no-bake STROOPWAFELTAART


Wie houdt er niet van? Stroopwafels! Ik heb nu deze heerlijke no-bake stroopwafeltaart zelf gemaakt! Heerlijk

Om deze heerlijke stroopwafeltaart te maken heb je een aantal dingen nodig: 2 theelepels kaneel, 2 zakjes vanillesuiker, 50 gram basterdsuiker (licht), 300 gram monchou, 250 ml ongeklopte slagroom, 1 zakje klopfix en 2 pakken stroopwafels.


Als eerst snij/hak je de stroopwafels in kleine stukjes; doe dit met ongeveer anderhalf pak van de stroopwafels (rest voor de garnering). Verwarm dit in de magnetron 1 a 2 minuten zodat het een kleverige boel wordt. Dit mengsel vormt de bodem van de taart, besmeer de bodem met het stroopwafelmengsel en druk goed aan. Zet dit even 10 minuutjes in de koelkast.

En nu; de overheerlijke vulling van de taart. Klop de slagroom met de klopfix, de klopfix zorgt ervoor dat de slagroom steviger wordt. voeg hier vervolgens de reeds losgeklopte monchou, suiker, vanillesuiker en kaneel aan toe. Klop dit nog even goed door elkaar. Schep dit mengsel over de eerder gemaakte bodem van stroopwafels en zet in de koelkast voor een nachtje.

Als laatste kunnen de overige stroopwafels nog op de taart worden gelegd als garnering, eventueel in kleinere stukjes hakken.

En nu heb je alweer een heerlijke no bake stroopwafeltaart ;)

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