You’ve been feeling the burn with virtual yoga and online HIIT classes. Now it’s time to work out your taste buds with a little treat. Read on for decadent desserts you can get delivered to your door.
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.
La Petite Creperie’s little street stalls are an iconic Melbourne sight, serving lighting fast treats day and night. Recreate the indulgence at home and order paper thin pancakes loaded with lashings of Nutella, caramel sauce, fresh fruit or even oozy melted cheese. Sweet or savoury is the hardest decision you’ll make all day when you order from La Petite Creperie on Uber Eats.
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.
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.
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 Easi, which means your next snack delivery choice is even easier.
La Belle Miette‘s airy macarons make the perfect mid-arvo treat. Choose from blueberry, pistachio, créme brûlée and hazelnut praline. Or pick an assorted gift box and you won’t need to choose.
Daniel’s Donuts is reaching icon status in Victoria. Get a dozen freshly piped jam and cream doughnuts, or treat your GF mates to a gluten-free cinnamon dusted 6-pack. Mix fillings like golden gaytime, cookies and cream and vegan peanut butter jelly. Available on Uber Eats.
Shortstop Donuts offer a 6 or 12-pack affair for learned doughnut lovers. Triple matcha, New Orleans iced coffee cruller and Boston cream flavours are only the beginning. Pair with an ice-cold bottle of cold brew when you order on their website.
Cake to your door
Usually you can find Pierrick Boyer’s Reverie cafe in the ELLA precinct, but for now home delivery is your key to flavourtown. From custard brioche doughnuts to flaky croissants, indulgent tiramisu and exquisite hand crafted cakes – the entire menu is a dessert lover’s dream. Can’t decide? Try the petit fours sampler, featuring nine generous single serves of PB’s personal best. Deliveries are available to the CBD, Prahran and Doncaster areas.
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.
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.
San Churro in Docklands now delivers their chocolate fondue on Deliveroo. Available in milk or dark chocolate, they’ll send it with your choice of strawberries or banana for dipping.
New York style cookies and brownies
OS trips are off the table, so you may as well brunch like you’re in the big apple. Order a bagel from Bowery to Williamsburg on Deliveroo with a side of their famous brownies, loaded with chocolate or pumped with peanut butter. Then the freshly baked cinnamon and chocolate cookie will make everything ok again.
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.
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.
Metropolitan Melbourne is now in Stage 4 restrictions. Please note businesses may close or run out of stock at short notice: check with individual businesses. Make sure that you live within 5kms of the business before ordering for takeaway or click and collect. Observe the curfew from 8pm to 5am, and other restrictions. Please, be smart, be safe and follow directions from the Victorian Government.