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Welcome on the Old Dutch candystore
The Zoethoudertje offers you a range of nostalgic and delicious sweets.
The Zeeuwse cream butter babel was offered after the second cup of coffee.
Because of the long sweating, one kept talking to each other for longer, so are they
name babbelaar for this sweetie.
One thinks it's sweet for the first time around 1850.
Around this time, the sugar beet was entering Zeeland.
Because the word seems to have arisen as long as it appears.
The dictionary of the Zeeland dialects speaks of ball, cubes, chunks, keg kiene, pussy, bacon or sugar peel.
The literal translation means "straw ball". The Zeeland babbelaar
is made of sugar, butter, water and vinegar.
The baby's recipe went over from mother to daughter and by adding cocoa, cinnamon or pieces of peanut, the women made delicious candy.
Because it is a time-consuming activity, there are seldom the babbelaars in this busy time
Ingredients: sugar, corn syrup, butter concentrate, salt, molasses, aroma, natural vanilla extract.
Nutritional value: per 100 grams.
Energy 1724 kJ / 412 kcal
Know 3.4 gr
of which saturated 2.4 gr
Carbohydrates 94 gr
of which 80 gr
Protein 0 gr
Salt 1 gr