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.

Share your comments below

  • Very cool – but can we really call them cakes? I think they’re something new altogether. Handy way to whip up a quick dessert.


  • Very clever – I’m sure they taste just a good too.


  • YUMMY, use some baking paper once the non stick coating doesn’t work any more


  • Whoa! How did I miss this?!
    I have one of these I left at my mum’s house so will definitely be asking for it lol.
    This will be so much better with baking my goods as our oven has been off since getting it repaired and we’re in a rental so can’t really buy a new one.


  • Definitely trying this one!


  • Mine always sticks. Any tips? I hear spraying oil in them wrecks it


  • Everyone is going crazy making desserts in their pie makers and here’s another way to do it. Very clever however I’ll stick to the oven which is much easier to clean afterwards.


  • What a great idea will have to try this tomorrow


  • Easy cheap if only nutritious but good for a snack


  • Ooooohhhh I’m so going to try these.. good one. Thanks for sharing this.


  • Really must give this a try ..cakes in 5-6 mins bring it on.


  • Not sure about this one. They look like they’re kinda a bit brown and possibly crunchy on the outside. I would be interested to try them


  • 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!


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


  • 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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