Five Desserts Worth Skipping Dinner For

Make everything great in your world by going straight for one of these appetite-crushing monsters next time you eat out

Five Desserts Worth Skipping Dinner For

Ice-Cream Doughnut


It feels wrong to call this a doughnut. Doughnuts are what people panic-buy at Tesco on their last day at a job. Stodgy bread-circles. This is a creamburger from the pudding Gods. You get one scoop of vanilla ice cream plus whipped cream, chocolate sauce and caramel sauce – all wedged between Bird’s freshly made doughnut of the day.

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Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich


The American Dream in a sandwich. The one that inspires all the others. The one that killed Elvis. After generations of stoic and selfless service riding the school bus in dingy satchels, it’s now been anointed as a cultured dessert. Two slabs of peanut butter-flavoured ice cream, with cherry jam in the middle.


Yorkshire Pudding Sundae

Village East

The dour Yorkshire pudding leaves its usual safe space alongside the carrots and gravy and, like Sam Allardyce flailing his arms around in Marbella, discovers pure hedonism. It’s loaded with vanilla and chocolate ice cream, honeycomb, cookie crumbs, chocolate sauce and a berry coulis.


Ultimate French Toast


French toast, often haunted by its bland “eggy bread” alter ego, here proves the daring feats it’s capable of. This dish goes on one hell of a voyage: the French toast is stuffed with blueberries and banana, dipped in cream and cornflakes, fried, and then just when it can’t take any more, just when it’s pleading for mercy, bang, in comes the syrup.

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Deep-fried Oreos

Blues Kitchen

Another corruption of a once-innocent classic. Traditionally dunked in nutritious creamy milk, here Oreo cookies are taken totally off the rails. They're deep-fried and served with a salted caramel dip. Unprecedented levels of gooeyness.

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