Aussie Uses Kmart's New Machine To Create Mars Bar Sausage Roll
Shoppers couldn't believe their eyes when they saw Kmart flogging a $29 sausage roll maker.
Many leapt at the chance to have their very own delicious sauso roll in their home without all the fuss of chucking it in the oven and potentially burning it.
But the ingenuity of people will never cease to amaze us as one crafty Aussie has broken ranks with their counterparts to switch up the game.
Posting their results onto Facebook, the user revealed that a Mars bar can fit perfectly into the sausage roll maker slot, meaning you could delicately wrap it in pastry and create a bloody awesome dessert.
Michelle shared her concoction onto the Kmart Pie Maker Recipes, Tips and Ideas Australia Facebook page.
She was quickly met with praise and shock from other users who wanted to replicate her snack in their machine.
One person replied with: "Absolute game changer!!!"
Added another: "That's evil!"
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A third wrote: "Oh my goodness - that is so naughty!!!!! Can't talk now - I'm off to buy a Sausage Roll maker...to make sausage rolls of course!!! I have been trying to figure out if I really need to add to my pie maker collection but you have helped me to justify the new addition."
The $29 machine can cook four delicious and decent-sized sauso rolls in your very own home. You can either do a very simple version or you could get artisanal AF for your at-home sausage roll empire.
Designed just like a sandwich press machine, you chuck all your ingredients into the pastry (make sure your concoction fits inside the slots) and then close the lid to make the creation come to life.
Since it made its grand debut on Kmart it's clearly been a massive success.
The product has been listed as unavailable online across the country due to high demand. Unsurprising, to say the least.
Thousands of people have flooded social media with messages to say they will be elbowing people out of the way to ensure they get their grubby mitts on one of these bad boys when they land in store.
But it looks like we'll have to chill out and patiently wait until Kmart stocks them again.
Featured Image Credit: Kmart Pie Maker Recipes, Tips and Ideas Australia/Facebook
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