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Malteser Doughnuts Are Here And Get In Our Bellies

Krispy Kreme's newest doughnut flavour proves it -- Maltesers make the best hybrid snacks.

Here in Aus, there's nothing we love more than mashing up all of our favourite foods in order to create one, almighty super snack.

Sometimes they're pure genius, and other times, they're an absolute disaster (we're looking at you, Lamington Beef Burger).

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But when it comes to those delicious little balls of chocolate-coated malt, you can't really go wrong. Maltesers really do make everything better. And if you don't believe me now, you'll believe me after you see these mash-ups.

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Malteser Doughnuts

Stay calm when I tell you this, but this happy little hybrid hits stores today.

Maltesers have teamed up with Krispy Kreme to create original glazed doughnuts with chocolate icing and topped with milk chocolate ganache and, of course, Maltesers.

They're $3.60 a pop, or if you want a dozen, that'll cost you $28.95 from Uber Eats and Krispy Kreme stores, or $23 if you buy them from 7-Eleven.

If you're a fan of doughnuts and chocolate -- and let's be honest, you definitely are - this is a match made in chocolatey heaven.

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Malteser Pie

If you really want the full Maltesers experience, you'll want more than just a couple of balls on top. That's why Malteser pie makes for a next-level chocolate experience.

The best part of the deep-dish dessert is the biscuity crust, made by blending the chocolates in a food processor with melted butter. You can then add milk and malt powder to the pie filling, and finish it off with crushed up balls.

Malteser Cheesecake

Just when you thought it couldn't possibly get more indulgent than the pie, along comes the cheesecake.

Blend up the chocolate balls in a food processor and add them to your cream cheese mixture. If you're feeling crafty, you can also combine the Maltesers with other chocolates. Anything chocolate with a honeycomb or biscuit centre works best.

Malteser Cocktails

If you're after something a little bit naughty, why not try a Malteser espresso martini? Make the cocktail with a combination of vodka, chocolate liqueur and cream, then finish it off with a sprinkling of Maltesers.

Who knows why we put olives in our drinks when Maltesers look (and taste) all the more fabulous?

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