About us

The Dunselman family has been in the confectionery for over a 100 years.
At the moment the fourth generation has the pastry shop called Tearoom Lanskroon.
Lanskroon is famous for its delicious king-size honey syrup waffle.
Next to waffles we sell various pastries and cookies with several fillings which one can enjoy
with a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate in the sitting area. In the morning there are several croissants for a small breakfast.
When one is not inclined to sit there is “coffee to go” and several pre-packed products such as granola, cookies and jams.
Ideal for gifts and to take back home. A such honey syrup waffles come in a nice box with six waffles.

Next to sweets there are savory products such as sausage and cheese rolls.

During the year they have seasonal products. Quite famed are the Christmas and Easter stoles, the “oliebollen” (a fried pastry with nuts, raisins and rum) in the months November / December and during the summer ice cream and sorbets.

Being progressive Lanskroon has several vegan and gluten-free pastries.

To place an order just go to assortment and klick a product and follow the  dropdown menu.
Here one can also find the more information about the main ingredients,  allergens and the prices.

Mind you that a lot of products contain peanut oil. When in doubt we will be glad to answer all the questions you have about the products.

Welcome in tearoom the Lanskroon and enjoy!

Charities

The proceeds of the granola and part of the proceeds of the confectionary go to the following charities:

The foundation of the Source for Peace and Happiness (De stichting de Bron voor Rust & Geluk)

In Portugal, at the South-West coast is a place where adults and children can find peace and happiness with a unique program during a weekend or weekly course. For autistic children and their parents and people with other needs there is a customized program.
For more information: www.bronvoorrustengeluk.nl

Bake for life

Bake for Life gives the young disabled in developing countries a chance by setting up and organizing bakeries where they can be trained to be bakers. After completing their training with success they can take over the bakery or start a new one in their village or region with the help of the foundation.
For more information: www.bakeforlife.nl.