19 Batshit Desserts That Everyone Is Going Crazy For In Scotland

1. A peanut butter ice cream and strawberry jam doughnut from Baba Budan in Edinburgh.

A peanut butter ice cream and strawberry jam doughnut from Baba Budan in Edinburgh.

This clever take on a classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich is the work of Edinburgh coffee shop Baba Budan. Other inspired flavours include Earl grey and rich tea biscuit; there’s also a sumptuous whisky and raspberry cranachan option.

2. A toffee popcorn, caramel, chocolate, and pretzel cake from Tea Jenny’s in Falkirk.

A toffee popcorn, caramel, chocolate, and pretzel cake from Tea Jenny's in Falkirk.

Holly Duncan / Tea Jenny’s

You’d be forgiven for thinking that this stacked cake was a Great British Bake Off showstopper, but it’s actually made in a little tearoom in Falkirk. It’s only one of a range of equally dazzling cakes at Tea Jenny’s, you can see more photos here.

3. Unicorn waffles from Flip n’ Shake in Stirling.

Unicorn waffles from Flip n' Shake in Stirling.

This tiny diner in Stirling is a real hidden gem. It specialises in spectacular milkshakes, French toast, and pancakes, but their showstopper dessert has to be this vibrant combination of Belgian waffles, blueberry ice cream, and marshmallows.