Could you take on this doughnut food challenge?
The American themed diner Huckleberrys Diner on Malton Road, York, specialises in mega food challenges – and they have just launched a new challenge, perfect for those with a sweet tooth.
Titled ‘Homers Heaven’, the challenge involves eating 12 doughnuts filled with all American dessert flavours – apple pie, pecan pie, chocolate and marshmallow s’mores, and toffee and chocolate sauce, served with ice creams.
Hopefuls have 30 minutes to complete the challenge.
Launched last week, Homers Heaven already has its first challenge winner! Competitive eater John Dawes, aka Youtuber Food and the Beast, conquered the dish of doughnuts in 18 minutes and 11 seconds.
Some of their other ‘Man vs Food’ challenges include the recently retired Burgerpocalypse, which featured a tower of burgers with pulled pork, beef chilli, onion rings, and more – weighing in at 5lbs.
Other challenges you can still have a go at is the Slidergeddon, which features 12 larger than average sliders, 1lb of fries and a 1lb milkshake, and the Macho Nacho Sombrero challenge, which is 6lbs of nachos with all the toppings.
The challenges also come with rules – such as no sharing, no toilet visits, and all involve some form of attire which must be worn throughout. They’re also only for over 18s.
Any winners of a challenge will make the coveted wall of fame, receive a voucher for the value of the challenge, and get a personalised winners t-shirt.
Huckleberrys Diner also serves up a variety of American diner dishes, such as burgers, hot dogs, pancakes, and ribs. For more information and to book, visit their website here.