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Honey Stinger Stinger Waffle - 16 Pack

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    275 Reviews


    Get buzzed.

    Everybody loves waffles, but Honey Stinger's 16-Pack of Stinger Waffles might elevate your love to the next level. Not only are they delicious (with flavors running the gamut from lemon to vanilla to chocolate to strawberry), but they pack a natural nutrition punch that's tastier than lab-developed bars. Most of the energy comes from honey, which is easy to digest so you never feel like you just ate a brick. The chewy texture of the waffle is just right—not too hard, not too soft—and they're so tasty that you'll probably find yourself snacking on them even when you're off the bike or trail. Each box comes with 16 individually wrapped waffles that are easy to stash away in a pocket. Heads up—Honey Stinger waffles contain wheat, soy, and eggs, so they're not for folks with allergies.

    • 16 individually wrapped waffles
    • 160 calories per waffle
    • Contains wheat, soy, and eggs
    • Item #HON0011

    Tech Specs

    Claimed Weight
    [Without Wrapper] 1 oz
    Recommended Use
    cycling, biking, emergencies

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      There are very few items that can get over 200 reviews and even fewer that will have over 200 5 star ratings. These things are delicious and a great addition to the quiver of snacks to bring along on the trail. I personally really like using these as a snack during a ride or hike mainly becuase they are light and wont weight you down. They even pack 150 calories in such a small tasty package to keep you going.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      My favorite flavor is the vanilla or the honey. These are the best treats to keep in your pack or your jersey! These are definitely light treats so it’s easy to keep on going after you reward yourself. Get this treat nice and warm before you eat it for the extra yum factor!


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These waffles are a go-to for me. They never disappoint! The only frustrating thing is how crumbly they are, but that doesn't keep me from buying them again and again. These are perfect for on-the-bike, but are equally as good at home with peanut butter and chocolate chips on top.

      Tasty and chocolaty

        The Honey Stinger Waffle is a can't-go-wrong choice for fuel on-the-go. Tasty and easy to digest. When you get tired of bars or gels, but are far from the nearest sandwich shop, grab a Stinger Waffle.


        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I recently decided to stop using gels and blocks. These are an incredible alternative and really give you a major energy boost, from a cleaner more natural fuel source. Having real food as a nutrition source with endurance sports really is a game changer, my body responds so much better. Eating these is a little tough when running, but it helps me to slow down for a second, relax, and drink some water. The honey flavor is my favorite for sure.


        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Pretty great and delicious. From what appears to be a flimsy snack I feel that I get a lot of substance out of it. It sustains me between my post-work trip to the trailhead and dinner later in the evening. The only bummer is it can get crumby if it gets crunched in your bag. Otherwise, super delicious and provides a good boost!

        Always Have in my Pantry

          These are so clutch to have for a quick breakfast, and I always try to have one in my day pack incase of sudden hunger or getting lost! As important to have as a first aid kit! Puts you in an infinitely better mood.

          Everest Base Camp Snack

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Yummy. So yummy. I ate 1-2 of these a day on my recent trek in Nepal and loved them so much. They never got old because they aren’t too sweet. Love love love

          Delicious, but crumbly

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I love these waffles and will continue to buy them, but they can be a little messy. This is only a problem when you're eating them at your desk or in your car, rather than on your bike. The flavor and texture are great, especially for eating during exercising.

          Great taste

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Love these as a snack anytime, but use them most during long runs. Provides the right amount of energy without the bad taste you get from most bars / chews. I also love the texture so great if you don't like guey snacks.

          Great Energy Boost

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          The prefect Pick me up to give you a quick energy boost on the skin track or bike trail. Has just enough sugars to give you the quick boost to get you to the top. The fact that they taste delicious is an added bonus. My favorite flavors are Carmel and Chocolate.

          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?

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          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.

          Will these freeze and be too hard to eat...

          Will these freeze and be too hard to eat during below freezing temps? Thanks

          Yes, they freeze and become hard as rocks. You can still eat them (I did), but they're hard to break and bite into (feels almost like chewing on hard candy) and you'll probably prefer something more palatable. If you are going on a day trip, I don't think it will be a problem, because it took mine a couple days of snow camping to really become hard and inedible.

          Are you going to make smaller waffle sizes...

          Are you going to make smaller waffle sizes so that i can put them into runners pockets?
          The waffle is just to big for running