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The Old Mill Stroopwafels, 250g

Product Code: 1407

x R75.00

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The Old Mill Stroopwafels are probably the most famous Dutch cookie there is — warm, golden waffles filled with gooey caramel syrup, delighting your taste buds with each delicious bite. Made using traditional techniques and authentic recipes, these Stroopwafels capture the essence of Dutch culinary heritage!

  • Stroopwafels, 250g
  • Thin, crisp, buttery waffles with a thin layer of cinnamon-flavoured syrup in the centre
  • Place one over your coffee, let the steam melt the syrup inside as you wait for your coffee to cool, then savour the warmed waffle on its own or dipped in your cup
  • Ideal for sharing with friends and family
  • Did you know? Stroopwafels were invented early in the 19th century in the city of Gouda, where a bakery named Kamphuisen created this treasured Dutch cookie

About The Old Mill

Indulge in the rich tradition of Dutch baking with Old Mill. Since 1810, their Stroopwafels, crafted from a 3rd generation family recipe in Gouda, offer a delightful blend of crisp wafers and chewy caramel. Explore a range of artisanal Dutch biscuits, each baked to perfection from time-honoured recipes.


  • Dimensions: 8.5cm L x 8.5cm W x 15.5cm H
  • Weight: 250g
  • Wheat flour, glucose-fructose syrup, sugar, vegetable fat & oil (palm, rapeseed), butter, egg, salt, potato starch, caramelised sugar, sunflower lecithin, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, ammonium bicarbonate), cinnamon, mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids, citric acid

Care Instructions

Store in a cool, dry place.

Warranty Info

This product comes with a 1-year shelf life.

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