Polish Pastry

Polish cuisine is known for its meaty and savoury dishes, but it also possesses an impressive array of sweet dishes with unexpected ingredients such as rose jam, cheese and poppy seeds.

Paczki are one of the most typical sweet snacks you can buy in Kielbasa Factory every Friday. This is the Polish equivalent to a doughnut. It is a deep-fried piece of dough shaped into a flattened sphere and filled with fruit preserves. Most commonly, they are filled with a stewed plum jam or wild rose hip jam. The top can be either covered in glazed or powdered sugar. In Poland, the last Thursday before Lent is known as Paczki Day. (It can also be referred to as Greasy Thursday or Fat Thursday.) It is similar to the American tradition of Fat Tuesday.

Besides paczki our store also offers faworki (angel wings), makowiec (poppy cake), pierniki (gingerbread cookies), sernik (cheesecake), fresh yeast and many others. Please visit us to experience the whole variety of our fresh, delicious and unique pastry products.

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Pączki with glaze

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Pączki with powdered sugar

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Drożdżówka z serem

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Danish with peach

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Danish with cherry

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Danish with blueberry

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Makowiec

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Poppy seed cheesecake

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Droźdżówka z makiem

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Danishes

kremowka

Papal kremowka

Chrusciki

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