The Stroopwafel – or “syrup waffle” – is a traditional Dutch cookie originating from Gouda in the Netherlands. No one is certain when people began baking them; one story dates the first stroopwafel in 1784. A baker made cookies out of crumbs from his left over baked goods and put the warm syrup between the cookies. The first known recipe for Stroopwafels dates back to 1840.
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