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Solve your energy-bar problem.

If you've ridden the roads of Belgium, Honey Stinger's Organic Stinger Waffles might remind you of the waffles you'd have inevitably snacked on. But aside from the waffle pattern and round shape, the differences are perhaps greater than the similarities.

Honey Stinger's Waffles are created just for endurance athletes, not merely as a tasty morning snack. And that they're packaged in single serving units makes them easy to carry in your jersey pocket for that moment when you'd like to eat something with a bit of texture. The Stinger Waffles are simultaneously toasty and chewy as you eat them. And unlike bizarre lab-born products, the natural ingredients in the Waffles chew easily and go down quick -- almost too quick. Because they taste so good, you'd like for them to last a bit longer.

Like their other energy foods, the Honey Stinger Waffles rely on honey, nature's energy food, for a majority of the carbohydrate load. The honey is easily digested because it's made of a just-right 1:1 blend of fructose and glucose. It acts quickly to give you a burst of energy and is easy on the stomach. With the waffle, you'll also get carbs from organic wheat and soy flour along with organic cane sugar and rice syrup. Honey Stinger Organic Stinger Waffles are packaged in a box of 16 individually wrapped waffles. They come in Honey, Vanilla, Chocolate, Lemon, and Strawberry flavors and are a great on and off the bike snack.

  • Comes as a box of 16 individually wrapped waffles
  • Each 30g waffle contains 160 calories
  • The sweet and chewy waffle doesn’t taste like an ‘energy bar,’ and you may catch yourself eating them at home
  • Not safe for cyclists or runners with allergies to wheat, soy, or eggs


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5 5

Delicious

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Every time I get a new box I have to restrain myself from ripping into them all savage-like. Great for skiing and other winter sports as they do not turn into a teeth chipping brick

5 5

Great Sack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These things are the perfect side kick for anything in the outdoors. I mainly drag them along hiking or fishing. They are small enough that throwing a couple in your pack is well worth it, even if there's a good chance you wont need them. The Honey is my favorite. I usually love strawberry items, but this strawberry flavor was a little different, I didn't hate it but I've had better. Hands down, if you like Honey flavored items this will become your go to.

5 5

Referred taste

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Eating these two at a time with some Justin's peanut butter smashed between is the jam of all jams. I recommend you give that a go.

5 5

love these

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

these taste really good, and give you the energy to keep going and to finish the race!

5 5

Will take it backpacking again!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought the honey flavor and took on a section hike on the AT. It's delicious - reminded me of a sugar waffle cone, but softer. I like that it is compact (packed in my pocket easily)and high cals for the energy. I don't like trail snacks that make me feel "full" so this product was perfect for me.

5 5

Tasty, Great Texture

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Unlike many bike foods, these have a great mouthfeel and food texture, not unlike real food. The downside is that in a jersey or bag, they can crumble a little. Not a deterrent agains these, though. I believe that it is a welcome relieve to have bike food that is not a gel, goo, gummy or block of bird-food like substance. It is food, so everyone is different. If you and your GI tract likes it, that is super for you.

5 5

YUM!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I preface this review as I do all of my reviews...this is my opinion, not objective fact.
The Stinger Waffle stands above all as my favorite "energy" food! I have tried the Honey, Vanilla and Chocolate and love them all! They are easy to pack in a hydration pack or in a jersey pocket and, especially on a long ride, provide a nice alternative to gels. Obviously, they will not provide the (more) immediate boost a gel does but it is a net push as they taste so much better. Did I mention that they taste great? SO good. I have Belgian and Dutch friends that proclaim these are almost as good as the stroop waffles they find at home. Try them, I expect you will like them!

5 5

LOVE ALL OF THEM!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Honey Stingers are great! Easy to eat and great flavor. However, they are not very filling. I would reccommend taking a couple on a ride/adventure with you. They also are very easy to break, so it really sticks when half of it falls on the ground when you are trying to eat it. My favorite flavor is strawberry, but really, all the flavors are great.

5 5

When you're sick of slurping down gels..

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'll be the first to say it: gels and chews are great! Let's be honest though, there are only so many you can take before even the thought of one makes you feel sick. When that happens, these are an awesome alternative for energy on the go! The waffles are soft and chewy, and they make you feel like you are eating actual food, rather than sugary energy syrup. Small enough to be portable, yet substantial enough to give you that burst of energy you need, these tasty waffles are a great option for a day on the go.

