Stroopwafel Latte Macchiato

 A couple of weeks ago I shared a recipe for Dutch Speculaas with you. Today I want to share with you another recipe in which a Dutch delicacy is involved: the Stroopwafel. My favorite drink is coffee, but the variety with just a bit coffee and lots of milk, in other words: latte. Even better: a stroopwafel latte!


What you need

1 stroopwafel (if your bakery or supermarkt doesn't have stroopwafels, then here's a recipe by Martha Stewart)

3 tablespoons sugar syrup

1 teaspoon cinnamon

espresso powder


whipped cream 


What to do

Heat the milk, but don't let it boil

Put in a cup or glass with two tablespoons of syrup, a half teaspoon of cinnamon and espresso powder to your like

Crumble the stroopwafel

Add the milk  and mix with the other ingredients

Top off with whipped cream

Sprinkle with crumbled stroopwafel, the rest of the cinnamon and the sugar syrup


  1. This looks amazing! I think my hubby would enjoy it!

  2. I LOVE Stroopwafels! I had them for the first time on a visit to Holland many years ago. Now we can buy them in England. What a great idea to use these flavours in a latte macchiato! Thank you so much for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Community! Have a lovely weekend.

    1. Have a great weekend yourself and thank you for your nice comment!

  3. This looks absolutely amazing! Pinned. Thank you for sharing at Charming Homes and Gardens.

  4. This sounds yummy and looks super easy to make!

    Thanks for linking up and sharing with us this past week on the Embracing Home and Family link-up!


  5. I just love Stroopwafel, and they are perfect for pairing with Lattes! when I see this little Dutch treat I stock up because they only show in the stores near me during holiday time.

  6. YUM!!! I need to try this out!

  7. Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty. I have featured this post on my site at this week's party. Don't forget to check it out :)

    1. I already saw it on your blog. Thank you very much for the feature!

  8. It looks good and delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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