Send Yourself A Quarantine Treat, These Are The Best Desserts To Get Delivered Or Takeaway

By Lillian Curthoys
8th Apr 2020

Snickers Pie

We’ve spoken about getting everything from getting breakfast, cheese, dinner and even booze delivered to your door, but time and time again the sweet treats are relegated to the back burner, left as an afterthought while you try and satiate your sweet tooth with some sugary tea (we’ve all been there). But now it’s dessert’s time to shine, and you can indulge your cravings with  Brisbane’s best cakes, pies, doughnut fries and cannoli that can get delivered to your door. 

Ze Pickle | Oreogasm 

Fortitude Valley and Camp Hill

Everything at Ze Pickle is designed for unadulterated munchies, and their desserts are no exception. If the name Oreogasm doesn’t give you some kind of idea of what you’re getting, let us fill you in. Deep fried Oreos in a doughnut batter with ice cream and liquid nutella, made that much better by sitting diagonally across the couch and binging Netflix. Drool. 

 How: Order on Bopple or Uber Eats for delivery or takeaway.

Milky Lane | Doughnut Fries 


Milky Lane has a reputation for creating the ultimate food experiences, and their doughnut fries are just another avenue for deliciousness. Enjoy crunchy doughnut fries covered in cinnamon sugar, topped with cherry ripe bits, shaved milky bar, salted caramel sauce and strawberry jam custard. Eating it on the floor with your cat? Just another part of the fun. 

How: Call them for takeaway or order on Uber Eats and Deliveroo for delivery.

Denim Co | Lava Cake 

South Bank

Lava cake seems to emulate the vibe we’re all feeling right now—oozy, warm and breaking down. Denim Co has a fully loaded lava cake (check it out here) on their takeaway dessert, and it comes sprinkled with toasted marshmallows and caramel popcorn, for an extra hit of sweetness. Better make sure you have a glass of milk to wash it down with. 

 How: Order on Bopple for takeaway or Uber Eats for delivery.

Cowch | DIY Dessert Kits 

South Bank

If surviving isolation has become harder than you thought, then call on your local superheroes at Cowch for one of their expertly crafted survival kits. The concept is simple, phone your nearest location, place your order and pay over the phone, collect the kit and assemble at home, from melting moment pizzas to epic waffles and sundaes.

How: Call them to order for takeaway or delivery.

Prova Pizzeria | Nutella Gnocchini


You may have watched this video on our feed lately and drooled over the deep-fried, gnocchi shaped pizza dough being drizzled in lashings of Nutella. Well, if there was ever a time to give up your diet, it’s now, when you can get this epic creation to takeaway from Prova Pizzeria (sans the pizza bowl, but we’re not complaining). 

How: Call them to order for takeaway.

Harajuku Gyoza | Nutella Gyoza 

South Bank

The extraordinary Harajuku Gyoza has everything you need for a mellow night in: get comfortable with dessert gyoza, supplement your viewing pleasure with a Nutella dumpling (OMG!), or split salted caramel gyoza with someone special ie. you. You are someone special.

How: Call them to order for takeaway.

1889 Enoteca | Tiramisu 


Espresso soaked savoiardi, mascarpone and chocolate—1889 Enoteca’s tiramisu is Italian perfection, and now you can eat it in the comfort of your own home. Preferably after a big bowl of one of their pastas. Belissimo.

How: Order for takeaway on Bopple.

Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers |  Cannoli 

Paddington And South Bank

If you’ve explored every part of savoury Italian cuisine whilst at home, venture into desserts by ordering some Sicilian ricotta cannoli from Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers, available for takeaway and delivery at both of their Brisbane outposts. Covered in icing sugar and crushed nuts, Gnocchi Gnocchi Brother’s cannoli is the perfect combination of flavour and texture, best enjoyed alone so you can eat them all yourself.

How: Call them for takeaway or order on Uber Eats and Deliveroo for delivery.

South Side Bistro |  Matcha Parfait


Ever the pros when it comes to dishing up an inventive dessert, SouthSide Bistro’s matcha parfait is a longtime fave of ours—and now we can get it to-go. With some exquisite flavours coming in the form of matcha brownie, homemade sweet potato balls and mango jelly, this parfait will satisfy all your cravings.

How: Order on their website for takeaway or delivery at specific times to surrounding suburbs.

I Heart Brownies | Gluten-Free Brownies


Eating a gluten-free diet can be testing at times, but I Heart Brownies is fighting back against boring gluten-free desserts and baking up some of the best brownies in Brisbane. With a lineup of flavours like cherry coconut, macadamia white chocolate and Turkish delight (or any other of their 12 flavours), you can warm them up and serve with a dollop of cream. Perfect. 

How: Order online for delivery.

Cakes & Sh!t | Milk And Cookie

Fortitude Valley

We’re not usually ones to swear, but these are trying times. Cakes & Shit are a sassy bakery here for all your quarantine needs, and their milk and cookies are the ultimate comfort food for our work-from-home-needs, with three different cookies and a bottle of milk to match. If those Zoom meetings aren’t going well, maybe add in some extra curse cookies.

How: Order on Uber Eats for delivery or drop in for takeaway.

Pie Town | Snickers Pie 

West End

The folks at Pie Town are here to help you satiate your 3pm sweet tooth with a little bit of goodness, with a whole Snickers Pie that can feed 6-8, or maybe just one. Featuring an Oreo crust, peanut butter mousse, lashings of caramel and crunchy peanuts all topped with Snickers and chocolate caramel sauce, you can order a whole pie in advance or drop in for just a slice. Watch it being assembled for extra motivation here.

How: Order online for pick up and delivery or drop in for takeaway.

If sweets aren’t your thing, here are 15 iconic Brisbane dishes you can now get takeaway.

Image credit: Pie Town

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