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Item # HON0011

Solve your energy-bar problem.

If you've ridden the roads of Belgium, Honey Stinger's Organic Stinger Waffles might remind you of the waffles you'd have inevitably snacked on. But aside from the waffle pattern and round shape, the differences are perhaps greater than the similarities.

Honey Stinger's Waffles are created just for endurance athletes, not merely as a tasty morning snack. And that they're packaged in single serving units makes them easy to carry in your jersey pocket for that moment when you'd like to eat something with a bit of texture. The Stinger Waffles are simultaneously toasty and chewy as you eat them. And unlike bizarre lab-born products, the natural ingredients in the Waffles chew easily and go down quick -- almost too quick. Because they taste so good, you'd like for them to last a bit longer.

Like their other energy foods, the Honey Stinger Waffles rely on honey, nature's energy food, for a majority of the carbohydrate load. The honey is easily digested because it's made of a just-right 1:1 blend of fructose and glucose. It acts quickly to give you a burst of energy and is easy on the stomach. With the waffle, you'll also get carbs from organic wheat and soy flour along with organic cane sugar and rice syrup. Honey Stinger Organic Stinger Waffles are packaged in a box of 16 individually wrapped waffles. They come in Honey, Vanilla, Chocolate, Lemon, and Strawberry flavors and are a great on and off the bike snack.

  • Comes as a box of 16 individually wrapped waffles
  • Each 30g waffle contains 160 calories
  • The sweet and chewy waffle doesn’t taste like an ‘energy bar,’ and you may catch yourself eating them at home
  • Not safe for cyclists or runners with allergies to wheat, soy, or eggs

  • 16 individually wrapped waffles
  • 160 calories per waffle
  • Contains wheat, soy, and eggs

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight:
[Without Wrapper] 1 oz
Recommended Use:
cycling, biking, emergencies

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5 5

Great for on the go

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I eat these everywhere I go. Whether it is on the commute, on the trail, skin, track, or even sitting at my desk working.

5 5

husband loves these

husband loves these all his friends are wanting to get them

5 5

Stroopwafels be damned!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

OK, not really as these cannot compete with a hot cup of coffee and a stroopwafel in the morning, but you may be able to convince yourself otherwise on an early morning tour. Keep one in your pocket and it is a nice treat as you need a few calories on your way up the skin track. Very slim/light and just enough taste/sweetness along with 160 calories to keep you going. I like all the flavors, but usually prefer to grab a Gingersnap or Vanilla if given a choice. Slip one in a pocket, fishing vest or jacket and you have a quick and easy to digest snack for the day ahead.

5 5

Buyer Beware,

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These things are addicting!

5 5

One of my Go-to's

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you've got questions about these waffles, other Honey Stinger products, or energy foods, feel free to contact me.

I personally use these for a variety of sports. Longer ski tours, hikes, backpacking, longer trad climbs...pretty much anything where space and weight are important.

I've used a variety of the flavors (I think almost all but possibly chocolate) and have no issues with the taste. I think it's better than other energy foods out there. But keep in mind, flavor/taste will differ from person to person and day to day.

Cold Days:
On cold days energy bars and foods tend to harden up and become incredibly difficult to eat. What I love about the waffles is that they're low profile so putting 1-2 of these on my body in a warm area (arm pit, pockets, back or my hand under my gloves) they can thaw out in a less annoying way than a bulky bar will.

If you've got questions or want to chat about these or any other energy food before picking some up, feel free to reach out and I'd be happy to help out navigate the landscape of energy foods.

1 5

Watch out for expiration dates!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

First off, these are excellent waffles. 5 stars, every flavor is the bomb.

This review is 1 star for and their diminishing quality control, which is borderline unethical this time. Usually a box of waffles has a ~9-month-from-the-day-you-get-them expiration date. This time, and the last time, I get a box or two with an expiration date of 2 weeks from when I receive them. So they're rock hard, borderline stale, and it's BS that backcountry is sneaking old inventory into orders. Shame on the quality control people, it's sad you are now repeatedly sinking to this.


Watch out for expiration dates!!
Responded on


Really sorry to hear that you received a box that was within a few days/weeks of its expiration.

Please contact me and I'd be happy to get this all corrected for you.

