Would you like your coffee in a cup, a mug... or a doughnut?
A Queensland bakery already known for their 1kg doughnut challenge has pioneered a new way to serve delicious coffees – from inside a cinnamon doughnut.
Combining the baking skills of owner Jenna Sanders with the expertise of renowned Victorian barista Fernando Santi, Kenilworth Bakery have unveiled their coffee cup doughnuts.
Served from inside a large cinnamon doughnut, the creators line the hole with Nutella, and then pour in the coffee and hot steamed milk.
Not a coffee fan? They also do a hot chocolate version. And you get to eat the doughnut hole!
Jenna told Sunshine Coast Daily it took about a week to perfect, with Fernando being the brains behind the innovative item.
"Our new barista is out of this world,’ said Jenna.
This isn’t the first time that Kenilworth Bakery has wowed us. They are best known for their 1kg cream doughnut challenge which went viral this year. 2000 people have attempted to conquer the giant dessert, but Jenna says only 200 have managed it, the rest succumbing to the mammoth sweet.
"We've had lots of vomiting and sick people," she laughs.
@hamishandandy this puts eating the board at maccas to shame! I bet you could do it with a spray of Andy by Hamish! 1kg doughnut finish it, get your name on our wall! Plus it's free! #bakery #sunshinecoast #sunshinecoasthinterland #kenilworthbakery #kenilworth #foodie #foodporn #freshcream #nutella #hamishandandy #welovehamishandandy
There’s often a lot of hype around what the next big ‘superfood’ is and we’d officially like to nominate the coffee cup doughnut. Keep your kale and goji berries – when it comes to an actual super food you can’t beat serving a delicious coffee from inside a delicious doughnut.
Sunny Coast bakery selling coffee in doughnuts
A Sunshine Coast bakery is now serving coffee in doughnuts, attracting hundreds of visitors to the small town of Kenilworth. www.7News.com.au #7NewsPosted by 7 News Brisbane on Sunday, 3 December 2017
Recovering caffeine-addict and serial bruncher Eliza Murray feels most at home typing away in a cozy cafe with her re-mortgaged avocado toast nearby. When she isn't reporting on the latest Instagram-shattering glittery food trends, she can be found experimenting with new gin garnishes (hello strawberries!) or biting into an entire wheel of brie (no shame). She tweets @theothereliza