Dutch Candy Shop

Holland Sweets

History of Candy
Snacking is as old as the people are. In ancient times the people were sweet. The first real sweet sweeteners that people used to eat their sweet flavor was honey and cane sugar.

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500 grams of flour
150 grams of white sugar
250 grams of melted butter
50 grams of yeast lukewarm milk
1 egg

500 grams of syrup
300 grams dark brown sugar
75 grams unsalted butter teaspoon ground cinnamon



Make the dough by a thick waffle ingredients to knead all the ingredients. Let the dough rise for 45 minutes, preferably on a damp, warm place. Knead again and then divide the dough into balls the size of a ping pong ball. Preparing the filling: Heat the syrup and mix the other ingredients through. Place a ball of dough in a waffle iron and cook on both sides until done. Light with a knife from the waffle iron and waffle cut open when still warm. Importantly, do not let it lie too long to heat the wafer to be processed. Spread one waffle with half the filling and press the other half there.

A Glacé is a typical Dutch pastry, in the Netherlands better known under the name roze koek (“pink cake”). It consists of a small flat cake with a layer of pink fondant.

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