Finger Licking Dutch Authentic Dutch Stroopwafels


ENTREE has never tasted something as good as a stroopwafel, the amazing caramel cookie so beloved in the Netherlands. Invented over 200 years ago, the Dutch like to place these two crispy wafers filled with caramel on top of their coffee, tea and cocoa so that the caramel melts ever so slightly. Yum. This is an experience that HAS to be tried. We were hooked by the first stroopwafel. It wasn’t our last!

The owners of Finger Licking Dutch are a power couple, Based in Philadelphia and are internationally known in both U.S. and Europe and are more than happy to talk about how their product is a perfect all-day and all-occasion type of cookie.

John Bronson, is the Co-Founder of Finger Licking Dutch Stroopwafels. Bronson, previously had a 3-year NFL player for the Arizona Cardinals and has served as Co-President of the National Football League Former Players Chapter in Phoenix, AZ. Bronson additionally held the role of President of the Pro Athletes and Business Network (PACC) during his career.

Femke Veelenturf, John’s wife and co-founder of Finger Licking Dutch grew up in the Netherlands. Every week Femke would visit her local Dutch market to buy caramel stroopwafels.  On one of their first dates, she gave John a traditional Dutch food package with stroopwafels in it, and the rest is history.

Currently, Finger Licking Dutch Stroopwafels produces and imports their authentic Dutch stroopwafels directly from The Netherlands to the U.S and other countries. Finger Licking Dutch is currently being featured on the popular retail television channel, Home Shopping Network (HSN), Zulily and can be found in TJ Maxx and over 1500 retail locations nationwide.

John and Femke’s motto for Finger Licking Dutch is simple: “Our Stroopwafels are Founded with Love and Made with Love to Spread the Stroopwafel Love.” Visit www.fingerlickingdutch.com.

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