4 5

Taste great.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Melt in your mouth goodness, chewing optional. Original honey is my favorite flavor

How do these hold up in the heat? Do they...

How do these hold up in the heat? Do they get sticky in the package, thus getting hands sticky? How about during winter activities, how solid/hard do they get?

Best Answer Responded on

In the heat they get malleable not sticky though by any means. In the cold they freeze pretty easily like all food. I usually will stick it under my arm pit for a minute until I feel like my teeth can handle it.

5 5

Delicate Cookie Like Snack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought these from a LBS in town before a ride 1 day. Let me tell you that this is my favorite tasting trail snack EVER! Only gripe is the higher amount of fat can slow the digestion process down a tad but I still feel these give me great energy and you can't beat the taste. When I need pure quick energy with no fillers I go for Stinger Chews. Originally tried the honey flavor first and now I'm hooked on the vanilla.

5 5

Easy Real Food Go-To

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I took a chance on a box of these in Lemon. Never had them before. They turned out to be my favorite riding food. I don't ride often, so it took me a while to finish the box. Now they are back on sale and I'm picking up some more - this time I'm trying the new Gingersnap flavor.

The Lemon was easy on my stomach. So much so I could eat one (and did) right before a long run and didn't feel bad during the run from eating. Considering how woozy I was getting, it was a great thing I had one with me that day.

The waffle itself is great. Apart from being individually packaged and ready to stuff in a jersey pocket for consumption miles from home, they taste wonderful and feel like actual food, instead of slurping down gels. I like gels, but real food is better. I'll save the gels for later in the ride.

Additional bonus: They're marvelous consumed with coffee as a sweet snack.

Responded on

and how was the gingersnap flavor? I've only had the vanilla. I'm not typically a fan of vanilla, but they were not bad. I just picked up a couple "honey" flavor. Not tried them. I want to try gingersnap but my local stores didnt have them.

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@JETGUAT

Well, to be honest I keep forgetting that I have a box of these, and thus none have made it into my back pocket for a ride. I saw this question and so I decided to eat one sitting here. Initial impression: tastes like bread --- OH WOW GINGER. Unfortunately, I failed to recall that I am not a huge fan of ginger, but these are different in a good way. They have a strong ginger taste that lingers just a tad. If you like ginger, these are for you. For me, I see them as a great way to break up the monotony of the usual foods I consume on rides. Granted I don't ride far enough to justify eating on the ride often (I don't follow "the rules", I just don't want to be eating a $1 waffle every ride, that adds up), but these could provide a variety to any general food on a ride. Most food/drinks seem to be berry/fruit flavored and/or vanilla, chocolate, coffee. Throwing ginger in with the mix really helps to keep my palate interested. Based on its taste, I can see how these gingersnap waffles could be used in desserts. If I can remember, I'll break one out for breakfast and steam it over some coffee. I also plan on packing away a few for a hiking trip I'm going on soon.

I'm a vanilla fan. When/if these go back on sale, I might pick up a box of those or just regular honey flavor. Gingersnap is great, but I want to sample more. I don't mind eating throw a box even if I'm not a huge fan of it.

5 5

best cycling snack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

my fav snack for cycling; size wise they are perfect, not too heavy to digest, just the right consistency and texture, tastes good, it's the only snack I bring on my rides

5 5

Like a party in your mouth...

Yeah, yeah... Everybody came.

These are really good. I was surprised that they are so much like a delicate little waffle cookie with just a bit of a gooey layer in between. It is a bit of a surprise when out on a trail and needing to add a bit of fuel to the tank and getting to eat something so good. I had some little kid being drug up the trail by his parents eyeballing my waffle when we took a little break. "Don't be eyeballing my waffle boy" is what I was thinking but was nice enough to hand one off to him before we kept going.

These waffles are legit. I was going to order the vanilla ones and was steered towards the honey flavor. Good call even though I am usually not the biggest fan of honey flavor.

5 5

Delicious

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great mid-ride or mid-hike snack when you need a boost of energy, oh and they happen to be delicious.

5 5

My Name is Trevor, and....

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a Honey Stinger Waffle addict. Breakfast? Well I do need the energy. Brunch on the go? Well they are natural. Midday snack? Well I could use a treat. Late night snack? Well I have worked hard all day. I may have developed a problem.

My only complaint is they don't come in 32 pack, I just go through them too quickly!

5 5

Stroopwaffle goodness

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love stoopwaffles from the Netherlands, and these are very similar... plus it gives me the energy I need when I need it. I have only tried the honey flavor and its fantastic!