These Hungarian scone-like snacks are very easy to make. They are light and airy, and usually are made of flour, yeast, eggs, butter, cheese and cream, although there are many variations and even sweet versions. Regarding the size, it ranges from bite-size to 10-in or more. In some Hungarian folk tales, mom gives a knapsack full of pogásca to the elder son when he leaves home. I’ve read that in high school graduation ceremonies in Hungary, the students are given a picture of their classmates and a bag full of pogásca.