17 Brisbane Desserts Perfect For Anyone Who Has A Sweet Tooth

17 Brisbane Desserts Perfect For Anyone Who Has A Sweet Tooth

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These parfaits from Sonder Desserts, Sunnybank Hills.


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Sonder Desserts serves up specialty treats with a Japanese twist. From matcha green tea panna cottas to vanilla bean crème brulees, there’s so much to choose from. But their parfaits with layers of agar jelly, vanilla soft serve and sweet azuki bean pasta are definitely a showstopper. Just look at how pretty they are!

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These Rolo Fries from The Doughnut Bar, Eat Street Northshore.


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What’s better than loaded fries? Loaded DONUT fries. These soft clouds of cinnamon perfection take things into overdrive by being paired with Rolo-flavoured ice cream. They’re then drizzled in chocolate sauce before being finished with more Rolos and wafers on top.

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This gelato from La Macelleria, Teneriffe.


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When the boys behind La Macelleria moved here from Bologna — the capital of gelato — they wanted to show Brisbane what it had been missing. Churned fresh every day, La Macelleria serves up authentic gelato in over 20 classic flavours, each one as smooth and delicious as the next.

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These brownies from I Heart Brownies, Bowen Hills.


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I’m no scientist, but I’m pretty sure it’s a proven fact that everything is made better when it’s heart-shaped. The folks behind I Heart Brownies have made these loved-up sweet treats their signature dish, and with a store that’s covered in pink and red hearts and kisses, it’s the perfect way to end date night.

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This cookie dough from DoughLord, Fortitude Valley.


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It’s a childhood tradition to buy a stick of raw cookie dough, read the warning that VERY CLEARLY says not to eat the cookie dough raw and then merrily eat said cookie dough. DoughLord takes the guilt out of things with their array of cookie dough flavours and selection of candy toppings.

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These donuts from Nodo Donuts, Newstead.


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Nodo’s doesn’t serve your standard run-of-the-mill donuts. The fact that they’re baked — not fried — means they end up more cake-like, which results in them being SERIOUSLY delicious. With three locations across Brisbane, not a trace of gluten in sight and a philosophy that wants you to “eat donuts for breakfast”, it’s pretty hard to say no to Nodo.

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These pancakes from The Pancake Manor, Brisbane CBD.


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“I don’t like pancakes,” said absolutely no one, ever. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, The Pancake Manor is a Brisbane icon. With stacks ranging from their classic Strawberry Patch to their decadent Chocolate Jewels, there is something to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.

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Anything from Veganyumm, Everton Park.


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If you’re a vegan and you DON’T know about Veganyumm, how have you been surviving this whole time!? Being one of Brisbane’s only all-vegan bakehouses, Veganyumm whips up all kinds of sweet and savoury goodies, including brownies, cupcakes, cookies, cakes and pies. Their Galaxy Brownie — that delicious looking blue and pink creation in the left corner of the box — is one of their most popular items.

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These freakshakes from Rolf Wafl, Carseldine.


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If you’ve ever been torn between ordering a thick shake, a waffle or an ice cream, Rolf Wafl has got you covered. Their Freakshakes are a frankenstein mix of all your dessert favourites and come in heaps of classic flavours, like cookies & cream, caramel popcorn and Malteser madness.

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These cannoli from Dolci Sapori, Clayfield.


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Pardon the dad pun, but holy cannoli. Dolci Sapori delicately crafts shells of fried pastry dough before filling them with their sweet, creamy ricotta filling. Order one of these with a coffee and you’ve got yourself a little slice of Italy.

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These cakes from Jocelyn’s Provisions, James Street.


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Not to sound dramatic but once you bite into a cake at Jocelyn’s Provisions, you’ll never forget how scrumptious, divine and moist it tasted. This artisan bakery is also well-stocked with tasty treats like lemon tarts, chocolate roulades and cupcakes. And because their cakes are incredible, keep them in mind for your next celebration.

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These cupcakes from Cake & Bake, Newstead.


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Cake & Bake is the creation of Jocelyn Hancock, who also started Jocelyn’s Provisions! Her new venture continues to showcase her mouth-watering recipes with high quality, local ingredients at its heart. With ready-to-eat treats made fresh every morning, it’s wise to pick up one for the moment and one for the road.

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These brownies from Dello Mano, Brisbane CBD.


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Tucked away in the historic Tattersall’s Arcade in Brisbane’s CBD is Dello Mano, a family-run Italian business made famous for their brownies. They’re a little more on the pricey side, but for good reason. These individually wrapped bites of heaven were served up at the 2014 G20 conference held in Brisbane. Yep, that’s right. You could enjoy the same brownie as Obama.

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This gelato from Messina, South Brisbane.


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No matter what time you go to Messina, there’s always a line out the door. That fact isn’t surprising when you taste one of their almost 40 flavours on offer. From refreshing, fruity sorbets to delectable creations like chocolate fondant, dulce de leche and panna cotta with fig, jam and amaretti biscuit, you’ll be forgiven for wanting to taste half the window display before making a choice.

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These Belgian waffles from The Stand, Fortitude Valley.


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Classic Belgian waffles is such a top tier dessert and The Stand serves them up flawlessly with chocolate ganache and berries. Located in California Lane, this place is also a cocktail bar AND hosts Drag Cream bingo on Thursday nights, making it the dessert bar of your dreams.

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These chocolate croissants from Flour & Chocolate, Morningside.


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If you’re planning on heading to Flour & Chocolate, prepare to wait a little bit as this place always has a line out the door! You’ll be spoilt for choice with their range of fresh fruit tarts and cakes, but their window display chock-full of puff pastries will have you drooling over a chocolate croissant.

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These Nutella crêpes from Cowch, Southbank.


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When a dessert bar has an entire section of their menu dedicated to Nutella (aka the nectar of life), you know your taste buds are in good hands. Order a plate of these Nutella-filled crêpes and enjoy the crushed Oreo toppings, sweet strawberries and Nutella flavoured ice cream.

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