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Honey Stinger Stinger Waffle - 16 Pack

$22.24

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  • Chocolate, One Size
    $22.24
  • Caramel, One Size
    $22.24
  • Honey, One Size
    $22.24
  • Strawberry, One Size
    $22.24
  • Vanilla, One Size
    $22.24
  • Gingersnap, One Size
    $22.24
  • Lemon, One Size
    $22.24

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Stinger Waffle

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

Calories
160
Claimed Weight
[Without Wrapper] 1 oz
Recommended Use
cycling, biking, emergencies

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>Rating: 2

Had to return

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it

I bought this on sale and it was delivered on 2/17/2020. The problem was the expiration on this was March of 2020 which gave me a month to finish 16 packets so I had to return it. I was excited to try this out.

>Rating: 5

Honey Stinger

Delicious!!! Love these waffles

>Rating: 5

delicious

awesome on the go snack

>Rating: 5

Tastes...

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

...like waffles, what could be better! These are great on the trail for sustained energy and they taste great! The Vanilla flavor is absolutely the best...no excuse to forget to eat with these!

>Rating: 5

ADDICTING!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

SO SO GOOD

>Rating: 5

Mountain Bike Necessity

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Just buy some!! They are amazing!!!! Especially the caramel ones!!! Light weight, easy to pack and incredibly delicious.

>Rating: 5

WAY TOO GOOD!!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Can't stop buying these!!

>Rating: 5

Delicious

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is the best snack for any outdoor activity as they are really nutritious and they pack an awesome punch of energy!

>Rating: 5

Wonderful Waffle

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Portable little energy boost that packs a punch, wont freeze but most importantly are delicious and a joy to eat. Fits perfectly in hipbelt pockets, and warms nicely when set over a cup of coffee.

>Rating: 5

Trail Waffles

I tried a strupwafel for the first time in Amsterdam last summer and eating these makes me almost feel like I'm there again.

>Rating: 5

So Good

Great for trips! Keeps me on my feet and tastes great too! Grab a few boxes and you'll be set. Chocolate's my fav.

>Rating: 5

Perfect snack

I love this snack. This is my mountain snack. It is delicious. I got the ginger flavor and the lemon flavor. The caramel flavor is very good too. I usually snack on one of these on the chair lift.

>Rating: 5

Tastes good, packs good

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The Honey Stinger Waffles taste great and are easy to eat while riding. I vastly prefer them to traditional energy bars which can be hard to chew. I personally like the chocolate flavor and have not gotten tired of it after eating scores of them throughout the season. My one complaint is that they can be a bit crumbly. This isn’t really a big deal when you’re out riding, but is a problem if you try to open one in the car pre-ride.

>Rating: 5

Delicious

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great snacks for the mountain

>Rating: 5

Perfect snack

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These are perfect to keep in your pocket when you need a quick refuel, not to mention they're delicious!

>Rating: 5

I should have bought two boxes

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Tastes great and easy to carry. I’ve carried them on bike rides and while backpacking. Quick refuel in a small packet that tastes great.

>Rating: 5

Stinger Waffles are a MUST!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Great snack during a long run or hike or if you just fee hungry in general - I recommend stashing these in all of your packs!!

>Rating: 5

Hidden Treasures

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I've put it through the wringer

I bought a box of these delicious morsels and stashed them in all of my backpacks. It's the perfect treat at the top of a mountain, start of a ride, or middle of a race.

>Rating: 5

My Favorite My Favorite Active Snack

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These things are the best active snack out there. If you haven't tried them yet, just buy them. They are like candy. No chalky, protein taste. Just amazingness.

>Rating: 5

dessert in the backcountry

These advertise as energy snacks, but I eat them like candy bars. SO good!

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are these gluten free?

These are not. Below is a link to the Gluten free version: https://www.competitivecyclist.com/honey-stinger-gluten-free-waffles?s=a

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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?

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.

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

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

Not water-based, so no solidifying when cold!

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.

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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

Ray, I do not believe they package them any smaller than this one. You might want to post a suggestion on the manufactures website to let them know there is interest.

Seriously? How about breaking it in half?