Delectable doughy donuts filled with chocolate hazelnut spread, and served warm so the Nutella has melted just enough that it's oozing out... I'm getting hungry just writing about it!
People are traveling all over Melbourne to get their hands on one (or ten!) of these delicious donuts. Read on to find out where you can get your fix!
Burnside Heights Tenterfield Mini Mart is building up quite a following for their donuts, made by Big Lou's Donuts. Only $5 for coffee and a donut. Address: 102 Tenterfield Drive, Burnside Heights
Fawkner Jimmy's Place in Fawkner is drawing crowds from all over for their famous Nutella donuts. They have plenty each day, but do sell out, so get in early. Phone orders available on 9359-0151. Address: 38 Argyle Street, Fawkner
Hoppers Crossing Queues are forming outside Daniel's Bakery everyday for their Nutella donuts. They have 6 for $7.50, or double-shot versions (double the Nutella!) for $4 each. They are open for late-night customers too. Address: 150 Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing
Ivanhoe Benjamin's Patisserie is owned and run by top pastry chef Benjamin, who has now added Nutella donuts to his repertoire. Address: 229 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe
Mordialloc Mr Donut's factory outlet store in Mordialloc sells Nutella donuts direct to the public. Address: 300 Lower Dandenong Road, Mordialloc
Parkdale Cafe on Warren (affectionately known as 'COW' to locals) is serving up Nutella Donuts every Friday. Address: 83-85 Warren Road, Parkdale
Thomastown According to their Facebook page, people are traveling from all over (including interstate) to get some of Mick's Donuts from Mick's Place in Thomastown. They even take phone orders on 9466-2706. Address: 91 Victoria Drive, Thomastown
Various Locations Fergusson Plarre Bakehouse sells a mini Nutella donut ball for only $2 each. Less calories, but still so delicious. See website for store locations.
These donuts are getting more popular by the day, and lots of cafes, restaurants and bakeries are getting in on this trend. If you know of any places we can get our Nutella hit, please add them in the Comments section below.
They are excellent I bought some today just baked at the Vietnamese Bakery on Centre Road Bentleigh. It was called Tiras Bakery but I think they have new owners, Just opposite the Brotherhood Op Shop (that is also having a half price sale). $2.50 I took some home for dessert but the family insisted on eating them while they were warm. Gotta love bakeries that cook on the premises. Spoilt for choice in Bentleigh.