I saw these somewhere. No idea where. I had a good search before proceeding with this idea, but couldn't find them anywhere online. If you have seen them, please tell me where.
So we went with our own version and I think they turned out pretty cute. We used the Costco brand stroopwaffle sandwiched with caramel, a bit naughty but pretty damned nice. The kids will love helping and loving the eating is pretty well a given!
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- 8-18 purchased Stroopwaffles
- 400 Grams chocolate callets of your choice, we did use white with pink food colouring as well as gold BUY
- 1 Tablespoon coconut oil BUY
- 1 Batch Royal Icing divided into small amounts and coloured according to your choices Recipe
- dragees and coloured sprinkles as desired
Line a cookie sheet with baking paper.
Trim any sticky bits off the stroopwaffles with scissors so they have a relatively neat edge.
Place the chocolate in a deep sided plastic container with the coconut oil. Microwave on high for 1 minute, remove and stir vigorously until all the callets are melted and the texture is smooth and glossy. Add colour during this process if using. Return to the microwave for short bursts as needed if the chocolate is not all melting together. Be cautious as you can easily cook your chocolate at this stage rendering it useless except to eat!
Dip each stroopwaffle into the chocolate coating only half, but try and be equal on both front and back. Lay on the lined cookie sheet and quickly sprinkle the chosen decoration on top so they will set in the chocolate. Place into the fridge to set while you make the Royal Icing.
Make the royal icing and colour according to your theme.
Pipe your decorations onto the stroopwaffles. You can fix a lot of mistakes at this point. Allow to set and keep in the fridge until you eat them.