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Honey Stinger Stinger Waffle - 16 Pack

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    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 frankenbars. 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

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

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Do yourself a favor and pick some up. They are crazy delicious. My wife and I love them, we make sure we always have a handful in each of our packs when we're backpacking. And we may or may not keep a stash of them in our pantry at home just because.

    Essential

      I take these everywhere - backpacking, camping, hiking, skiing, road trips, etc. They're made with all natural ingredients and taste amazing. So far I've tried the honey and vanilla - both are great, but honey is my favorite among the two. These pair with an almond butter pack make for a really great snack for an energy boost. They're soft and chewy with a slightly crispy shell, just like a true thin waffle. My only complaint is that they may be slightly overpriced for what you get. I wish two waffles came in one package for an almond butter waffle sandwich. But all in all, these rock. I'll be buying more soon.

      Tasty snack

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Can't go wrong with honey stinger, and these waffles are no exception! Be it a long day in the saddle, hiking the backcountry, or shredding the slopes I always make sure I've got one(or several) of these with me. Plus, backcountry always has great deals and customer service so I always have them shipped straight to my front door in bulk 👍

      Waffles

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I really enjoy as a side to breakfast. Also as a mid day snack I added peanut butter with it to get a few more calories. What is more enjoyable honey and peanut butter.

      Quick Fix

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These waffles are great for those adventure goers that don't like spending too much time in 1 spot eating. They are a quick grab and go fix. They have different flavors, I would recommend the chocolate. This was initially a recommendation I received from a customer who eats them with his coffee at work each morning. Since Im not a big breakfast guy, I tried the same routine and I love them. Took 2 boxes to CO with me and they made great "tie-over" snacks at the cabin as well as out on the trail. They are small and you can pack lots of them for your hiking buddies because they won't like what they have once they try these.

      So Good!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These are just about the most delicious way to get energy before, during, or after a run/workout. My biggest issue is the overwhelming desire to just snack on them during my downtime.

      Tasty

        I love the waffles. They are great. Honey Stinger makes the best waffles. Everyone else is jealous. But seriously, these are a good mid ride energy boost. They are tasty, and easy to digest. They do tend to crumble though, so keep them in a spot with less movement.

        Waffles for the Win

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        These are the perfect size snack for bike ride or a ski tour. The size fits nicely into a pocket therefore making them easy to access on the go. They offer the perfect amount of sweet and give energy to power through the rest of the adventure.

        great tasting energy

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        these pack great and are perfect for that boost of energy you need to make it to camp or back to the trailhead. I always have some waffles in my pack.

        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.

        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