Croissant + donut = cronut. That's the simple equation.
At Bakery on O'Connell, these equations turn into magic. The recent venture into the field of Czech Republican inspired cronut cones has taken Adelaide by storm, while other beauties such as cronut cannoli and the Easter themed Creme egg cronut are not to be missed.
Cronut cones, which were originally intended to be a limited edition item at the store, are now here to stay for the foreseeable future (after you've had one, you'll see why). Meanwhile, the Creme egg cronut is only staying around until Easter Monday, and is only available during evenings and weekends. Luckily the bakery is open 24/7 across the entire Easter weekend.
Other brilliant entries into Bakery on O'Connell's menagerie of sweet goods include the salted caramel donut bomb and Creme egg cheesecake. If you want to indulge a loved one with something a bit different this Easter, this is the place to go.
What: Bakery on O'Connell
Where: 128 O'Connell Street, North Adelaide
Price: $2 - $6 depending on item bought
Header image via Keith Conlon's Twitter account
Images via Andrew Gurr
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