Monday, 14 April 2014

Dutch licorice, we have all the flavours you like.

We have a huge selection of Dutch licorice:


















Which one is your favourite?
Do you like sweet, sugar-free, salted or double salted?
We have them all.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Dutch licorice at Dutchstore

We have a lot of Dutch Licorice in stock. 
At the moment we have over 80 different sorts of licorice available, and more arriving soon. 
We have the largest range in Australia.

Sweet licorice: Bielzen, Kleurendrop, Brussels manneke, Caramelsticks, Droprockies, Chocorockies, Drogisten-mix, Dropgums, Laurierdrop,Honingdrop, Engelse drop, Kokindjes, Tikkels, Steekpenningen, Muntendrop, Kleurendrop, Katjes, Menthol kruisdrop and more. 














Salted licorice: Zoute snippers, Dubbel zoute rondjes, Oceaandrop, Zoute dropvoetjes, Vijzeldrop, Bisaldrop, Fortisal, Dropharingen, Jubes, Leeuwendrop, Boerderijdrop, Topdrop and more. 














Salmiac licorice: Boerebruin, Doodskopjes, Salmiakriksen, Salmiak schildpadjes, Sallos, Kattekoppen, Pectorale, mintnopjes, TV pastilles, Salmiaklollies, Salmiakrockies and more. 














Sugar free licorice: Dropbolletjes, Kubusjes, Zoute hartjes, Laurierkransjes, Salmiaksterren, Kubusjes, Muntendrop, Klavertjes, Laurierstaven. 














All licorice is also available in mixed bags, just check the website
Some of our Dutch licorice brands are: Venco, Matthijs, K&H, Haribo, Katja, Meenk, Kindly's, Autodrop, and Klene

Thursday, 27 February 2014

Your breakfast is covered....

At Dutchstore we sell a large range of Breakfast products:

Milk and Dark chocolate Hails
Milk and Dark chocolate flakes
Fruithail
Aniseed hail
Ground Aniseed
Mixed flakes
Bebogeen spread
Forest fruit hail
Mixed hail (sprinkles)
Lotus speculoos spread (Biscoff spread or cookie butter)

And a lot more: check the website


Thursday, 7 November 2013

New website online

Our new website is online, what do you think?

New: Shop & Earn. 
Earn points while you shop and receive a discount on your next order.



Thursday, 31 January 2013

New products in stock

We have some great new products added to our shop:


* DDDDD Tea and Kitchen towels in new designs and colors
* 2013 Calanders Holland edition
* van Melle Advocaat (eggnog flavour) toffee
* Rolls new: Mentos Mojito
* Atlanta pancake mixes in Dutch design box.
* Albert Heijn Partysticks "Hot"
* Autodrop in different flavours
* Purol products and Uierzalf
* Conimex products: Sambal Badjak and Oelek, Noodles, Boemboe's....
* Duo Penotti spread
* van Melle Drop toffees (licorice toffee)
* De Ruijter Mini sprinkles (pack with 8 assorted)
* Albert Heijn Mix for Macaroni/Spaghetti
* Fortuin Salmiakpastilles, bag 200 Gram
* Matthijs Matroesjka's (bag with duo licorice/winegums)

Check out on the website.



Tuesday, 23 October 2012

How to make speculaas dolls with a speculaas mold.



Speculaas dolls

Ingredients
200 gram plain flour
100 gram caster sugar
a little salt
3 teaspoons speculaas-spices
2 tablespoons milk
125 gram cold butter
flour for dusting the mold


Preparation
Sift the flour with the sugar, salt and spices into a large bowl.
Then add the milk. Take a knife, add the butter into the mixture and and mix while cutting.
If you use a mixer make sure to use the hooks.
Take the dough, put it in foil (make sure that there is no air in when you close the foil) and put in fridge for a few hours (preferably a whole day)

Pre heat the oven to 170 degrees Celsius

Take the dough out of the fridge. 
Sprinkle flour in the speculaas molds. 













Press an amount of dough in the speculaas shapes and cut away the excess dough with a very sharp knife
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Tap the shapes out of the molds (this is NOT easy, esp. with new molds, they need a bit of help)
Place  them on the baking tray.
Bake for 20 minutes (depending on your oven) until brown and ready.


 









Keep a close eye on the speculaas during the later stage of the baking, because you don’t want your speculaas be too dark, (you will taste and smell it, burned sugar!). 
Take them out and leave the speculaas on the baking tray for a few minutes to firm up. 


 









Transfer them to cool on a rack.
And Enjoy !!

Monday, 1 October 2012

Speculoos or Speculaas?

Is it Speculoos or is it Speculaas?

It is actually the same:
Speculoos is the Flemish name for Speculaas. The spread we sell is actually called Speculoos because it originates from Belgium. It is a spread made of speculaas.
The biscuits we sell are called Speculaas because they are made in Holland.

Speculoos Pasta with caramelized biscuits, is a delicious spread, ideal for those who want something different for breakfast or lunch.
The result is amazing: on bread or
toasts at breakfast; this spread is distinctive in taste, a pleasure for Speculaas lovers.

Replaces the well known speculaas biscuit on a sandwich.
Speculoos contains good, unsaturated fats, is rich in Omega 3 and does not contain artificial flavors, colors or preservatives, and most of all: is really delicious.