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vlaai

Vlaai: pastry tart from the southern province of Limburg

Did you know that 'vlaai' (pronounced as 'fly') is a typically pastry tart from the southern province of Limburg? Vlaai comes in many varieties; with...
stroopwafels

Tip for stroopwafel-lovers

Tip of the day: Place a stroopwafel on top of your cup and let the steam of your hot beverage soften the syruppy inside....
Did you know that Roald Dahl considered 'Arnhemse Meisjes' his most favorite cookie in the world? The recipe of these crispy biscuits with sugary topping was a big secret, until Roald Dahl persuaded the baker to give up the recipe, which he published in his cookbook.

Roald Dahl loved Arnhemse Meisjes

Did you know that the famous author Roald Dahl (1916-1990) considered 'Arnhemse Meisjes' his most favorite cookie in the world? The recipe of these crispy...
Limburg vlaai

‘Vlaai’ for obedient drivers

Did you know that the next few weeks in certain urban residential areas in Limburg drivers will be rewarded by police with a 'vlaai'...
bokkenpootjes

Bokkenpootjes: almond meringue sticks

Did you know that 'bokkenpootjes' are almond meringue sticks filled with butter icing and dipped in chocolate? The Dutch name means 'goat leg' and with...
stroopwafels

Stroopwafel crumbs

Tip of the day: Addicted to stroopwafels? Try stroopwafel crumbs! These are leftovers from the cookie cutter and go nicely with the Dutch thrifty nature. Bags...
Did you know that 'nieuwjaarsrolletjes' (New Year rolls) are crispy waffles filled with sweet whipcream, traditionally eaten on New Year's Day?

1 January treat: crispy New Year rolls

Did you know that 'nieuwjaarsrolletjes' (New Year rolls) are crispy waffles filled with sweet whipcream, traditionally eaten on New Year's Day? In Groningen, Drenthe and...