In Bulgaria, the pogacha (or pitka) is relatively big as well. I don’t think we actually make such small ones, unless for special occasions (like kolacheta for Christmas) or fried dough (buhti, mekitsi etc). I could be wrong though…
And while @Karpivna asked about the Macedonians, I’ll add that on memorial services we also give sweetened boiled wheat. Specifically, when you receive it, you should say “Bog da prosti” ([May] God forgive).
Btw, kutia/кутия here means “box”.