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Seriously, is there anything you CAN’T make in a Kmart pie maker? The latest treat craze using the popular pie-making appliance are real-life Tim Tam pies, stuffed with, yes, you guessed it, Tim Tam biscuits!

We’ve stuffed our pie maker pies with all kinds of ingredients – nutella, Mars bars, Mint Slice and Snickers – and now an innovative home cook has come up with the Tim Tam pie and we think this is the best one yet!

The cook posted on a pie maker Facebook group sharing her invention with fellow pie maker fans. It’s really only two main ingredients and of course, you can always add a little bit of this and that to spice things up. This decadent treat is a tasty combination of puff pastry and crushed up Tim Tam baked into a golden pie using the Kmart pie maker. The cook also added a few blueberries on top of the biscuits but you could mix this up with other berries, chocolate drops or even mini marshmallows.

Two-Ingredient Tim Tam Pies

She shared a photo of her Tim Tam pies and described how to make them:

“Forgive me as I am about to sin,” she wrote.

Followed by a warning that her Tim Tam pies are a mega treat!

“Update: overload much! but delicious.”

She also offered some tweaks that could make the dessert even better.

“It was definitely better with the blueberries or raspberries in the middle.
Next time I would crush up the Tim tam more finer, (I just crushed & chucked in) This way you’ll get your full pie look when the soft bit inside the biscuit starts to shrink.
I would use 2.5 – 3 Tim tams per pie & put more fruit in.
In these testers I used 2 Tim tams & 2 berries each, and short crust pastry.”

She signed off with:
“I feel my arteries hardening now.”

She also shared that she would rate her first attempt 8 out of 10 and next time she would use more Tim Tams and fruit.

tim tam pies 2
Image via: Kmart Pie Maker Recipes, Tips and Ideas Australia / Facebook

Delicious!

Many were drooling over the Tim Tam pies.

“Get in my belly,” shouted one.

“Oh my Lord GAME CHANGER!” said another.

Caramel Tim Tam Donuts

Pie Maker enthusiasts have also shared other variations of the Tim Tam pies.

This includes:

Caramel Tim Tam donuts, which is basically donut batter with half a Tim Tam caramel biscuit in the centre.

tim tam donuts
Image via: Kmart Pie Maker Recipes, Tips and Ideas Australia / Facebook

More Pie Maker Tim Tam Treats

Another also made Tim Tam pancakes in the pie maker. This is easy to replicate – pancake batter studded with Tim Tam chunks. YUM!

There’s also the Tim Tam cheese cake pie. The inventor of this delight explains how to make it:
“I mashed up 1 packet of  Tim tams with approx 1/3 -1/2 of the (250g package of) philly cheese. I used shortcrust pastry. Then filled the pie as much as possible. It made 4, less the bits I licked of my fingers when making it.”

tim tam cheesecake pie
Image via: Kmart Pie Maker Recipes, Tips and Ideas Australia / Facebook

Would you be keen to try these Tim Tam pies? Tell us in the comments below.

  • We always have Tim Tams st home,must try!

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  • It sounds delicious because I love a tim tam but I wonder if it will be too sweet. I guess I will have to try the recipe then make my mind up.

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  • I love Tim Tams!
    Would definitely be keen to try all of the recipes as it’s always nice to have something different.
    Plus, I haven’t used my pie maker in ages. I think I’ve only ever used it twice in my life! So would be good to actually bring it out and make something rather than have it sit in the cupboard.

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  • I prefer to have the as it is.

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  • Looks interesting, but the kids eat all the Tim Tam so it never makes it to the baking/ cooking stage!

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  • I don’t have a pie maker (oh the shame) so I don’t have to choose. They do sound delicious but I much prefer my TimTams in their original form but thanks for sharing

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  • Ummmm no thanks. Tim Tams only in their original form for me please.

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  • Ok… this is very intriguing haha

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  • Not sure. It would be way too sweet

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  • To each their own – but not a fan of Tim Tams

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  • Okay now I’m almost tempted to buy one- can probably do this in the air fryer though.

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  • Noooooooo! Tim Tam’s are perfect on their own, you only detract from their yumminess by putting them in recipes

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  • Omg i have this pie maker in my oven and have only used it once in years. Will definitely give this recipe a try. The looks like something everyone at home will love

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  • This would so work in the sausage roll maker sounds really good

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  • I just enjoying looking at people’s hacks and creativity. Love Tim Tams but these don’t look so great.

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