- Bollos (tubes of ground maize -similar to Italian polenta- or from scratched mandioc -yuca-, served with coastal cheese and sometimes whey or butter)
- Pandeyuca (Baked cheese bread made with yucca flour)
- Garullas (corn bread roll)
- Pandequeso (cheesy cornbread)
- Carimañolas (like empanadas but made up of manioc)
- Pan de Sagú (sago bread)
- Pan de Maíz (cornbread)
- Achira biscuits
- Curd biscuits
- Roscón (a soft and sweet bagel filled with either dulce de leche or guava jam)
- Colombina (lollipop)
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