The creator of the crazy Tella Ball shake has upped the ante with a Nutella kebab

Photo: Tella balls dessert bar/ Facebook.

Australians loves jumping on the latest food trends from Nutella doughnut holes to crazy Canberra milkshakes.

But there was one dessert so decadent that it combined the two: “The Tella Ball shake”.

The creation had people everywhere drooling over their smartphones. A Nutella milkshake topped with a Nutella doughnut pierced with a straw so that all the choc-hazelnut deliciousness could be enjoyed in one sip.

The Tella Ball shake from the Foodcraft Espresso cafe in Erskenville. Photo: foodcraftespresso/ Instagram.

Now, maker Foodcraft Espresso in Erskineville, Sydney has taken their creative flair for sugary treats to the next level.

Co-owners Aki Daikos and Simon Kappatos sold their Foodcraft cafe to open a Nutella-themed dessert bar in Dulwich Hill in February, appropriately naming it the Tella Balls Dessert Bar.

Part of the new menu is the Nutella Kebab.

The shavings of a 13kg log, layered with white and milk Belgium chocolate, are wrapped with fruit and cream in a doughnut pita bread. Delicious.

The Tellabab costs $10 a piece and is available to eat in or take-away.

And if that wasn’t enough, there’s Nutella sliders, waffle burgers, more.

Here are some of the creations.

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