A new sweet treat pop-up van has started taking bookings for events across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Dough-Hut is a new venture by the Buckland family who live in Hopton-on-Sea between Gorleston and Lowestoft.

It will be selling milkshakes, sugared doughnuts and flavoured dough trays topped with Biscoff, banoffee, Bueno, Flake and Oreo.

Eastern Daily Press: Dough-Hut will offer dough boxes with delicious sweet toppingsDough-Hut will offer dough boxes with delicious sweet toppings (Image: Meghan Buckland)

Meghan Buckland, 22, said she has loved working on the menu with her dad Dave, 55, brother Mitchell, 20, and mum Cheryl, 53. 

"We have eaten so many doughnuts in the last few months," she said. "The house just constantly smells like doughnuts.

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"We initially thought Biscoff would be the most popular but from our research so far people are obsessed with the banoffee one.

"We also thought doing milkshakes would be something a bit different and we wanted to stand out from the other seaside doughnut shops by bringing them a bit further in-land."

Eastern Daily Press: The banoffee topping has been the most popular so farThe banoffee topping has been the most popular so far (Image: Meghan Buckland)

Each family member has a background in the holiday and hospitality industries, with Dave having 20 years of experience in tourism.

"That is where as a family our love for helping people make memories and providing top service has come from," Meghan said.

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"We just love talking to people and chatting away because you never know who you'll meet next."

She explained they had always fantasised about launching a food-related venture such as a cafe or food stall together and added that this new business was a dream come true.

Eastern Daily Press: The business has already secured some bookings for 2024The business has already secured some bookings for 2024 (Image: Meghan Buckland)

"We're looking forward to being on this new journey together - it is really special to have something of our own."

Dough-Hut has already secured a weekly booking at a local football club and will pop up beside St Margaret's Ruined Church in Hopton on selected weekends from March. 

It is also available for summer fayres and events and enquiries can be made via the Dough-Hut Facebook and Instagram pages.