Entertainment 'Our next mission is to open a gelato shop!' MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice-cream creation stocked in Coles

15:46  15 april  2018
15:46  15 april  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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' Our next mission is to open a gelato shop !' MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice - cream creation stocked in Coles . By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia.

MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice - cream creation stocked in Coles Everyday cooks enter My Kitchen Rules Josh said, 'this is so good, you don't understand' and Nic added: ' Our next mission in life was to open up a gelato shop .

a man posing for the camera: 'Our next mission is to open a gelato shop!' MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice-cream creation stocked in Coles© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'Our next mission is to open a gelato shop!' MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice-cream creation stocked in Coles Everyday cooks enter My Kitchen Rules with hopes of expanding their foodie knowledge and/or creating a brand of their own beyond the series.

And Italian brothers Nic and Josh were beyond thrilled after winning an ice-cream challenge on the series during Sunday night's episode.

Beating the remaining teams, the NSW duo were awarded the opportunity to have their chocolate-hazelnut creation stocked in Coles Supermarket nationally.

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down a treat.When judge Pete Evans and guest judge Colin Fassnidge announced the win , the pair jumped with excitement and hugged each other. Josh said, 'this is so good, you don't understand' and Nic added: ' Our next mission in life was to open up a gelato shop .This is massive.'

' Our next mission is to open a gelato shop !' MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice - cream creation stocked in Coles .

a group of people standing in front of a store: What a scoop! Outside of the grand finale's award of $250,000, winning the Coles supermarket feat is the next biggest prize of the competition© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited What a scoop! Outside of the grand finale's award of $250,000, winning the Coles supermarket feat is the next biggest prize of the competition Outside of the grand finale's award of $250,000, winning the Coles supermarket feat is the next biggest prize of the competition.

It the public vote that crowned a winner, with their chocolate-hazelnut ice-cream, wafer, raspberry coulis, vanilla cream and chocolate fudge going down a treat.

When judge Pete Evans and guest judge Colin Fassnidge announced the win, the pair jumped with excitement and hugged each other.

a couple of people that are talking to each other: 'You've got the skills boys and today's proven it!' Pete Evans congratulated the pair on their win and suggested they would have what it takes to launch their own gelato shop© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'You've got the skills boys and today's proven it!' Pete Evans congratulated the pair on their win and suggested they would have what it takes to launch their own gelato shop

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' Our next mission is to open a gelato shop !' MKR Italian brothers Nic and Josh reveal exciting plans after winning challenge to have their ice - cream creation stocked in Coles .

Everyday cooks enter My Kitchen Rules with hopes of expanding their foodie knowledge and/or creating a brand of their own beyond the series. And Italian brothers Nic and Josh were beyond thrilled after winning an ice - cream challenge on the series during Sunday night’s episode.

Josh said, 'this is so good, you don't understand' and Nic added: 'Our next mission in life was to open up a gelato shop. This is massive.'

Pete congratulated the pair, saying: 'Well you've got the skills boys and today's proven it!'

When tasting the dish, the paleo advocate suggested: 'I can see that ice-cream in a tub and I'd buy that.'

a man wearing a suit and tie: 'I can see that ice-cream in a tub and I'd buy that': Celebrity chef and paleo advocate Pete claimed he was a fan of the duo's treat© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'I can see that ice-cream in a tub and I'd buy that': Celebrity chef and paleo advocate Pete claimed he was a fan of the duo's treat

Pete had previously gushed over truffle farmers Henry and Anna's coffee ice-cream sandwich and Olga and Valeria's early grey ice-cream profiteroles, claiming they could also be 'crowd favourites.'

However, they were left less-than-impressed by Jess and Emma, and Stella and Jazzey's creations.

The weakest team, WA's Stella and Jazzey, will receive a penalty the next time they cook.

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going down a treat.When judge Pete Evans and guest judge Colin Fassnidge announced the win , the pair jumped with excitement and hugged each other. Josh said, 'this is so good, you don't understand' and Nic added: ' Our next mission in life was to open up a gelato shop .This is massive.'

a person standing in a room: Uh oh! The weakest team, WA's Stella and Jazzey, will receive a penalty the next time they cook© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Uh oh! The weakest team, WA's Stella and Jazzey, will receive a penalty the next time they cook

The MKR episode comes ahead of an explosive dinner party which will appear later this week.

In promotional clip, Manu asks one team to excuse themselves from the table and leave the competition immediately.

The celebrity chef previously told Sunrise the duo, believed to be either NSW besties Sonya and Hadil or NSW sisters Jess and Emma, were booted to 'bullying.'


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