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Honey Stinger Gluten Free Waffles

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    • Gf Salted Caramel, One Size
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    Wafflicious.

    Billed as the first gluten-free waffle offering for endurance sports, the Gluten Free Waffles bring Honey Stinger's delicious flavor profiles and waffle-patterned goodness to a gluten-free package for riders, hikers, or trail runners who can't process gluten or those who are just looking for more waffle options in addition to the standard, gluten-based fare.

    Despite their tasty appearance and tantalizing flavors, Honey Stinger's Waffles are created specifically for high-output activities, so it's not highly recommended that you consume them as a midday snack on a regular basis. They're packaged in convenient single-serving units that tuck easily into a jersey or running vest pocket for that moment (typically at the three hour mark) when you'd like to eat something with a bit of substance.

    The Stinger Waffles are simultaneously crunchy and chewy as you eat them. And unlike bizarre lab-born products, the natural ingredients in the Waffles are quite palatable and go down easy. Much like its other energy foods, Honey Stinger Waffles rely on honey, nature's energy food, for a majority of the carbohydrate load. Honey's blend of fructose and glucose is easily digested and acts quickly to give you a burst of energy, and it's backed up with a gluten-free flour blend along with organic cane sugar and rice syrup.

    • Maintain your energy with this gluten-free waffle
    • Crafted with a blend of gluten-free ingredients
    • Organic honey provides quick and easy energy
    • Single serving package stows away in multiple pockets
    • Item #HON000I

    Tech Specs

    Calories
    [salted caramel] 160, [wildflower honey] 140, [cinnamon] 140, [maple syrup] 140
    Servings Per Container
    [single packet] 1, [box] 16
    Allergens
    soy, eggs, may contain milk
    Recommended Use
    cycling, trail running

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    Salted Caramel flavor is SUPER sweet

      I'm a huge fan of honey stinger products and especially these waffles but the salted caramel flavor is WAY too sweet for me. Literally tastes like you're eating a See's Candy caramel lollipop. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing but just not what I am looking for mid bike ride. I will say, my boyfriend loves the caramel ones so they're definitely tasty to some people, just not my cup of tea.

      gimme dat waffle!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Honey stinger is my go-to producer for on bike snacks and these waffles are my pride and joy. I honestly always have one in my jersey pocket for rides and have some in my car, backpacks, purses for emergency bonk situations. Seriously tasty stuff and easy on the stomach to digest. I like the cinnamon flavor, it tastes a little less sugary than the caramel to me and when I put it in my jersey pocket it gets all warm and gooey. YUM

      Brutally Delicious

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Cant stop eating these things. One of few "trail snacks" that taste as good on the trail or sitting on your butt on the couch. Truth be told I think the caramel flavor of these is better than the normal gluten ones. Definitely less crumbly on ski tours.

      Waffles For Days

        As my review title might indicate, I literally eat one to two of these every day.

        After I get off work, I generally lack motivation to hit the gym, and I'm tired and hungry. To try and cope with these third world issues, I began telling myself that every day after work, I could eat a delicious waffle treat on my way to the gym. (Maybe it's like candy at the doctor's office. I don't know why it works, partially because I'm a child, partially because these are the most delicious things on the planet).

        Well, now I don't miss a gym day.

        If gym = waffles, count me in. It's just simple math.

        Great source of nutrition!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Calorie intake is a big part of a successful triathlon nutrition plan and gels dominate most conversations. While gels serve their purpose, its always nice to consume something solid. I started using Stinger Waffles during training rides a couple years ago and have maintained a constant supply ever since. They are now my go-to for transition nutrition. I typically keep one or two at transition for all my races. While there may be quicker ways to take in calories, it's always nice to eat something solid and feel comfortable knowing it wont cause distress down the road.

        my fav food

          have to say these are my favorite pre packaged food. We use them for hiking, cycling, anything. They are a little crumbly just like the original version but thats the only downfall to them. they really do taste good and are super easy to pack in a jersey pocket or hydration pack.

          Delicious

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          This was my first foray into the Gluten Free Waffles from Honey Stinger. I purchased the Cinamon and they taste great. They seem to have a little softer texture than the regular Honey Stinger Waffles.
          These are easy to eat while on the bike and are easy on the GI system. Highly recommend them when you need a quick sugary burst of energy.

          Tasty time

          I'm a big fan of Honey Stinger waffles, but I've been gluten-free for a year and made the switch over to the Pink Lemonade chews for my mountain bike trail food. Now that they've got gluten-free waffles I wanted to do a taste test and see if they're just as good as the old ones.

          Ride on!

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I have been using Honey Stinger waffles for quite some time and have always been happy with them! Whether you are riding, running, hiking, these deliver exactly what you need. For a gluten free option, these are very tasty! Enjoy!