The Stroopwafel is a truly wonderful Dutch cookie. Along with tulips, clogs, canals, and windmills, the Dutch are known for delicious Stroopwafels “syrup waffles”, crisp, paper-thin coasters held together with a rich, gooey caramel filling. It’s believed that Napoleon himself introduced the Stroopwafel cookie by dictating sugar be grown in Holland to free France from any foreign sugar reliance. Soon after, the Stroopwafel cookie was born in the Dutch town of Gouda. Incredibly delicious, these cookies are wellknown worldwide.