The cheese industry has a turnover of around 7 billion euros per year in Netherlands. There are a lot of different types of cheese. Gouda and edam are the most popular. Gouda has six types as dependent on the age of the cheese.Jong Belegen is my favorite!
Stroopwafel is a cookie that is traditional in Netherlands. These are made with two thin crispy waffles, filled and glued together with a special caramel syrup. You can eat after let soften with steam that put your waffle on top of coffee or tea mug.
Bitterballen is basically mini kroket. It is typically containing a mixture of beef or veal, beef broth, butter, flour for thickening, parsley, salt and pepper, resulting in a thick roux. These great snacks are served with mustard.
Oliebollen are traditionally eaten on New Year's Eve.The dough is made from flour, eggs, yeast, some salt, milk, baking powder. Generally there are two types: With raisins or pure. Oliebollen are typically served topped with a sprinkle of powdered sugar.
Hagelslag is a traditional Dutch food. It is small sprinkles, often made of chocolate. It is often eaten on bread or sandwich between two pieces of bread. Also it can be added thin layer butter before sprinkling them on. You can buy it from Albert Heijn and spread it on bread with butter.