The winner of Mono equipment’s Dec-A-Doughnut Competition is coffee shop owner Berris Evans from Pontypridd, South Wales.

Launched on the silver anniversary of National Doughnut Week, Mono’s Dec-A-Doughnut is in aid of The Children’s Trust. 

The competition wanted professional and amateur bakers to design a doughnut. Judges were looking at overall design, creativity, colours & textures and originality.

Evans owns coffee shop Caffi Cariad in Pontypridd. She said: “My childhood memories of doughnuts were having them at the beach freshly cooked in front of you, so a beach scene was my inspiration.

“The bikini top was made from traditional jam doughnuts, the boat from a finger doughnut, the flip-flops were made by slicing a finger doughnut through the middle and the floats were covered mini-doughnuts.”

The judges felt Evans’ entry completely captured the true essence of the competition by demonstrating great creativity, skill, humour and imagination in a beautifully executed and colourful design.

Evans was presented with a Teddy Bear Mixer by Mono sales executive Christian Trubey.