Gordon Ramsay is not a fan of this TikToker’s bizarre ‘donut bread’ creation

Have you ever tried “donut bread?” How about “Flamin’ Hot Cheetos bread?” How about “sushi bread?”

If your answer to all of those questions was, “Um, what?” then don’t worry: You’re not alone.

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TikTok user @jojo_sinz has gained a huge following on the app for his willingness to try making, well, just about anything into bread. His creations, which include all the above and so, so, much more, have left commenters both fascinated and deeply confused.


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The TikToker drew more than 4 million views for his Hot Cheetos bread video, during which he crushed the snacks in a powder and then coated them in flour. From there, he somehow managed to craft a workable dough that he baked into a strange, very red loaf of bread.

“It wasn’t too bad, it wasn’t too spicy. 7/10,” the TikToker declares in a follow-up video, during which he tries a bite.

The home chef’s creations have gone so viral, they even managed to grab Gordon Ramsay’s attention. The celebrity chef has become TikTok-famous in recent months for his comedic, mostly negative reviews of cooking videos on the app.

Ramsay, in a clip fitting to his favorite insult, filmed his reaction to @jojo_sinz’s “donut bread.” That video featured the TikToker creating a dough out of sprinkles, flour and of course, a few glazed donuts.

“Oh no, you’re not baking it are you?” Ramsay says in his TikTok. “Oh my God, come on. That looks like a deflated football.”


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Not every reaction to the donut bread was so severe, though. Many users were impressed by @jojo_sinz’s effort — and his apparently uncanny ability to make bread out of anything.

“Not gonna lie, that looks kinda good,” one user wrote.

“Personally I think it looks bomb,” another added.

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