Polish Egg Dessert {Kogel Mogel}

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Polish Egg Dessert {Kogel Mogel}

Kogel mogel [koh-ghel moh-ghel] was my favorite after school snack for many years when I was a kid. I’d get home, whip up a chocolate “kogel mogel” and indulge in this sweet, creamy and oddly delicious dessert. This portion was just large enough to satisfy the sweet craving and get a bit of something in my belly to hold me over til dinner.

Kogel mogel was a very popular Polish dessert when I was growing up. Sweets may have been hard to come by, but we always had eggs and sugar. With bakeries every other corner, serving up so many varieties of different sweets, cakes, breads and cookies these days, I don’t see people making kogel mogel much any more.  I do make it once in a while and, boy, does it take me back… sigh…

Polish Egg Dessert Kogel mogel

Polish Egg Dessert {Kogel Mogel}

  • Yields: 1 serving
  • Cook Time: 1 min

Ingredients

  • 2 egg yolks*
  • 1 tsp of sugar
  • For the chocolate version:
  • Add 2 tsp of cocoa

Instructions

  1. Separate egg yolks from whites. Place egg yolks and sugar (and cocoa, if preparing the chocolate version) in a coffee mug. With a hand beater and single beater beat the egg with sugar (and cocoa) for 60 seconds on high.

Notes

* REMEMBER! Consuming raw or undercooked eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness. ENJOY AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Let me know what you think!

Smacznego!

Anna

PS WARNING! CONSUMING RAW OR UNDERCOOKED MEATS, POULTRY, SEAFOOD, SHELLFISH, OR EGGS MAY INCREASE YOUR RISK OF FOOD BORNE ILLNESS.

 


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4 Comments

  1. We used to do this different. You take the egg whites and beat to stiff peaks in a bowl. Then beat the sugar and yolks in a mug. Then pour yolks into the bowl with the egg white and mix with a spoon until uniform. Enjoy.

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