In Colombia, like in many other Latin American Countries, it's common to find a bakery in nearly every neighborhood. These bakeries tend to have loyal clients that are familiar with the baking schedules of their favorite treats. I remember that my sister and I would usually frequent a bakery where they prepare "the best mojicones in the city," around 4 o'clock when the first batch was prepared. Mojicones are sweet bread with powdered sugar that can be prepared with different fillings, but usually, they vary. They can be made with cheese, like a sandwich or with cheese and arequipe. Though I like them all, I prefer the cheese kind.
Here is my recipe for Colombian mojicones.