Sunday, November 15, 2009

Stroopwafels Batch 13 Nov 09

My New Stocks arrived last week :)

Purchase any Combinations of 3s and get a discount of RM10 off*! (excluding Kanjers Duo Packets)
Purchase 3 rolls Originals (RM78 after discount) and save RM12!

1. Stroopwafel in a Tin. Really nice tin with Dutch Inspired images. 10 pieces of Stroopwafels in a Tin. Perfect as gifts. RM45/Tin

2. Original Stroopwafels. Gooey Caramel will appear sandwiched in between two light wafels if you gently put it over the mouth of a cup of hot beverage. 3 inch diameter rounds. RM30 / roll of 10 pcs OUT OF STOCK!

3. Jumbo sized Original Stroopwafels by a different brand. Slightly creamier taste due to higher % cream in butter used for this brand. 3.5 inch diameter rounds. RM35/roll of 10 pieces

3. Honey Stroopwafels. One of my personal favourites as this is best eaten with a hot cup of tea. I usually eat these with a steaming cup of Earl Grey Tea but I do eat these on its own too. Yummy! RM35/Roll of 10 pcs

4. Fruit Stroopwafels. Instead of caramel or honey, you'll get a jammy mixture of passionfruit and apricots in this pack of stroopwafels. This is not as sweet as the conventional stroopwafels and I can eat these on its own. However, it'd taste even better if it was warmed over a cup of hot beverage such as hot tea, coffee or milk. RM35/8 pcs in a pack. 3.5 inch diameter rounds.


5.) As each duo pack is opened, you can see and sniff its freshness. The golden brown wafel with the gooey caramel syrup oozing out slightly from within. This packet is great for tasting if you do not wish to fork out too much money and is easy to carry around. RM6 / duo pack. Introductory Price for people who want to taste stroopwafels! Original price after this batch will be RM9.50 per duo packet!

Do email me at if you are interested in purchasing any of these delectable treats.

I prefer to deal COD for better quality and trustability. Please allow 1 to 2 days in advance notice. I am in Petaling Jaya and can meet up for COD at the following places

Petaling Jaya Areas (Weekdays 6.30pm till 7pm. Other Timing to be confirmed via email)
1.) Kelana Jaya Putra LRT
2.) Taman Bahagia Putra LRT
3.) Paramount Putra LRT
4.) Asia Jaya Putra LRT
5.) Taman Jaya Putra LRT

Kuala Lumpur Areas (Timing can be confirmed via email)
1.) KLCC
2.) Nikko Hotel / Menara Citibank
3.) Sungai Wang Shopping Center
4.) Pavilion KL

Weekends (Timing can be confirmed via email)
1.) Coffee Ritual, Section 14 (location at
2.) One Utama
3.) The Curve
4.) Tropicana Mall

Courier services is also available if you are not in convenience to meet up but that will mean money must be banked in first.

Please store the stroopwafels in a cool place. If you don't plan to eat them within a week or two, please store the stroopwafels in the freezer as their shelf life is short (approx 3 months). The stroopwafels keep up to a year in the freezer. If you store in the freezer and want to eat, best way to defrost is to take out from freezer and put in your fridge for a few hours. That way, it won't turn too soggy if compare that you take out from freezer to room temperature.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Sales Batch 11 Oct 09

I am actually selling these now.

The Original (10pcs x 3inch diameter rounds) - 1 roll at RM30.00, 3 Rolls at RM78.00 . You save RM12.

The Minis (25 pieces x 1.5inch rounds) - 1 Pkt at RM32.00, 3 Pkts at RM86.00, you save RM10.00

I am currently out of stocks for the below that sold out really fast

The Jumbo Originals (10pcs x 3.5 inch diameter rounds) at RM35 each. They were sold mainly as Combination Packages

Honey Stroopwafels (10pcs x 3.5 inches diameter rounds). 1 roll for RM35 and were mainly sold as part of combinations package

Here's what I plan to bring in next month

Fruit filled Stroopwafels (6 pieces)

Stroopwafels In A Tin (10 pieces)

Last but not least, Yummy Kanjers Stroopwafels! (8 pieces)

Stay Tune for more updates. Please email me at if you wish to purchase any Original and Mini Stroopwafels.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Kanjers Stroopwafels

Last weekend, I couldn't resist the temptation and decided to try the Kanjers Stroopwafels after being so curious as to why the Hollandse Club in Singapore is selling 2 pieces at SGD6!

This is the regular sized Kanjers Stroopwafels Duopack. I always wondered what was duopack till I opened this packet and found that there are 4 individual packs of 2 pieces stroopwafels each in.

A handy pack of 2s that you can carry around.

Wow...the golden brown color of the Stroopwafel encased in a sealed packet. The wafel is still crisp.

