In Prague You Can Order an Ice-Cream-Filled "Doughnut Cone"

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Can’t decide between doughnuts or ice cream for dessert? If you’re visiting Prague, you won’t have to. Mashable reports that Good Food Coffee and Bakery, a café in the Czech Republic’s capital city, is now serving ice cream in decadent-looking cones formed from cinnamon sugar-covered dough.

It’s hard to look at these treats and not draw comparisons to trendy American hybrid sweets like the Cronut or the Everything Doughnut. However, The Daily Mail writes that the doughnut cone is thought to be a contemporary twist on a traditional Slovak treat called Trdelník, or “chimney cakes.” Trdelník is made from rolled dough that's wrapped around a stick, grilled, and sprinkled with sugar and walnuts. While it’s always been popular with tourists, the addition of ice cream to the pastry's hollow center has taken the classic dessert to new heights.

Inspired to travel to Prague and sample a doughnut cone for yourself? Check out more pictures of the tasty treat below—and try not to drool too much.

[h/t Mashable]