These miniature Conti’s cakes are not edible but they’re for a good cause
By purchasing these cake magnets, you’ll also get to help scholars of 2KK Tulong sa Kapwa Kapatid
Nov 6, 2020
We’ve been putting cakes inside our fridge to keep them fresh… but what if we can have these sweet treats displayed outside (specifically, on our fridge doors) instead?
This idea has thankfully been brought to life by Conti’s bakeshop and restaurant, which recently transformed their signature cakes into a limited edition magnet collection.
The magnets come in three different designs, including the bakeshop’s dreamy choco overload cake. Also transformed into refrigerator eye candy is Conti’s indulgent ube custard, a sponge cake made with real purple yam and layers of creamy custard.
The bakeshop’s iconic mango bravo cake gets its mini-me magnet version as well, with details capturing the cake’s delectable layers of crunchy wafers filled with chocolate mousse, cream and mango cubes.
Sales from these magnets will help scholars of 2KK Tulong sa Kapwa Kapatid, a volunteer organization that aims to empower underprivileged youth through education. Since it was established in 2003, the foundation has produced high school and college graduates through its Yaman Ang Pag-aralin Ang Kabataan (Yapak) scholarship program.
These cute magnets cost P123 each for every P900 single-receipt purchase. A single receipt allows you to purchase one magnet. The cake magnets are available in all Conti’s bakeshop branches for dine-in and takeout customers until supplies last.
Header photo from Conti’s bakeshop and restaurant
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