We knew the Australians were ahead of the game when they started putting doughnuts on top of milkshakes, but when we saw this doughnut – which features, amongst other things, edible glitter in a syringe, bubblegum glaze, Chupa Chups lollipops, and strawberry Persian candy floss – we knew they’d found a way to take things even further.
Created for the one-year anniversary of the opening of the Doughnut Time chain, these creations are the result of a collaboration between the brand and several high-profile bakers.
Aside from birthday-cake-themed doughnuts, the inventions also feature churros, Mexican chilli chocolate, caramel and Nutella…
…Passionfruit curd, mango, meringue and edible flowers…
…And something called a fruit salad unicorn cheesecake ball.
Although the above creations are not for sale, the café does sell some equally insane doughnuts. They are responsible for this mildly hypnotising Nutella-stuffed doughnut.
And this: a glazed brioche doughnut, stuffed with something called Nutella bacon (which scares us a little), and a Wagyu beef cheeseburger.
Congratulations, Australia. You have reached peak doughnut.