Honey Stinger Waffle Box of 16

The Honey Stinger Waffles are possibly the best-tasting snack for an on the bike energy boost. You will have to hide these from your friends, coworkers and family. Perfect for the rider seeking a little variety from the normal energy bars and gels.

The Stinger Waffles are the Honey Stinger organic version of the stroopwafel found in northern Europe and is a favorite snack to eat on the bike amogst Belgian Pros. The waffles are individually wrapped so they are easy to carry in a jersey pocket and a pleasure to eat while riding. Each tasty waffle contains a 160 calorie boost.

Features

  • Choose Flavor
  • Very tasty
  • 160 calories
  • Certified USDA organic
  • 16 individually wrapped waffles
  • Easy to carry and eat while on the bike
$16.50
Sale Price
Reg Price $22.24

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Anonymous

Posted on 10/15/2014

Great for a day on the slopes as well as on a ride, easy to carry, easy to eat.

Pros perfect portion

Anonymous

Posted on 2/7/2013

The only problem with these is that they are too good! In my opinion, lemon is the best

Anonymous

Posted on 9/4/2011 6:01:18 PM

Wonderful. I was planing to eat one on a run, but they really don’t seem to be meant for that. But what a delightful treat to be wrong about!

Anonymous

Posted on 5/17/2011 3:39:05 PM

These are sooooo good. I like the Vanilla best, my new favorite bike food. I like how they are flat and take up hardly any space in jersey pockets also. Spread some Nutella on them for a post ride snack that kicks arse.

Anonymous

Posted on 3/22/2011 9:40:41 PM

These are my new favorite on the bike food. Easy to eat while riding, easy to carry. enough calories to keep you going. Well worth the money

Anonymous

Posted on 1/5/2011 11:13:01 AM

It’s awesome they fixed the wrapper with a new easy tear serrated edge.

Agreed - the waffles rock, now with the fixed wrapper, they are close to perfect ride food. - ed

Anonymous

Posted on 12/13/2010 10:07:08 AM

The honey waffle does provide a break from the usual goos and energy bars, but it does have one drawback. The individual wrapped packages are hard to open while riding or dismounted. This can be overcomed by cuting a small slit the wrapper that facilitates opening.