Bakery is challenging people to see if they can eat colossal 1kg doughnut
Everyone loves to treat themselves to a doughnut now and again – but could you handle one that weighs 1kg?
Well a bakery is now challenging people to do just that in a new food challenge.
The 'world famous' Kenilworth Country Bakery in Queensland, Australia, has a 1kg doughnut that they are seeing if anyone can finish.
And those who do will get their money back and also get their name on their Wall of Fame.
Luckily, here are plenty of flavours to choose from and they are all just as yummy as the next to help it go down.
This includes a chocolate and strawberry ring doughnut, as well as a 'Beesting', Jam & Cream, Custard & Cream, and a Nutella & Cream sweet roll.
Prices for the colossal doughnut range from $20 (£11) to $25 (£14) – but obviously you'd get that back if you demolish it.
To take part, you have to order the doughnut on the bakery's website, pick it up and then film yourself munching it down in one sitting without help from a friend.
So obviously us Brits won't be able to take part, but we can enjoy watching those who do and hope a bakery here offers us the challenge very soon.
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Once the bakery gets the video and verifies its authenticity, anyone who finishes it will get a refund for the doughnut.
The challenges comes after an Aussie bloke recently became the first to complete a pub's 5kg Burger Challenge – and even got dessert after.
Food lover James had to devour a $60 (£34) burger, which weighed 5kg, in under 30 minutes to complete the challenge.
He managed to demolish the monster burger in just 25 minutes and 37 seconds – which made him the first to beat the clock and earn a place on the 'Legends Board' at the pub.
James also earned himself a tasty $650 (£363) in prize money for completing the challenge.
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