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wafelini extravaganza GF

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This is the “go-to-box” for the more lavish royal parties in the Brussels Palace, the ones where certain princes and princesses are known to indulge in endless Liège wafelinis, dipped in their favorite dinges (toppings). European tabloids will not only feature local counts and baronesses, but they will almost certainly include glamour shots of the “Wafelinis fiesta” at the palace.


What di I get?

  • 24 x GF wafelinis 
  • dulce de leche 
  • milk chocolate fudge 
  • milk hazelnut fudge

*Gluten free version contains milk hazelnut fudge instead of spekuloos spread

When will I get it?

Our wafel kitchen is located in Brooklyn, NY. We bake & ship our wafels on the same day, then we add some ice bags into the insulated bag of your wafels to ensure the freshness during their trip (no worries if the ice bags are melted once receive!). All order placed before 1.00 PM (EST time) will be baked on that same day.

If the destination of your wafels is within the Tristate, they will arrive on the next day. If their destination is in the West Coast Area, our wafels can take up to 4 days to travel but they will still remain great for a week after receiving it.

You can choose the option of a delivery asap or to receive your wafels on a specific date.

Please note:

As a small company we're working very hard to deliver your wafels on time, however once your package is in our shipping partners hands it is totally out of our control and may experience delays due to high volumes and labour challenges or to exceptional weather. Please mind indicating a couple of security days to receive your order in advance to make sure that you get it on time.

Delivery to Alaska/Hawaii are not available yet... but stay tuned..

How do I store / prepare it?

When received (and not directly enjoyed) we recommend keeping them in the fridge where they also remain great for 5 days, or freezing them to enjoy them later. 

Warming up our Liège wafels:

There aren’t many things the queen and I agree on, but we do share an aversion to microwaving wafels! Here’s the royal way to warm them up:

  • In the oven, for 8 minutes at 300 °F
  • In the toaster, at lowest warming setting - for two cycles

No need to reheat the chocolinis, they are meant to be eaten at room temperature.

Topping with dinges:

At the Belgian Wafel Academy, many Master & PhD courses are dedicated to this topic. There are many rules, and Belgians are very strict about their “dinges” rules. Here in America however, we can put as many toppings as we like. We’d recommend our signature spekuloos spread, Belgian chocolate fudge, whipped cream and fresh strawberries or bananas. Listen to your inner dinges voice! 

Once opened, our spreads jars remains great for at least 6 weeks. Although, to give them a long and happy life we recommend to store them in the fridge. 

Ingredients / nutrition / allergens

  • Our gluten free wafels contains gluten free flour, margarine, sugar, whole milk, eggs, vanilla flavoring. The allergens are eggs, dairy. May contain traces of soy & nuts.
  • Dulce de leche: milk, sugar, corn syrup and natural flavors. Allergens: contains milk. May contain traces of eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy.
  • Milk chocolate fudge: milk, sugar, vegetable oil, cocoa powder & natural flavors. Allergens: contains milk and soy. May contain traces of hazelnut.
  • Milk hazelnut fudge: milk, sugar, vegetable oil, hazelnut, cocoa powder and natural flavors.  Allergens: contains milk, soy, and hazelnut.  May contain traces of other nuts.

Should I count the calories?
The approximate calorie count is 190cal for a wafelini and 380 calories for a Liège wafel, but you know what they say: Don’t count the calories, just make the calories count!    

I’m seeing dark spots on the edge of my wafels, did you *¿∑œ#€¶§¡* burn them? It’s from the boiling, caramelized sugar in our irons - typical for Liège wafels