Hunny heating up the stroopwafel over his cup of Sumatra Single Origin Bean Coffee from Coffee Ritual at Sec 14, PJ. Heating it to further liquidise the gooey caramel in between the wafels.

Sorry...we forgot to snap the photos of the after effect as we were both gobbling the delicious wonder SG is selling this particular brand so expensive. Fret not, If I do bring this brand in, I will not sell as expensive as Singapore.

Can you spot the ingredients in English? Concentrated Butter....yums! sinful...!!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

My Yummy Dutch Stash

Today my stash of Dutch Goodies arrived via UPS (3 days instead of my usual 2 weeks wait)...all 17kgs of Yum Yum stuff~~~.....

These are StroopKroken. I think it's cookies with a Stroop (Spiced Caramel Syrup) filling in between.

These are fruit filled Stroopwafels. I wondet how it tastes like. It contains Peach, Apricot as well as Passionfruit.

My favorite type of stroopwafels...the Honey filled stroopwafels. Yummy. I haven't tasted this brand before - Albert Hejin (a popular retail brand in Netherlands).

This is so far my favourite Honey Stroopwafels by Vess Banket. They are not as sweet as the original ones and are less chewy...more "bite" to them. I can eat a whole 3.5 diameter piece and still wish for more.

These Jumbo Originals fit nicely into Coffee Ritual's cups without falling in. They contain more butter than the 1st batch (Bakkerjoop) that I brought in and tastes much richer and chewier and not too sweet either according to my Hunny.

Kanjers seem to be a popular brand when I do a google search. They are also one of the most expensive stroopwafels in online sites. These are mini Stroopwafels in a paper carton. I wonder what they taste like....

In the box are 6 individual packs of 2 mini stroopwafels each.

These are the regular sized Kanjers stroopwafels.

These minis are by Albert Hejin. Will taste and ledt you know later how they fare.

This is by Daelman's for Mini stroopwafels. It's another popular brand and they are better known for their stroopwafels in a tin.

Mini Stroopwafels by Vess Banket.

Daelman's Stroopwafels in a Tin Can. A very authentic Dutch Gift.

Dutch peanut butter is unlike our usual peanut butters here in Malaysia. Apparently, the peanut butter is more fragrant and has little sugar added to them.

These are also another Dutch traditional snack of Speculaas which are also known as spiced biscuits. Best enjoyed with tea or coffee.

Brinta is a type of Breakfast porridge. I will taste it and review it later.

Overseas coffee are roasted on its own or sugar with wood chips. Hence they are not as fragrant as our Malaysia's local coffee. The enterprising Dutch came up with a coffee flavour enhancer called Buisman Royal Aroma. Will get Hunny to try it with his coffee next weekend.

Look at my stash of Stroopwafels. Some I ordered only 1 each to taste as sample whilst others I ordered in 6s or 12s. I am selling these yummies...please do see my sales page here. You can order your stocks here or joining in as a member in that forum. Stocks are limited! Keeps well in room temperature for 2 to 3 months and up to 1 year in the freezer.

These are the ones that I'll be tasting before deciding to bring any in.

Do check out here for my selling thread. Yes! I am selling most of these goodies!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Bunny's Stroopwafels Affair

My love for Stroopwafles began when my 3rd sis (Haruki's Mama) was always travelling to Europe for business and leisure trips and came back with a few rolls of these goodies. Stroopwafles originate from Nederlands and is a flat waffle sandwiched with a rich buttery spiced syrup.

The Dutch enjoys the Stroopwafles with their tea, coffee, ice cream, desserts or even on its own. My friend, sdg (a SQ air stewardess) managed to buy 3 rolls back for me during one of her flight routes. I really enjoyed them so much that now I import them in to so that I could continue to enjoy them.

Here's my friend enjoying her stroopwafle with a cup of delicious single bean original coffee from Coffee Ritual (at Section 14, PJ).

Firstly, take a piece of Stroopwafle out and place it over the cup of steaming black coffee. This is to let the syrup in between the sandwiched wafle heat up a little whilst absorbing the fragrant coffee steam.

Next up, you can now consume the stroopwafle with your hot coffee or tea. Make sure your coffee or tea is unsweetened or lightly sweetened as the stroopwafle is rather sweet on its own already. I normally like to tear my stroopwafle apart to see the gooey syrup come out...yummy!

I am currently bringing in more fresh stroopwafles and if you are interested in purchasing a roll or 2 or 3, please drop me a comment at this blog with your email and I will advise you on the pricing. The Stroopwafles are flown in using air freight as they have a short shelf life of 2 to 3 months in room temperature and up to 1 year in the freezer.

For Singaporeans, I can courier in some Stroopwafles if you want to eat as I get in fresh stocks every month. Most are only made when I place the order. Do drop me a mail at if you wish to purchase. Please note that delivery may take up to 1 month if I am out of stocks. Highly recommended are the Kanjers and Honey Stroopwafels as these 2 do not melt easily.