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Stroopwafels in Vancouver

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Chomp Jan 4, 2010 04:07 PM

A friend of ours was visiting from Holland, and gave us a package of Albert Heijn Stroopwafels. They're round and flat, covered with caramel, and when you put one on top of your mug of tea or coffee for a few minutes, they soften a bit, and are a real treat. Does anybody know if these are available anywhere in Vancouver?

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    Ken Fabok Jan 31, 2011 02:34 PM

    Chomp: Try Kia Foods on Main street, southeast corner at 10th Avenue for those wonderful Stroopwafels! (Top with whipping cream-flavoured with vanilla-and fruit.)

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      minimumharm Aug 24, 2010 04:02 PM

      My favourite packaged stroopwafels are the Shady Maple Farms organic maple variety (they make non-maple ones which are great too). They are absolutely amazing, super-gooey and generally fairly fresh. I've seen them around, but particularly recall (sometimes) at Choices locations, (always) at Drive Organics, and sometimes at Capers/Whole Foods, and Urban Fare.

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        DutchGuy Aug 19, 2010 06:49 PM

        Hi, you can make the stroopwafels at home. Just go to www.stroopwafel.ca and they have the complete package. We got one too and they taste just like you buy them fresh on the market in Holland. Even the ones in the store are usually pretty old and stale.

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          mango36 Jan 7, 2010 01:12 AM

          There is a Dutch food store in New Westminister that has them. If you are in the Seattle area they have them for sure at World Market which has several stores and Trader Joe's also carry them. Yummy!

          1. fmed Jan 4, 2010 06:58 PM

            I get Stroopwaffles at the SuperValu at 1st and Commercial, but I don't recall of they were Albert Heijn.

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              Chomp Jan 4, 2010 11:25 PM

              Brand isn't a big deal.....I'll try other brands!

            2. el_lobo_solo Jan 4, 2010 04:20 PM

              I've bought them at Save-on-Foods before, and if you can get them there I suspect most of the major grocery stores will have them, along with places like Choices.

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                grayelf Jan 4, 2010 06:00 PM

                If they are what I think you're describing, I'm pretty sure I've seen them at Parthenon...

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                  Chomp Jan 4, 2010 11:20 PM

                  Thanks for the tips....I'll check those out! I'm at Parthenon practically once a week!

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                    grayelf Jan 5, 2010 10:28 AM

                    Me too -- perhaps we should have some sort of ID that only other Chowhounds will recognize. Secret handshake? Lapel pin?

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                      Chomp Jan 5, 2010 04:06 PM

                      Ha-ha.....I'll be the one buying scads of feta-stuffed olives!

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