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The ultimate guide to Melbourne dessert delivery

Need some comfort food? Same here. These decadent treats can be sent straight to your door. Delivery limits apply, check with individual businesses.

Cinnamon churros

DIY taco feasts take a front seat journey from Hello Jose on Uber Eats. But their delivery team has plenty of room, so it’d be plain rude to skip the churros. Served with dulce de leche for a real authentic treat.

A close up of cinnamon donuts in a brown paper bag

Choose cinnamon churros

Milo bubble tea

This is not a drill: Naröcha Premium Tea Room is now doing delivery. Order a boba Milo mocha for a creamy, malted chill-out treat. Other flavours you’ll wanna add to cart include hojicha cream cheese, oreo with matcha pudding and Thai milk tea. You can also buy brews by the litre, from cookie crumble latte to butterfly lemonade, or go full Masterchef mode and DIY. Check out the menu.

A bubble tea cup in front of a can of chocolate powder

Narocha milo mocha boba

Ice cream by the litre

Invite Lygon Street legends into your home (well, at least to the door) when you order a tub of Pidapipo’s finest on Uber Eats. Mix flavours, order waffle cones on the side or treat yourself to a thick Nutella drizzle on top.

Rainbow Toastie

This weird and wonderful unicorn of toasted sandwiches landed in Melbourne in 2019. 2020 brought it hurtling to home delivery. They’re currently available on Uber Eats, which makes your next snack delivery choice is even easier.

A toasted sandwich being pulled apart, with rainbow coloured cheese stretched out between pieces of bread

Rainbow toastie

Nutella burgers, waffles and lava cakes

Don’t live in post-dinner purgatory – get a dessert from Burgertory on Uber Eats. Will you have the waffles loaded with whipped cream, Tim Tams and chocolate sauce? Or will you go for the apple pie ice-cream sandwich, complete with a brioche bun.

Doughnuts delivered

Daniel’s Donuts is reaching icon status in Victoria. Get a dozen freshly piped jam and cream doughnuts, or treat yourself to a cinnamon dusted 6-pack. Mix fillings like golden gaytime, cookies and cream and vegan peanut butter jelly. Available on Uber Eats.

A wooden tray with glasses of iced coffee on it next to a wooden tray of doughnuts

Iced coffee and doughnuts make for a delish dessert

Cake to your door

Looking for a showstopper dessert? Look no further than iCake, who make some of the most Instagrammable cakes we’ve ever seen. Peruse their socials to see a quirky range of themed cakes beside refined French-style roulades. There’s truly something for everyone here.

Crepe cakes

Bring the sweet life home and order from Sweetie & Moustache on Uber Eats. We can’t go past the delicate crepe cakes. Paper thin crepes are layered with oreo crumble, espresso mascarpone, peanut butter and durian mousse. Can’t decide? Order a six-piece crepecake box to taste-test them all. Or try salted caramel popcorn cakes from Mille & B, delivering out of Carlton.

A slice of cake on a white plate

Caramel popcorn crepe cake from Mille & B

Click and collect gluten-free goodness

Catering for GF friends or family? The Hotel Windsor’s gluten-free kitchen has you covered. Choose from a variety of canelés, try a babka or or go all out with the chocolate, wattleseed and whiskey cake. And don’t worry, this Melbourne icon has been serving high tea since 1883, so know what’s needed to make every detail just right.

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