Monday, 4 December 2017

The Polish Bakery

As regular readers of Rose's Rooftop will know, I'm a huge fan of baked goods, so when The Polish Bakery got in touch, I was really excited to try some of their products. They're an award-winning family business founded in 2003 and based in London with their breads available from many supermarkets such as Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury's. 
As my maternal grandfather was Polish and born in Łódź, I have lots of memories of eating traditional Polish food with him, especially at this time of year, so it was really special for me to get the opportunity again. Read on to check out what the bakery has to offer and what I thought of their breads and cakes...


The Polish Bakery is known for it's hand-finished sourdough bread created with a traditional Polish recipe. Sourdough contains probiotics, reduces insulin levels, has a low glycemic index and above all, is extremely tasty. My favourite ways to eat it at this time of year is are toasted with a tomato and bean soup or dipped into baked Camembert studded with garlic. 

The bakery also stocks a range of rye breads, most of which are yeast free and perfect for making open sandwiches with. I first discovered rye bread in Scandinavia and have been a big fan since, it's texture is denser than wheat flour bread, but it's higher in fiber and contains less calories if you are trying to cut down. It also tastes great with cream cheese, picked cucumber, smoked salmon and dill!


I've eaten a lot of Polish biscuits in my life, but not many cakes, so it was really interesting for me to see and taste some traditional desserts. The first was a cheesecake, something which I wouldn't have associated with Poland but after having looked it up, it's apparently one of the most common desserts served in both Polish restaurants and at home and after having tasted it - I can totally see why!

The second was a Luxury Poppy Seed Cake, filled with cherries, apples, walnuts, almonds and chocolates. Poppy seeds are something that I've seen quite a lot in Polish baking and although my mind wouldn't jump immediately to pairing them with chocolate, it works really well and is a great alternative this time of year to Christmas cake.

The Polish Bakery products are available at most supermarkets and you can check out their website here

*Disclaimer: These products were sent to me free of charge but all thoughts and opinions are my own

Have you tried any Polish food before?



  1. Delicious!

  2. That cake sounds so good!!

  3. I don't know if I've ever tried any Polish food before. I love bread dipped into baked Camembert - so delicious! x

    Jenny | LuxeStyle

  4. I have to admit that in our area you can't get Polish food - only one time in my life I got an invitation from a nice Polish woman and the food she served was good! What you show here looks extremely yummy!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  5. These all look delicious especially the breads! I've never actually heard of The Polish Bakery before so I'll have to keep an eye out for them in the supermarket!
    Amy xx

  6. It looks so delicious! Suchlovely pics dear.

  7. I find I always warm to family-run businesses and so it's lovely to know The Polish Bakery is just that. The cake looks absolutely delicious, yum! Perfect for sharing! :)

  8. Wow what a great post! Everything looks so delicious!

    Gemma x

  9. This all looks so good! How fun to try the cakes too.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

  10. So yummy! :)

  11. Omg everything looks so delish!!



  12. Looks delicious!!!


  13. Oh, I love baked things! The Poppy seeds cake seems to be delicious! One of my sisters-in-law is from a Polish family and I tasted so good things! Loved the pictures! Hope you have a lovely week!

  14. it sound yummy, delicious recipe
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  15. Delicious cake

  16. YUM! All of this food looks ridiculously delicious. I'm a HUGE fan of sourdough bread, and I'll bet this bakery had some of the best! And their cakes look like perfection too. I've never had polish food, but I'd love to try it! Especially if we could actually get out to Poland!

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  17. Wowww so good produtcs. And the cake one temptation of the gods...
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  18. Those cakes look so good, yummy

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  20. Looks delicious, i love bread and here in Portugal im also lucky because we have a lot of diferent bread and its so so good!

  21. waooo wonderfull...! realy this is full of yammi i love it.. thanks for sharing dear... :) online shopping in shopping pk

  22. This all looks absolutely amazing! A baked good lover's dream ;)


  23. Omg, what a gorgeous + yummy spread! Great for holiday entertaining, too.

    Le Stylo Rouge

  24. Wow, so many delicious looking treats! I've never had Polish food let alone baked goods, but now you have me wanting to try! I had no idea you were Polish either, such a beautiful mix of Italian and Polish! I believe I've only had Sourdough bread once or twice, but now you have me wanting to try it out with soup the next time I make it. Thanks for sharing, beauty, and I hope you have a great day!



  25. Those look delish!! Would pay to try that right now, haha.. -

  26. Looks super delicious! Wow! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a wonderful week!
    Much love, Len

  27. They look so delicious.

  28. i never tried polish pastries but it all looks appetizing.

    Much Love,
    Jane | The Bandwagon Chic

  29. Thanks a lot :D

    all looks delicious my dear :D I need to try

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  30. This looks delicious! I've never tried Polish food but I would love to give it a go! :) x

  31. Oooooh - wow, wow, wow!!!! Everything looks amazing!!!!! LOVE this!!!

    Layla xx


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