Pizzeria Express Ringwood Creates The Doughnut Snack Pack

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MELBOURNE | By now we’ve all heard of the Halal Snack Pack, but have you heard of the Doughnut Snack Pack? Inspired by the Halal Snack Pack, Mark and Cassy Micheli, owners of Ringwood’s Pizzeria Express, decided to create a sweet version. Basically it’s a pile of mini Italian doughnuts, made using a family recipe, lathered in sauces like Nutella, melted chocolate, and caramel, then topped with bit of chocolates like Picnics, Fererro Rochers, and Snickers.

In the four weeks that the Doughnut Snack Pack has been available, word has spread fast, and the pizzeria now has lines out the door, full of people wanting to see what the “DSP” is all about. For us, one well made doughnut or a single chocolate bar if we’re in the mood suits us nicely, but you can’t argue with the numbers – Pizzeria Express sells around 1,000 DSPs each week. Melburnian’s love of a new craze and increasingly more extreme, Instagramable desserts shows no signs of abating, and after what happened with the freakshake craze, we can only image where this is going to lead.

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