Dutch Stroopwafels are given a chocolate makeover in this fun recipe. Gooey caramel filling is sandwiched between two thin, crispy chocolate cookies for a unique treat that is every bit as good as the original!
Stroopwafels. If you've ever tried this classic Dutch dessert, you'll know how incredible the buttery layers of thin and crispy cookies and warm, gooey caramel are together. A match made in heaven. My mouth waters just thinking about the perfect combination.
But what's better than the original stroopwafel? Dare, I say a chocolate stroopwafel? The other day I came up with the crazy idea of adding cocoa powder to my stroopwafel recipe, and it came out even better than I had expected! I mean, chocolate + caramel?
Of course, the original will always have a special place in my heart, but the chocolate version is a fun way to mix things up!
Still remaining true to the recipe of my original stroopwafels, this chocolate variety contains nothing additional except for cocoa powder (extra butter.) It's still the same recipe you've grown to love, but this time with a touch of added chocolate!
What is a chocolate stroopwafel made of?
Stroopwafels are made with two, thin crispy chocolate waffles filled with sweet caramel syrup.
What goes with chocolate stroopwafels?
The traditional way to enjoy stroopwafel is to place it over a steaming hot cup of coffee or tea. This Dutch ritual warms the stroopwafel so the caramel is nice and gooey when you take a bite.