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Foodies are drooling over this one kilogram doughnut challenge – so would YOU take it on?

An Australian country bakery has issued an irresistible challenge for its customers and brave foodies alike – to demolish one of their huge one-kilogram doughnuts.

The Kenilworth Country Bakery is tucked away in the Sunshine Coast’s hinterland and is famous for its doughnuts.

The bakery opens at 7am and closes at 1pm – unless they sell out of their delicious pastries sooner.

An Australian country bakery has issued an irresistible challenge for its customers and brave foodies alike - to demolish one of their huge one-kilogram doughnuts

An Australian country bakery has issued an irresistible challenge for its customers and brave foodies alike - to demolish one of their huge one-kilogram doughnuts

An Australian country bakery has issued an irresistible challenge for its customers and brave foodies alike – to demolish one of their huge one-kilogram doughnuts

The Kenilworth Country Bakery is tucked away in the Sunshine Coast's hinterland and is famous for its doughnuts

The Kenilworth Country Bakery is tucked away in the Sunshine Coast's hinterland and is famous for its doughnuts

The Kenilworth Country Bakery is tucked away in the Sunshine Coast’s hinterland and is famous for its doughnuts

The bakery opens at 7am and closes at 1pm - unless they sell out of their delicious pastries sooner

The bakery opens at 7am and closes at 1pm - unless they sell out of their delicious pastries sooner

The bakery opens at 7am and closes at 1pm – unless they sell out of their delicious pastries sooner

One of their most popular doughnuts is the one kilogram challenge doughnut.

It costs $20, but if you finish it and take a video of you finishing the doughnut, you get your money back.

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The challenge doughnuts are available in six flavours.

There is a giant custard and cream filled creation as well as jam and cream and Nutella and cream creations.

For those looking for something a little more unique there’s the beestings variant, but that costs $25.

For people who like their doughnuts served with a little less cream there’s the more traditional chocolate and strawberry glazed options on offer.

And customers are stepping up to the challenge – giving themselves ‘points for trying’ when they fail to get through the huge dessert.

One of their most popular doughnuts is the one kilogram challenge doughnut, it costs $20 but if you finish it you get your money back

One of their most popular doughnuts is the one kilogram challenge doughnut, it costs $20 but if you finish it you get your money back

One of their most popular doughnuts is the one kilogram challenge doughnut, it costs $20 but if you finish it you get your money back

The challenge doughnuts are available in six flavours

The challenge doughnuts are available in six flavours

The challenge doughnuts are available in six flavours

‘Only made it half way through!’ one woman exclaimed, sharing a picture of herself grinning with a jam and cream filled doughnut.

While one woman shared a time lapse video of herself methodically tackling the whole thing.

And another was keen to do the challenge again.

‘Take me back, this was only a week ago but I am ready for more doughnuts,’ one woman said.  

There is a giant custard and cream filled creation as well as jam and cream and Nutella and cream creations

There is a giant custard and cream filled creation as well as jam and cream and Nutella and cream creations

There is a giant custard and cream filled creation as well as jam and cream and Nutella and cream creations

'Take me back, this was only a week ago but I am ready for more doughnuts,' one woman said

'Take me back, this was only a week ago but I am ready for more doughnuts,' one woman said

‘Take me back, this was only a week ago but I am ready for more doughnuts,’ one woman said

Others were keen to give it a go.

‘I could probably give this one kilo doughnut challenge a fair crack,’ one man said.

Some know their limits without trying the challenge.

‘Their doughnuts are bloody good, but there is no way I could eat that,’ one  man laughed. 

Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News

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