The sweet is made with white chocolate filled with tropical fruit praline. 50% of sales go to those affected by the volcano
The José Antonio de San Pedro del Pinatar bakery and confectionery has created a banana-shaped bonbon to help the victims of the La Palma volcano. The sweet is made with white chocolate filled with tropical fruit praline, which makes it the perfect companion for coffee, an infusion, to take with homemade cakes or with any pastry product.
It is, without a doubt, a real delicacy that, in addition to brightening the taste, serves as a support for those affected by the volcanic eruption, since 50% of the sales go to them. In addition, the bakery itself provides the official account number given by the Cabildo de La Palma to make any other contribution: IBAN ES47-2100–9169-0122-0017-9456
This establishment is also the creator of iconic desserts such as the chocolate Prawn from the Mar Menor and the sweet Seahorse for the benefit of Hippocamus. The José Antonio de San Pedro del Pinatar bakery and confectionery continues to innovate in its confectionery, leaving iconic desserts and, at the same time, setting an example of solidarity.