The Le Chic Patissier Caramel Stroopwafels at Costco are a Tasty Treat!

The Le Chic Patissier caramel stroopwafels at Costco are one of my kids’ favorite holiday treat. These are classic Dutch “cookies” and are a seasonally available item at my local Costco.

My quick review is, “The Le Chic Patissier caramel stroopwafels at Costco are a fun and tasty treat that I enjoy with my daughter.  The cookies are a nice holiday indulgence that pairs well with coffee or hot chocolate.”

Original Stroopwafels at Costco

Calories and Nutrition

You get forty stroopwafels with each box and one cookie is a single serving.

The nutritional facts for a single serving are:

  • Calories: 145
  • Fat: 6g (8% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 0mg (0% DV)
  • Sodium: 75mg (3% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 21g (8% DV)
  • Protein: 1g

Stroopwafel Nutrition

The 145 calories per cookie is not outrageous as long as you don’t binge eat.  For treats like this I tend to make myself feel better by saying that the have a heck of a lot less calories than the muffins at Costco.

Ingredient List

The stroopwafels have the following ingredients:

  • Glucose-Fructose Syrup
  • Wheat flour
  • Vegetable fat
  • Sugar
  • Whey powder
  • Rapeseed oil
  • Wheat starch
  • Soy flour
  • Raising agents
  • Emulsifiers
  • Skim milk
  • Eggs
  • Citric acid
  • Cinnamon

Taste Test

These “cookies” consists of two thin and crispy waffles that have a layer of sweet syrup between them.

You can eat the stroopwafels straight out of the box but the suggested method is to place one over a hot beverage (coffee, tea, hot chocolate) for two to three minutes until the waffle softens and the syrup starts to melt.

The caramel syrup gives the stroopwaffles a rich, sweet flavor that is slightly buttery and reminiscent of toffee. The waffle cookies themselves are made with a blend of cinnamon and other spices, which gives them a warm, comforting taste that pairs well with the sweetness of the caramel.

Warming a Stroopwafel over Coffee

I don’t have much of a sweet tooth so these are almost too sweet for me.  However, when I pair the sweetness of the cookie with the bitterness of a nice cup of coffee they tend to balance each other out.

I never find myself craving these cookies but I will break them out when my daughter comes over as it is a nice treat to share together.


The stroopwaffles are shelf stable and do not need to be refrigerated.

The box is marked with a “Best By” date that is about 6-7 months past your date of purchase.  So, even if you only eat two per week you should be able to finish the whole box before they expire.

Item Number and Location

The stroopwaffles from Le Chef Patissier are Item Number 1253037.

The item is seasonal and is typically available from October through January.

The stroopwaffles are usually located in the non-refrigerated grocery aisles but are frequently moved to the end caps for greater exposure.


I bought the 40 pack of caramel stroopwafels  at Costco on sale for $6.49 with a regular price of $9.59. If you pay full price then it works out to a cost of $0.239 per cookie.

You can buy the same size 40 pack of stroopwafels at Walmart for $22.95 which works out to a cost of $0.573 per cookie.

This means you will save $0.334 per cookie (58%) if you buy the caramel stroopwafels at Costco instead of Walmart.

Cost of Stroopwafels at Costco



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One thought on “The Le Chic Patissier Caramel Stroopwafels at Costco are a Tasty Treat!

  1. Real stroopwafels should be made with butter! These are made with palm fat and the difference in taste is enormous. These taste bland. Of course the best stroopwafels are when you are standing in the open air markt on a chilly morning having one freshly made by the local vendor!

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