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    Discovering Polish Sweets: Krówki

    Indulge in the delectable world of Polish confectionery with krówki, Polish toffee candies. Discover the unique blend of milky caramel flavors and creamy textures, steeped in a rich tradition dating back to the 19th century.

    Krówki, literally “little cows” in Polish, are unique Polish sweets that captivate with their unparalleled flavor and texture. Handcrafted, they are hard and crispy on the outside, yet the inside is more fluid than solid. This combination of crunchiness and creamy consistency makes krówki a favorite treat for many.

    The history of krówki dates back to the 19th century when they accompanied travelers on long journeys, providing them with sustenance and sweet pleasure. Their name refers to their shape, resembling small cows. Traditionally, krówki were made from milk, sugar, and butter, offering an unmatched taste.

    Today, krówki continue to enjoy immense popularity in Poland and beyond. They can be found in various flavors and variations, from classic milk to fruit or chocolate flavors. They are an integral part of holiday and family traditions, often given as gifts or enjoyed alongside a cup of coffee.

    President Duda: In the European Parliament, We Must Fight for Polish Interests

    During a meeting with the local community in Przedecz, President Andrzej Duda firmly emphasized the importance of representing Polish interests in the European Parliament. His words were a clear message to all Poles not to believe in the illusion of a unified European representation but to focus on defending national interests.