This traditional khruchiki recipe has been handed down through my mother's side from my great-grandmother. As a child, it was my job to loop the end of each cookie through its hole. —Sherine Elise Gilmour, Brooklyn, New York
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Krówki - literally "little cows," are Polish fudge, semi-soft milk toffee candies. he original recipe usually contains milk, sugar, and sometimes butter, cream and vanilla flavor. There are also chocolate and coffee flavored krówki available, as well as versions made from soy milk for lactose intolerant consumers. THE BEST THING EVER! <3
I have 2 head cheese recipes I make regularly. This one is a Polish style head cheese. My dad was Native and French so I was raised with the French Canadian head cheese recipe. When I made this for the first time for my Polish husband he said it reminded him of a recipe his mom made but had a different consistency. I do also have Polish roots, so after asking around about the difference between the two, this is what I came up with. Hubby says it is just like his mom used to make.