Stroopwafel

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Two stroopwafels

A stroopwafel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈstroːpʋaːfəl]  ( listen)) (English translation: syrup waffle or treacle waffle) is a waffle made from two thin layers of baked batter. It has a caramel-like syrup filling in the middle.[1][2] They were first made in the town of Gouda in the Netherlands, in 1784. Bigger versions are sold in the streets as a snack.

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  1. Stroopwafels. Een traditionele Goudse lekkernij. Gouda-Online.nl. Retrieved on 2 January 2008. (Dutch)
  2. Stroopwafel. Van Dale Taalweb. Retrieved on 2 January 2008. (Dutch)