Bimbo Vanilla Conchas (2.12oz / 8pk)

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About this item

  • Individually packaged
  • Perfect for on-the-go snacking
  • Great for lunch boxes
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Bimbo Vanilla Conchas are a delicious sweet treat that your whole family will love. Eat them any time of day for a tasty snack. Throw them in lunch boxes or pack them for a picnic. No one will go hungry with this sweet treat around.

What Are Bimbo Vanilla Conchas?

Vanilla Conchas are Mexican-inspired sweet bread rolls that are topped with dough before baking. Bimbo conchas do not appear often at large-scale grocers in the United States but are very popular in Latino cultures. The Mexican-inspired sweet bread rolls are inexpensive in Latino markets and bakeries, making them an everyday type of treat that isn't just saved for special occasions.

A More Detailed Look at the Concha

These sweet bread rolls are called conchas due to the shell-like patterns and textures of their outer coatings. The dough topping used to coat the vanilla conchas typically consists of enriched eggs, butter and sugar: each added to the light yeast dough. The bread roll of the concha usually only contains mildly sweet flavors. Most of the flavor in these sweet bread rolls comes from the sugary, conch-like, coatings added to the bread roll before baking. The outer dough coating on Bimbo conchas comes in a variety of different flavors like chocolate and fruity flavors..

When to Eat Bimbo Vanilla Conchas?

These conchas provide convenient snacking at any time of the day. However, conchas often provide families with a delicious breakfast, as they are typically eaten for the morning meals. Many concha lovers enjoy their conchas with a hot cup of coffee or a cup of comforting tea. Also, consider filling your concha with some fruit or whipped cream for even more flavor. Anyone can liven up their mornings with the delicious taste of these vanilla conchas.

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