, IN. We will communicate with you through text / phone when you can expect your order. Our goal is to fulfill orders ASAP once we receive them. 

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The History of the Stroopwafel

Stroopwafels were first made in Gouda during the late 18th century.. That’s why they are still also called “Goudse Wafel”  (Waffle from Gouda) One story ascribes the invention of the stroopwafel to the baker Gerard Kamphuisen, which would date the first stroopwafels somewhere around 1810, the year he opened his bakery.  Stroopwafels were not found outside Gouda until 1870, by which point the city was home to around 100 syrup-waffle bakers.  Originally the Stroopwafels were made from cookie crumbs and left over dough with syrup poured over it. That’s why they were called “poor man’s cookie”

After 1870 stroopwafels began to appear in other cities, and in the 20th century, factory-made stroopwafels were introduced. By 1960, there were 17 factories in Gouda alone, of which four are still open. Today, Stroopwafels are sold at markets, by street vendors, and in supermarkets, and since 2016 United Airlines has been serving stroopwafels as a breakfast snack on its domestic flights.

More and more Americans are getting to know the Syrup Waffle and by now the Syrup Waffle is sold in more than 85 countries over the world.

 The Dutch Waffle Company takes part in the introduction of the syrup waffle in the USA

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