These glow in the dark donuts, or glonuts, make look like they've been iced with radioactive waste, but rest assured, they're perfectly safe to eat.
The glonuts, created at Australia's Black Star Pastry, are actually iced with yuzu, the citrus fruit commonly used in Japanese cooking, and it's the vitamin B in it that creates the glow in the dark effect.
Yuzu has a tart taste, like grapefruit, but it won't be the taste that brings these unique baked goods all the attention. Think of the other things you could use them for – club accessories, road markings... And what about if you get the icing all over your hands and face? There's a lot of fun to be had here and they're already racking up an awful lot of Instagram likes.
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