Largest cream puff: Wisconsin bakers set world record (Video) WEST ALLIS, Wis., USA -- Wisconsin bakers have created a giant cream puff at the Wisconsin State Fair, measuring 38 inches wide and 7-1/2 inches high and weighing in at 125.6 pounds - which sets the new world record for the Largest cream puff.
Photo: The World's Largest Cream Puff weighs 125.6 pounds, stands 7 1/2 inches tall and is 38 inches wide. Bakers took more than six hours making the cream puff in a deck oven. (enlarge photo)
The Guinness world record for the largest box of doughnuts is a Krispy Kreme box weighing 135 kg (297 lb 10 oz) and was produced by The Kuwait Food Co. Americana (Kuwait), in Kuwait, Kuwait.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the tallest stack of doughnuts, which measured 110.5 cm (43.5 in) and was built by members of 20th Century Fox and Capital Radio.
Team Cream Puff, led by David "Puff Daddy" Schmidt, created the huge dessert, which took 6-1/2 hours to bake in an oversized oven.
"It is three times bigger than the Guinness World Records minimum requirement. … We blew it out of the water," Schmidt said.
"There was a lot of pressure to do this and do this right." The Sentinel said 10 to 12 people prepared the two outer shells and 15-1/2 gallons of cream into the night and the team put it together on a scale in front of more than 100 people on a stage at the State Fair ground's Central Park.