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Sat Jul 18, 2015, 10:06 AM

Freakshakes

Pātissez, a cafe in Canberra, Australia, is gaining quite the reputation for its seriously out of control desserts.

Although images of the cafe's "freakshakes" have been shared widely on social media for a while now, the popularity of their cakes, shakes and other sweet things is starting to hit home. "I have people waiting an hour for a table, and they'll wait 45 minutes for a shake," co-owner Anna Petridis told the Canberra Times. "All this is house made, down to the brownie and the marshmallow."

Petridis, and her mother and fellow co-owner, Gina Petridis, appeared briefly on the reality show My Kitchen Rules in 2015.

If you're counting calories, please consider dining elsewhere. The "epic freak shakes" include selections like the "Muddy Pat," which consists of hot chocolate fudge, brownies, cream, and toasted marshmallows. If salt with your sweet is more your speed, try the "Nutella and salty pretzel." With Nutella, whipped cream and crushed pretzels, it may kill you, but at least you'll die happy.






http://mashable.com/2015/07/14/patissez-milkshakes-canberra/

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Sat Jul 18, 2015, 10:17 AM

1. I've heard Australia is mostly dessert. n/t

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Sat Jul 18, 2015, 10:23 AM

2. The flavors look good, but the presentation isn't very appealing.

But I guess you can't argue with success!

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