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Peperkoek met roggezemelen

Peperkoek met roggezemelen

Peperkoek met honing en roggezemelen.

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Order unitl 4 pm the day before for next-day delivery.


  • Honey (50.5%)
  • RYE flour
  • Sugar
  • Caramel
  • RYE brans (0.7%)
  • Baking powder (sodium bicarbonate, disodium diphosphate)
  • Spices

Nutritional Values

Nutritional values (per 100g):

  • Energy: 326 kcal / 1384 kJ
  • Fats: 0.8g (Of which saturated acids: 0.2g)
  • Carbohydrates: 75g (Of which sugars: 44g)
  • Fiber: 2.9g
  • Protein: 3.0g
  • Salt: 0.45g
Normale prijs €8,00 EUR
Normale prijs €9,50 EUR Aanbiedingsprijs €8,00 EUR
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About Maison Dandoy

Maison Dandoy, a family affair

Maison Dandoy's great-great-great-grandfather Jean-Baptiste was a baker. In 1829, he opened his first shop in the heart of Brussels. Thirty years later, he moved to Butter street (rue au Beurre) where he taught the job to his son Philippe. There, the Dandoy dynasty blossomed: 150 years later, butter and sugar still rule the roost under Saint Nicholas’ laughing eye.

Maison Dandoy, only fresh and natural ingredients

Maison Dandoy survived the difficult first half of the 20thCentury thanks to Jean-Philippe, Philippe’s son, and then to his daughter Fernande and her husband Valère Rombouts. The times during WWII were hectic and if it wasn’t for the crunchy crispbread, Maison Dandoy might not have made it. Only in 1948 Valère decided to start making all Maison Dandoy specialties again. Being a man of high standards, he’s preferred to wait three years until butter and sugar that met his standards were available again on the market.

La Maison Dandoy, a passionate perfectionist

During the 70’s, Jean Rombouts-Dandoy, Valère and Fernande’s son, and his wife Christiane brought a breath of fresh air to Maison Dandoy. Won over, Brussels people hurried Butter Street. A true passionate, Jean even turned down a NASA job offer to keep on creating new biscuits, helped by his two pastry chefs Pierre and Willy. As to Valère, at more than 80 years old, he was never far off and still kept a loving eye on the biscuits.

Maison Dandoy, it’s not just biscuits, it’s a way of life

After Jean and Christiane, Christine, their daughter, and Bernard Helson, their son-in-law, took over the family business. New boutiques opened but Maison Dandoy held on to the principles that made its success: family, crafts, quality and tradition. In 2012, Maison Dandoy went through a total makeover: golden dots everywhere. Alexandre and Antoine Helson, Bernard Helson’s sons and 7thgeneration of Maison Dandoy entered the adventure. What now? Lots of new ideas, big projects and the same old recipes.