As a part of the stroopwafel baking process, the fresh cookies are cut out into perfect round circles, leaving the “ends” or “edges". Many a friend, family member, or coworker has fought over them. We used to stash them in the freezer and eat them as an after dinner treat or use them to top off our bowl of yogurt in the morning.
In addition to eating these yummy edges straight from the bag, you can also grind them up and use them in recipes. Make crusts, crackers, crumbles and more. Over the coming months we will share recipes with you on how to make your own delicious treats from our delicious treats.
Each recipe will contain time it will take to make them - the actual time by a first time maker rather then how long it takes a professional chef. We will also rate difficulty by number of stroopwafels. Watch this space!
1 stroopwafel = Very Easy. Minimal ingredients and less than 30 minutes from start to finish.
2 stroopwafels = Easy. Minimal ingredients, less than 1 hour to make.
3 stroopwafels= Some Difficulty. Requires additional technique and/or ingredients. Less than 1.5 hours to make.
4 stroopwafels=Greater Difficulty. Requires additional technique and/or ingredients. More than 1.5 hours to make.