@glarue yes, they are delicious!
They have been a special treat for me for several years, as they are normally difficult for me to find locally, but now meh has totally spoiled me with these massive quantity bundles.
@Fuzzalini@Kidsandliz@Kyeh@mthlmw@troy Yup, even though it smelled chocolaty, the taste definitely didn’t compliment it. I’m not going to throw them away, but it’ll be awhile before I make it through the other 7 boxes.
@Kidsandliz@Kyeh@mehbee@mthlmw@troy My boyfriend loves Mexican hot chocolate, and we generally argue about the cinnamon and chocolate thing. To me they are flavors that don’t really mix. Cinnamon overpowers the chocolate. I’m also one of those people who can’t use cinnamon toothpaste because it kills my taste buds. Probably related.
oof I am still slogging my way through the stroopwafels I bought in December. Apparently I am the only person in the house who likes them so…a stroopwafel a day means I still have two more months to go.
@lumpthar I hear you! I bought them in September of last year and used them for Halloween treats. They went over so well that I bought a gross in December. I’m only 2/3 of the way through (they technically expired in February), so I have to sit this one out.
Still have some boxes from the last order. Allegedly “maple” flavor. I think they were packaged by someone named Maple. That’s about as close to tasting maple to me. But, for slightly cinnamonly caramelly goodness they are still pretty darn good.
But, I am going to hold out for just plain caramel tyvm.
Hmm, approx. 25% of the listed ingredients are sugar, and sugar content per waffle is 38.4%. Healthy!!
Besides, aren’t these what happens when your barber can’t decide whether to sharpen his straight razor before shaving you? Oh, no sorry, that’s the strop-waffle…
@MrNews I mean it’s filled with caramel or honey. Those are basically just different forms of sugar. A high sugar content isn’t surprising at all when you’re buying an item that’s supposed to be filled with sugar.
@halcyoncmdr@MrNews Well, the actual caramel (caramelized sugar) is far healthier than the sugar itself (and tastier, in my opinion, too), not as caloric. Although in this case it is likely just a flavouring, not the real stuff. I am also turned off by the glucose syrup that is listed first.