Are grown-ups really eating chocolate sprinkles on their toast at lunch?! For those of you who have yet to spend more that a few days in the lowlands, I will explain: In North America sprinkles are primarily reserved for ice-cream and cakes and normally for the likes of children, but here in the Netherlands, it is apparently perfectly normal behaviour for an adult to merrily sprinkle some fruit or chocolate flavoured sprinkles on their bread at mealtime. Now, hagelslag comes in many varieties; you can have chocolate hagelslag, fruit flavoured hagelslag or most perplexing of all — anise seed licorice seed hagelslag. Take a Dutch beschuit a twice baked piece of round toast , slap on some butter and adorn with either pink for a girl or blue for a boy anise hagelslag and serve to guests visiting the new babe —an important, if not odd, Dutch birthing tradition.
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