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Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle
Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle
Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle
Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle
Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle
Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle
GLUTEN-FREE WAFFLES

Vanilla Chocolate Gluten-Free Waffle

$23.99
A thin layer of honey infused with natural cocoa flavor sandwiched between two thin Gluten-Free vanilla waffles. The delicious taste of chocolate and vanilla will satisfy your taste buds and keep you going as an afternoon snack, during your favorite activity or go great with your cup of coffee or tea. Includes 16 individually wrapped waffles.
USDA Organic Kosher Certified Gluten Free

The original gluten-free waffle.

For years, similar waffles have been sold on street corners throughout Europe and eaten by professional cyclists, so we decided to create our own by sandwiching honey between two thin waffle wafers. Honey Stinger Gluten-free Waffles are the first product of their kind that's certified gluten free and available in a single-serving wrapper.

When to Consume

Honey Stinger Waffles are the perfect snack to help you prepare and perform for all activities. The energy in waffles is released immediately and absorbed at a steady rate, which delays muscle fatigue and gives your body the power to achieve your goals. With the right balance of delicious honey-powered carbs, you’ll be counting the minutes until it’s time for the next one.

FUEL FOR EVERY DAY

Prepare. Perform. Recover.

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Nature's Energy Source


Utilizing an ingredient engineered by nature as opposed to in a laboratory has its benefits, like higher quality and no additional flavoring or coloring. We use honey, a natural form of energy and antioxidants, combined with other natural sweeteners as the energy sources for all products. Research in endurance athletes has proven that a mixture of carbohydrates is better tolerated by the body, prevents fatigue and enhances performance more than a single carbohydrate form.

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