Weight: 45 g/1.59 oz
Price: 1.50 PLN/$ 0.50/€ 0.35/£ 0.30
Energy: 549 kcal/100 g, 247 kcal/45 g
Ingredients: milk chocolate 23% (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, dried whole milk, dried whey, milk fat, emulsifiers (soya lecithin, E 476), flavouring), sugar, partially hydrogenated vegetable fat, wheat flour, peanuts 7.8% (paste and pieces), dried whey, dried whole milk, fat-reduced cocoa powder, rye flour, sunflower oil, egg powder, desiccated coconut, maltodextrin, emulsifier (soya lecithin, invert sugar solution, dried yoghurt, salty, raising agents: sodium hydrogen carbonate, ammonium hydrogen carbohydrate, sodium metabisulphite, flavourings. Milk chocolate: cocoa solids min. 31%, milk solids min. 14%.
Bajeczny is a bar with peanut filling enriched with crumbled wafers, covered with a thin layer of milk chocolate. Originally, it was a type of a chocolate candy from Mieszanka Wedlowska (Wedel Mix – I will definitely devote one entry to the Wedel Mix in the future!). As a part of the mix, it has been produced since 1930s. Because of the special equipment required for its production it used to be (along with the Pierrot and currently-withdrawn Rekord) the rarest type in the mix. In 1995 the bigger, bar version appeared. It’s considered one of the most popular types of sweets in Poland.