Dutch Snacks: 7 Snacks To Try While You Are In Amsterdam

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Love street food + Amsterdam bound? Try these Dutch snacks!

Many friends message me about what to do in Amsterdam.  In case you happen to go to a coffee shop and get the munchies, I wanted to share a visual post and recommend some Dutch snacks that I ate while I was there.

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Now for some of my favorite Dutch snacks!

Febo

Febo is a chain of Dutch fast food automats. In case you have not experienced an automat, they are vending machines where you insert your money (bills or coins) and then pull your food out of a window.


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Febo – you will see them all over the Netherlands

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Febo automat windows

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Febo Bami – looks scary but is tasty. It’s a croquette filled with chicken chow mein

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More Dutch snacks I tried around Amsterdam

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Fries with mayo – a favorite in Europe

Holtkamp

Holtkamp is a pastry shop in central Amsterdam not far from where I was staying that also sold croquettes. I wrote about them here.

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Holtkamp kroketten yum!

Albert Cuyp Market

One morning when Mattijs and I were hungover he took me to De Pijp, a neighborhood just south of central Amsterdam, to the Albert Cuyp Market. It’s a street market named after a 17th century Dutch Painter and located on Albert Cuypstraat between Ferdinand Bolstraat and Van Woustrat. You can buy vegetables, fruit, fish, clothing, gadgets, and household items.

Mattijs told me in order to cure my hangover we had to eat Dutch hangover food. So we tried these following snacks:

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Oliebollen – a Dutchie or a deep-fried Dutch doughnut sprinkled with powdered sugar

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Poffertjes – battered treats almost like mini pancakes

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Herring – I tried one and did not eat anymore. Not for me!

Stroopwafels!

Stroopwafels are waffles made from 2 very thin layers of baked dough with a caramel syrup center. OMG. So good. You can find them everywhere, even in packages in grocery stores like Trader Joes, but oh they taste so good over there!

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Stroopwafel goodness. I forgot to take photos so here’s one by Robyn Lee from Flickr

I also did a shot of Genever or Dutch gin (shown in the photo above) but it was a bit too much for me, kinda like the herring. I felt like it was going to put some hair on my chest!

What are your favorite Dutch snacks? Share in the comments!

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