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Sip then eat this cup-shaped, sugar raised doughnut filled with Nutella, espresso and a splash of steamed milk. Find it at Rebellion Doughnuts in Noblesville. Liz Biro/IndyStar

Rebellion is known for craft doughnuts, some of them extreme like a Nutella doughnut cup filled with hot espresso

People lined up early for Nutella doughnuts filled with hot espresso every time Rebellion Doughnuts did an Indy City Market pop-up in early 2018. Now, the shop is permanently open for business there and giving away doughnuts to celebrate.

Get a free raised doughnut (while supplies last) with every purchase at Rebellion’s grand opening celebration April 16. The shop is in the center isle across near the food hall’s Market Street Entrance. Hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays.

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Rebellion is known for craft doughnuts, some of them extreme. To honor Girl Scout cookie season, Rebellion riffed on Samoas with a chocolate-ganache-dipped doughnut covered in dulce de leche and toasted coconut. The peanut-butter-frosted PB&J is filled with strawberry preserves. Orange glaze coats the cream-filled Dreamsicle.

The shop’s most famous doughnut is a cup-shaped, Nutella-frosted doughnut from which you drink a shot of espresso. It’s coming soon to Rebellion’s new Indy City Market doughnut stand. Rebellion introduced the Espresso Nutella Doughnut Shot at the City Market pop-ups. People would line up 30 minutes before a limited number of Espresso Nutella Doughnut Shots were released to get one.

Rebellion went on to open it’s first shop Labor Day weekend 2018 in Noblesville, at 17677 Cumberland Road. The Indy City Market shop opened quietly a few days ago. Rebellion owners, attorneys Dave Pumphrey and John Manley, are eyeing The Yard at Fishers District, Mass Ave., Fountain Square and Broad Ripple for future locations, Pumphrey said.

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Doughnuts are designed by Circle City Sweets owner/pastry chef Cindy Hawkins, whose bakery is also at Indy City Market.

Manley and Pumphrey also run Copper Still Kitchen & Bar in Noblesville.

Follow IndyStar food writer Liz Biro on Twitter: @lizbiro, Instagram: @lizbiro, and on Facebook. Call her at 317-444-6264.  

 

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