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Mum’s incredible cake haul using a Kmart sausage roll maker – and each batch takes just five minutes

Mum’s incredible cake haul using a Kmart sausage roll maker – and each batch takes just five minutes

  • A mum has shown off her incredible cake haul after using a sausage roll maker
  • The woman said the $20 Kmart gadget is the best thing she’s bought this year
  • She made four cakes at a time and ended up with 17 from one packet mix

A mum has revealed how she made 17 mini chocolate cakes using her $20 Kmart sausage roll maker and a supermarket cake mix.

The home cook said each batch of four cakes took just five minutes to cook in the ‘game changing’ benchtop device.

‘No more large oven trays, no more stack of dishes, no more 30min cooking time in the oven,’ she said, declaring the gadget the best thing she has bought all year.

A mum has revealed how she made 17 mini chocolate cakes using her $20 Kmart sausage roll maker and a supermarket cake mix

The home cook said each batch of four cakes took just five minutes to cook in the 'game changing' benchtop device

The home cook said each batch of four cakes took just five minutes to cook in the ‘game changing’ benchtop device

She made a cake mix and used her sausage roll maker to cook it - making a total of 17 finger cakes

She made a cake mix and used her sausage roll maker to cook it – making a total of 17 finger cakes

The mum added jam and cream to her cakes and said the best part was the clean up because all she had to do was wipe down the non-stick surface.

Hundreds of home cooks were left in awe by the incredible bake off, amazed the cakes came out ‘perfect’ after just five minutes.

‘You just fill them to the rim and close the lid, I set my timer for five minutes,’ the mum wrote in comments. 

‘I just brought one today haven’t opened it yet, I Just joined the page and yours is the first thing I see so thankyou,’ said one happy home cook. 

Other mums revealed they also make the snack sized cakes for their children.

‘I do this and put one in my sons lunch box. Perfect size for a treat at school,’ one mum said.

One woman share photos of cream-filled doughnuts her daughter made with the machines.

Another woman showed off her daughter's doughnuts she made using the device

Another woman showed off her daughter’s doughnuts she made using the device

Some people have even made lamingtons using the $20 device

Some people have even made lamingtons using the $20 device

‘My daughter made these with a Coles glazed donut mix. She glazed half of them and the other half she split and filled with cream and passionfruit,’ she explained.

 Others revealed the cakes also work in the retailer’s pie maker.

‘They just come out a different shape, I prefer the shape of the sausage roll maker ones,’ another mum added.

Others share pictures of their own cakes including cream-filled lamingtons. 

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