88 Krówki, Polish Milk Fudge

aho's homemade food

To be honest, I’ve never thought that fudge can be so good when made at home. And Poland is famous for its fudge. Called krówki in Polish, what literally translates as ‘little cows’, they are a flavour of many childhoods. If you are ever in Poland, I strongly recommend getting some Polish fudge. Your friends will love you for such a sweet souvenir.
I remember once, when I was a child, I must have been 10 or 11, my Mum said she’d show us what sweets she used to eat when she was little. She said that chocolate was not easily available in the times of Polish People’s Republic, so people were mastering the art of creating something from (almost) nothing. Since the shops were empty most of the time and shopping required queuing for hours just to get sugar, meat or other (now taken for granted and widely available) groceries, one must have…

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