This Incredibly Indulgent Hot Bread Dessert is Taking the Foodie World by Storm – and You Only Need THREE Ingredients
- A popular cake delivery service explains how to make a delicious dessert for Easter
- They slice hot buns and spread Nutella on top, then add Caramilk chocolate
- Then they add Nutella to the top buns and place them in a sandwich press
- Once they’ve toasted, they cut the buns open to reveal a delicious, oozy dessert.
A popular cake delivery service has shared how to make a decadent and delicious hot bun dessert perfect for Easter
A popular cake delivery service has explained how to whip up a decadent and delicious dessert that’s perfect for Easter.
Cake Mail, an Australian-based delivery service, has created the ultimate sweet treat with hot rolls, Nutella and Caramilk chocolate.
To make the simple dessert, first cut your favorite flavor of hot rolls in half and spread a generous layer of Nutella on one half.
Then add a block of Cadbury Caramilk Chocolate over the Nutella layer and make sure to cover the entire space.
Then add more Nutella to the sliced buns and place them on top of the Caramilk chocolate layer and in a sandwich press.
Close the lid of the sandwich press and allow the hot buns to cook and crisp, then remove them from the press.
Cake Mail, an Australian-based delivery service, has created the ultimate treat with hot rolls, Nutella and Caramilk chocolate
Finally, slice the hot buns and let the Nutella and Caramilk flow through to enjoy with friends, family, or yourself.
“It’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever eaten in my entire life,” the Cake Mail creator said.
Cake Mail posted the recipe video on Instagram and received thousands of likes and hundreds of comments on their mouth-watering Easter treat.
How to make Cake Mail’s Hot Cross Bread Dessert:
Cadbury Caramilk Chocolate
- Cut the warm crossbreads in half and spread a generous layer of Nutella on one half.
- Add a block of Cadbury Caramilk Chocolate over the Nutella layer and make sure to cover the entire space.
- Spread more Nutella on the sliced buns and place them on top of the Caramilk chocolate layer and in a sandwich press.
- Close the lid of the sandwich press and allow the hot buns to bake and crisp.
- Remove the buns from the press and cut them into slices and let the Nutella and Caramilk ooze out to enjoy.
“Sounds like dessert for Easter Sunday lunch,” one woman wrote.
‘This is how you eat hot rolls. Yum really trying,’ another wrote.
“This is the first thing I will do when I get my next batch of hot buns,” a third person wrote.
Jonathan Massaad (pictured), who is based in Sydney, has 135,000 fans who follow his ‘Cake Mail’ social media account.
Founder Jonathan Massaad was 21 when he started his million-dollar dessert business by sharing photos of his creations and now makes more than 500 cakes a week.
The Sydney baker has 135,000 fans who follow his Cake Mail account, which sells unique sweets for under $68 that can be dispatched the same day they are ordered.
He created an Instagram account at 17 to showcase his work to friends and family, but it wasn’t long before strangers were making requests for Kit-Kat, Kinder Surprise and even treats on the alcohol theme.
Johnathan built his million dollar dessert business at the age of 21 by sharing photos of his creations on Instagram and bakes more than 500 cakes a week.
“When I started this business, I realized there was great potential, but Instagram gave us the opportunity to promote and connect with consumers in a way that traditional marketing never could. allow,” he told FEMAIL.
“We see most of our customers buying our cakes just so they can post a picture of them on social media.”
The likes of singer Samantha Jade, Mary Mehajer, PR specialist Roxy Jacenko and wedding planner Dianne Khoury are all counted as fans and the business continues to go from strength to strength.