Mums clever Kmart sandwich maker trick is taking the internet by surprise!

The sandwich maker which retails for just $7.50 at Kmart has shocked the country after Kmart Mum, Kelly, revealed that she’d recently, cooked a chocolate dessert using the appliance.

Sharing pics of her chocolate cakes, she wrote: ‘I know I’m a bit late to the party but I finally got my chance to make chocolate Brevilles with the $7.50 Kmart Sandwich Maker,’ I used the 79 cent Coles cake mix. I’m gonna try a brownie mix next!

She adds:’ I quite literally made up the cake batter and poured the mixture into the sandwich maker and closed the lid.’

Kelly added she cooked the mix for about 3 to 5 minutes, depending on ‘if you want them a bit gooey in the middle’. Love it!

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OMG! How have we not thought of this before. Yum!

Check out some of the amazing creations in the Kmart pie maker HERE.

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  • What a fantastic idea! I’ve used a jaffle iron on a coal fire for cooking dampers but never thought of this option. Even heating and interesting shapes. Brilliant!

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  • This is quick and easy and I am guessing pretty delicious too. Sounds similiar to cake in a cup. great as a snack.

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  • This is such a great idea for kids on a rainy day, no risk of burns & minimal clean up. Will certainly be trying this!

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  • What a clever idea, thanks for sharing

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  • It’s not something I would do but still a great, novel idea.

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  • Now THIS is a great idea.

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  • Ok, cakes in 5 minuts? I’m in!!

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  • WOW is there anything this amazing machine can’t do??

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  • Bet the uni kids are going to Kmart in droves!!

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  • I wonder if this would work well with other types of cakes. Like ones with fruit in them etc.

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  • I don’t use packet cakes.. but i’m intrigued at the idea of cooking them in the the sandwich maker

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  • Great for a quick snack – beats making a batch of scones when visitors come over.

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  • cool if you want to whip up a quick treat but I prefer the full size version

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  • I’m not to sure about this – I think if i’m going to bother to make a cake or muffins I will do it properly.

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  • Great hack but I think I like the traditional shaped cupcake. But they’d fit well in a lunch box!

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