Palmas Sweet treats review

Ben Hodapp, Expert reporter

Sweets, eats, and yeets. Palma’s sweet treats is the one that beats all the competition . This magical bakery is to die for.

When you walk in you get the smell of baked goods and new store smell. You look up to the counter and get greeted by a friendly face who asks what would you like to purchase from their wide selection of goods to consume, from cookies to dog treats.

The cookies are kept in glass jars ready for your choosing. The cookies are large and in charge ready to punch you in the Adam’s apple with flavor. “My favorite [Palma’s] cookie is the chocolate chip cookie,” stated junior Elliott Grucza.

One thing to write home about is their peanut butter pie. The peanut butter pie is to die for. The expert craft workers crush fresh peanut butter cookies and spread the magic peanut butter goo on the inside. They then spread homemade whipped cream on the top and drizzle on melted chocolate and peanut butter drizzles.

They also sometimes sell a breakfast cake that is a giant cinnamon roll cake covered in glaze. Recently, our class sampled this cake. As stated by senior Becca Kerr, “ I wanted to eat an entire cake not just a slice.” Dylan Young also stated “yes.”

Palma’s also has a wide assortment of cheese cakes, sheet cakes, cupcakes, and pre-made goods like “puppy chow” and “white trash.” The cheesecake is fantastic and will create a flavor fest on your taste buds. Flavors offered include: chocolate, mint chocolate chip, white chocolate raspberry, chocolate chip cookie dough, lemon, peanut butter, chocolate peanut butter, oreo, and a seasonal pumpkin. The cupcakes are a game winning move with the perfect amount of butter cream and cake.

Palma’s also owns the adjacent building that they use to host banquets, wedding rehearsals, and birthday parties. The catering hall is a huge space for any occasion you have in mind with catering services available from Nick’s Place, Edinboro University Catering, Calamari’s, or the Concourse at Union Station.

Palma’s bakery is situated just down the road from General McLane High School across the street from Huling’s Blueberry Farm (from which they buy the produce used in their treats) at 11191 Edinboro Road. The cost of the baked goods are a little pricey, but you get a return of deliciousness for your money. I would recommend Palma’s to anyone who needs a sweet treat.


Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 10am-2pm and Closed Monday.