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The bakery is launching creme brulee DONUTS stuffed with custard and caramel icing – and you can have one delivered to your door in lockdown

  • Melbourne bakery sells scrumptious creme brulee donuts in lockdown
  • The indulgent treat is the brainchild of Bistro Morgan in Windsor, south of the CBD
  • It was opened six years ago by culinary prodigy Morgan Hipworth, then just 14 years old.
  • Foodie fans have been drooling over donuts since they launched
  • Many have called it their ‘all-time favourite’ of the bakery’s dozens of specialties










An ‘instagram famous’ bakery is selling scrumptious creme brulee donuts to foodie Aussies during lockdown.

The gourmet treats are the brainchild of Bistro Morgan, a cafe and bakery in Windsor, south of Melbourne CBD, opened by culinary prodigy Morgan Hipworth six years ago at the age of 14.

The young worker has already been hailed as a “star in a million” by Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom, who said “it’s thanks to entrepreneurs like Morgan” that the photo-sharing platform has had such success.

Made from Hipworth’s signature brioche stuffed with a handmade filling of vanilla custard and crunchy caramelized glaze, the donuts come in boxes of six for $34.

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The delicacies are the work of Bistro Morgan, a cafe and bakehouse in Windsor, south of Melbourne CBD

An ‘Instagram-famous’ bakery is selling scrumptious creme brulee donuts (left and right) to food-loving Aussies during lockdown

Donuts are made from brioche stuffed with vanilla pastry cream and crispy caramelized glaze

Donuts are made from brioche stuffed with vanilla pastry cream and crispy caramelized glaze

Fans have drooled over the snacks since their launch in June, with many calling them the best they’ve ever tasted in comments on social media.

“OMG this looks amazing,” one person wrote, while a second said, “Burnt to perfection!”

Others have called the donut an “all-time favorite” among the countless specialties that have featured on Morgan’s extensive menu in recent years.

A video showing the donuts being made has gone viral after it was shared on popular Instagram food blog Melbourne Foodie, with followers saying they were desperate to get their hands on it.

Fans have drooled over the snacks since their launch in June, with many calling them the best they've ever tasted in comments on social media.

Fans have drooled over the snacks since their launch in June, with many calling them the best they’ve ever tasted in comments on social media.

The bakery, which is open seven days a week from 8 a.m., is offering contactless pickup and $10 delivery in Melbourne until restrictions are lifted.

Customers can order online from a mouth-watering menu that also includes a wide range of cookies, cinnamon rolls, French bread and decadent toast.

But respite remains a distant prospect for millions of lockdown-weary Victorians after the state recorded 76 new infections on Tuesday.

Also on the menu, donuts filled with Nutella and vanilla

And a range of Biscoff, cookie and cinnamon rolls

Also on the menu are Nutella and vanilla filled donuts (left) and an array of Biscoff, cookie and cinnamon rolls (right)

Bistro Morgan, which is open seven days a week from 8am, is offering contactless pickup and $10 delivery across Melbourne until restrictions are lifted

Bistro Morgan, which is open seven days a week from 8am, is offering contactless pickup and $10 delivery across Melbourne until restrictions are lifted

Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton has broken ranks with official policy and acknowledged that bringing the number of cases to zero may become impossible due to the infectivity of the Covid Delta strain.

Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed he would announce on Wednesday the level of cases at which restrictions could be eased, but warned: ‘I want to be very clear with the people of Victoria, this is not going to be freedom day.

He added: ‘It won’t open. These will be small changes that hopefully can make sense in people’s lives… very small changes because there is no middle ground here.

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