14 May Eat a Scroll, Collingwood
Ah…scrolls. They bring back fond childhood memories of the times where mum would pick up scrolls from Saint Cinnamon after work as a special treat for us. This warm, fluffy roll still holds a special place in my heart, and even though I don’t eat them as often as I used to, they remain one of my favourite sweets.
Eat a Scroll Bakehouse, formerly Pop Up Scroll, has taken up permanent residence on Smith Street, but recently participated in a pop-up in Westfield’s Co-Lab space in Doncaster. New flavours have been launched, including the Ferrerro Rocher made with the chocolately goodness of gianduia and hazelnuts, and the delicious Hummingbird, based on the banana, coconut and pineapple flavours of hummingbird cake. Eat a Scroll has also ventured into the cruffin business, and we try the caramel custard, a version with sweet caramel on top but filled with smooth and creamy custard in the centre.
The flavour combinations, whether classic or original, were all delicious, the sweetness of the filling was well-balanced, and the texture of the bread was perfect. Eat ’em while they’re fresh.
Disclaimer: I was invited to Eat a Scroll as a guest, however, opinions expressed here are purely my own and not influenced by them in any way
Eat a Scroll
76 Smith St
Collingwood, VIC, 3066
(0) 9023 4781