Gin and tonic.
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone.
Cheese and chips.
Some things in life are undoubtedly a match made in heaven. And, here at ELLE UK, we like nothing more than celebrating the world's most delectable and indisputably perfect unions (yup, this still applies to Gosling and Stone), whether that be testing out Milk Train's candy floss ice cream in London, or how realistic it is to make one of those Instagrammable avocado fans on a plate.
So, prepare to feast your eyes (and your belly) on the internet's latest sugar-filled, sugar-coated, sugar-me-oh-so-glorious trends – behold, ice cream doughnuts.
It's a doughnut that has shunned social conventions of chocolate and jam filling and leaped into the foodie unknown by filling its doughy insides with a refreshing ice cream centre.
Dessert bar B Sweet in Los Angeles are the geniuses to thank for the beauty they now call the 'Halo', which is basically a doughnut with a scoop of ice cream in the middle.
Earlier this week, B Sweet posted a photograph of the Halo and captioned the snap: 'Which #Halo are you going to get?! A scoop of your favorite #icecream heat-sealed inside our fresh glazed donut!!! Hot on the outside, cold on the inside and yummy all over!'
According to their menu, the Halo is a hot-pressed glazed doughnut ice cream sandwich which, in layman's terms, means it's sweet, sweet deliciousness.
According to the Metro, you need not worry how the ice cream stays cool inside the doughnut because each scoop is heat-sealed inside its doughy casing, meaning the doughnut is warm and the ice cream stays cold.
The Halo is basically the ice cream sandwich 2.0, but far less messy. What more could you want, people?
Oh, and the fact each ice cream doughnut is custom-made depending on which filling you'd like inside means you truly are getting a one-of-a-kind dessert.
And while the balls of dough and ice cream might not be an entirely new recipe (BuzzFeed's Tasty showed us all how to make the dessert at home last year), we can't help but hope they become the latest food trend to take over the world.
After all, we won't need much persuasion to eat one whole.
We'll take four to go, please.