Where Can You Find Glow-In-The-Dark Doughnuts??
Late-night munchies? Just follow the light...
A bakery in Australia has just unveiled an incredible glow-in-dark pastry, called "the Glonut."
The Sydney-based Black Star Pastry shop created the jaw-dropping dessert for the city's Vibrant Festival. But how does it get its green, radioactive glow while still being edible?
Suprisingly, the doughnut icing contains no dyes or additives, but instead gets its glow from a tart Japanese citrus called yuzu. The yuzu fruit contains high concentrations of vitamin B, which lights up naturally under a blacklight.
It took Chef Christopher Thé a year to develop the concept, after thinking about a handheld festival food that would tie into the idea of lights.
'We thought it would be fun to see people with glow-in-the-dark icing all over their hands and faces, so doughnuts were the natural choice,' he told the Daily Mail.
You can check out more of Black Star Bakery's bold creations on their Instagram page.
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Chef Tips and Tricks
These quick and easy chicken quesadillas are the perfect, last-minute family dinner!
- 2 chicken breasts
- 1/2 cup of tomato sauce
- 1/2 cup of chives, chopped
- 1 tsp. of Mexican spice mix
- 4 Tortillas
- Salt, to taste
- Put shredded chicken breast, tomato sauce, chives, and mexican spice mix in a bowl and mix together.
- Lay out the tortillas. Place a slice of cheddar in the center, and cover with the chicken mix.
- Fold up tortillas, and heat in a frying pan until golden.