5 5

Gingersnap and Lemon, All the way

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've eaten my fair share of these little condensed individually wrapped waffles, and I must say gingersnap tastes just like a gingerbread cookie and lemon tastes like a lemon fiber one bar. Strawberry flavor is good too. I was not keen on vanilla at first try, tastes like a butter cookie to me. It grows on you though.

4 5

easy to digest, good taste

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Still one of my favorite during ride products. it tastes good and I digest it easily. Everyone I have handed them off to has liked them a lot as well.

5 5

Nom Nom Nom So TASTY

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I snarfed a caramel flavored Honey Stinger Waffle and I really, really enjoyed it.

I was going to eat it out on the trail and give y'all a thorough report on the quality and length of the energy boost, you know, all the good stuff.

Here's the thing though, it looked really good. So I ate it in the car.

I have a couple of thoughts beyond taste. I'm not a big fan of energy food. I once read a compelling article about Snickers bars; the author pointed out that if going by calories per ounce and even by nutrition, a Snickers bar is as good or better than a lot of the energy or "power" foods marketed to outdoorsmen.

For me, backpacking has always been a great excuse to eat a Snickers bar, after all, I think they're damned tasty but I don't eat them often because I really don't need the help expanding my waistline - you know?

Snickers are 134 calories per ounce. Honey Stinger Waffles pack 160 calories per ounce. Also, Snickers have a nasty habit of melting on a hot summer day, no such worry with a Honey Stinger Waffle.

If space or melting is an issue, or if, saints forefend, you just don't like Snickers - why not reach for a Honey Stinger Waffle?

I'm certainly gonna throw one in my pack now and then for variety.

Avg. ride time: 7h 27m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.
5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Lemon, chocolate, regular they're all good to eat.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

all I can say is WOW!

Avg. ride time: 1h 32m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.
5 5

Ride food of choice!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

when I have to grab for a packaged treat during a ride this is the only thing I choose.
Perfect size and easy to digest during hard rides.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are delicious and provide great variety from the other types of sporty snacks. I switch off between these and the chews (also from Honey Stinger, or the chews from Clif) and they all work great to keep me going.

My favorite flavor is strawberry, but it's hard to go wrong. Don't pay way more buying these individually at the last minute at the shop/store! Stock up and be stoked.

5 5

Poor packaging from Back country

I purchased 3 boxes of HS waffles. They were put into a oversize box and the individual packages were scatter through out the box. I suspect that I will have a lot of crumbled waffles. The individual boxes were not taped shut and there was very little packaging material to keep them from getting scattered about. The stingers are great but I would use a different vendor. Backcountry did a pretty poor job. The five star rating is for the Honey stingers. If rated separately I would have give them a one star for at least getting the right product.

5 5

Great taste and easy to eat

An energy bar you can really chug. These usually end up as a package of crumbs which is fine if you just want to tip them back like a bag of crumbled up chips. Way easier than breaking your teeth off in a hardened bar.

5 5

Hits the spot

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are my favorite snacks for trail runs. Simple taste and good ingredients. Doesn't upset my stomach like most other "bars". Top flavors are honey and gingersnap. I put them in my Patagonia Pro Strider shorts and don't have an issue with them crumbling.

5 5

Am I Eating a Cookie?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I usually hate eating bars or prepackage foods, but Honey Stinger products have become the exception to that. These are so tasty that I have to remind myself that it's not a dessert. I like to bring these on climbs - they are lightweight and easy to eat. Perfect little mid day snack! All the flavors are really good too. You can't really go wrong with any of them.

Avg. ride time: 1h 16m per week
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4 5

Pack in the calories, pack out crumbs

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very tasty and with 160 calories per waffle they pack in the energy right when you need it. I'm removing a star because of the packaging/crumble factor. The way they open you literally break the waffle in half every time you open it. Maybe this is fine, even better, for eating, but it's kinda annoying. Where the Clif Shot Block has ideal packaging for consumption, this is the opposite. The crumble factor could be residual from the crumbling career of Lance Armstrong who was previously the poster boy.

5 5

Great Snack for Riding

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The waffles are a must-have for the trail. Great if you want something more substantial than gummies but still with that sugar kick. Chocolate and gingersnap are super tasty.