Pizza burger weighs over a kilo, but if you can eat it in 15 minutes, you’ll get your money back

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Would you try a PIZZA burger? A one kilo creation has two loaded bottoms, four beef patties and a generous helping of cheese – but it’s free if you eat it in 15 minutes

  • An Australian restaurant has a food challenge called the pizza burger
  • The burger buns are actually two cheese pizzas – the meal weighs over a kilo
  • If you can eat it in less than 15 minutes you will get your money back

An Australian restaurant has combined burgers and pizza into a huge one kilo pizza burger.

The huge ‘burger’ is made between two large pizzas, with four beef patties, two fried chicken breasts, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles and special sauce.

The burger is served with a side of chips and onion rings and costs $ 50.

An Australian restaurant chain has combined burgers and pizza into a huge one kilo pizza burger

A video of the massive 'challenge' burger recently went viral on TikTok after two young men were filmed trying to conquer the epic stack

A video of the massive ‘challenge’ burger recently went viral on TikTok after two young men were filmed trying to conquer the epic stack

A video of the massive ‘challenge’ burger recently went viral TikTok after filming two young men trying to conquer the epic stack.

“It comes with a free ride to the ER,” wrote a man in the video who has received more than 99,000 likes since Monday.

The pizza burger is part of the menu at Sneakies Kitchen in Homebush, Sydney and is available for 7 days – but you can’t customize the mammoth meal.

One woman saw the challenge and said she would fly from Germany to Australia to try if she could.

Others estimate that the burger would have “at least 10,000 calories.”

A woman who loves eating challenge posted a photo of herself eating the burger on Instagram.

‘This was a challenge! Basically two cheese pizzas, two double cheeseburgers, and two fried chicken burgers in one, ”she said.

Customers who devour the burger in 15 minutes will get their $ 50 back.

Some people weren’t too impressed with the huge burger.

I love pizza and burgers, but that’s too much for me. I’m totally looking at it, ”said one woman.

‘No no. I’m italian. No, ”a man objected.

More feared for the health of the two men who took part in the challenge.

'This was a challenge!  Basically two cheese pizzas, two double cheeseburgers, and two fried chicken burgers in one, ”said one woman after trying the burger.

‘This was a challenge! Basically two cheese pizzas, two double cheeseburgers, and two fried chicken burgers in one, ”said one woman after trying the burger.

“We would like an update on these two when they are 45 years old,” said one.

Food challenges are growing in popularity across the country.

A Queensland bakery also offers customers a refund if they can eat one of their huge donuts.

Tucked away in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, the Kenilworth Country Bakery is known for its donuts.

The bakery opens at 7am and closes at 1pm, unless they sell out earlier.

One of their most popular donuts is the one kilogram challenge donut.

An Australian bakery has set out an irresistible challenge for its customers and brave gourmets alike: to demolish one of their huge one-kilo donuts

An Australian bakery has set out an irresistible challenge for its customers and brave gourmets alike: to demolish one of their huge one-kilo donuts

The challenge donuts are available in six flavors

The challenge donuts are available in six flavors

It costs $ 20, but if you finish it and make a video where you finish the donut, you will get your money back.

The challenge donuts are available in six flavors.

There is a giant custard and cream creation as well as jam and cream and Nutella and cream creations.

For those looking for something a little more unique, there is the beast variant, but it costs $ 25.

For those who like to serve donuts with a little less cream, there are the more traditional chocolate and strawberry frosting options.

And customers are up for the challenge – they give themselves ‘points to try’ if they don’t get through the huge dessert.

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