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This Australian restaurant is now selling Caramilk and Biscoff loaded cronuts for $19

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Customers in Sydney can now get their hands on a delicious Caramilk chocolate and Lotus Biscoff loaded cronut. 

Stockmans Burgers Beers Desserts (BBD) in Dee Why on Sydney’s Northern Beaches started selling the tasty creation on Saturday for $19. 

The Caramilk and Biscoff glazed dessert features a Caramilk custard core, in-house ice cream and crushed Caramilk pieces on top. 

A cronut is a croissant-doughnut hybrid that was first invented by an American pastry chef.

Stockmans Burgers Beers Desserts (BBD) in Sydney's north started selling the Caramilk chocolate and Lotus Biscoff loaded cronut on Saturday August 1 for $19 (pictured)

Stockmans Burgers Beers Desserts (BBD) in Sydney’s north started selling the Caramilk chocolate and Lotus Biscoff loaded cronut on Saturday August 1 for $19 (pictured)

After the restaurant shared the news on Instagram and Facebook, customers quickly commented and seemed excited to try the tasty unique dessert.

‘That’s wild,’ one person said, another added: ‘Yes please!’

Stockmans BBD is open from 11am to 9pm every day except Tuesdays. 

The popular cafe is known for its tasty loaded burgers, fries and the ‘funkiest’ desserts.

The Caramilk and Biscoff (biscuit pictured) glazed dessert features a Caramilk custard core, in-house ice cream and crushed Caramilk pieces on top

The Caramilk and Biscoff (biscuit pictured) glazed dessert features a Caramilk custard core, in-house ice cream and crushed Caramilk pieces on top 

In July another Sydney cafe transformed the Caramilk blocks (pictured) into indulgent choc tops

In July another Sydney cafe transformed the Caramilk blocks (pictured) into indulgent choc tops

And this isn’t the first time an Australian restaurant has used Cadbury’s Caramilk or Lotus’ Biscoff to create tasty desserts.

In late July, a Sydney cafe transformed the Caramilk blocks into indulgent choc tops.  

The Cheat Day café in Peakhurst, Southern Sydney, is selling the unique creations for $10 per cup or cone.

The soft serve ice cream is topped with melted Caramilk chocolate and for an extra $1 customers can add a biscuit, crushed peanuts or shredded coconut on top. 

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