Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Honey Stinger Waffle

It's a been long debate in my house about trail food. Space packets of goop, chalky nuts and seeds or real food for endurance events.
But the disagreement has been put to rest by Honey Stinger. The Stinger Waffles are worth the hype and the money because they combine the best of space-aged food and the real thing.
They are all natural and organic. And although some contents like, organic palm fruit oil, aren't pure health food ,the good outweighs the bad.
Other ingredients are organic honey, and organic rice syrup that pack 160 calories and 21 grams of carbs.
The waffles are an adaptation from a popular Dutch traditional stroopwafel. Street vendors sandwich syrup with two thin waffles in Holland.
Honey Stinger has done a similar thing, but uses organic honey as the soft middle layer between two crispy shells.
The thing here is that they are easy to consume, taste really good, and have a palatable texture.
Each package contains one disc, good for about 30 grams and are roughly the size my palm.
They're available in two flavours, honey and vanilla and look like waffles, feel like waffles and would be great with maple syrup.
PRICE $2.50 CDN each

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