Is this the best invention to date? Home cooks now use TIM TAMS in the $ 29 Kmart pie maker-maker – with very tasty results
- Australians no longer like a classic Tim Tam cookie
- Now a woman has turned the treat into a delicious chocolate and fruit cake
- She used the $ 29 Kmart pie maker to make the dessert
- This is not the first time the pie maker has been used to make tasty treats
Australians no longer like a classic Tim Tam cookie, but now a home baker has turned the delicacy into a delicious cake.
Posting in a Facebook group the woman used the $ 29 Kmart pie maker to make the dessert.
& # 39; Forgive me as I am about to sin! Overload a lot! But delicious, & she wrote in the group.
The woman revealed that she made the creation by crushing two Tim Tams in sheets of shortbread with two blueberries.
Australians no longer like a classic Tim Tam cookie, but now one woman has turned the treat into a delicious cake
Australians love nothing more than a chocolate cookie from Tim Tam
When asked what she thought of the pies, the maker said she would rate an eight out of ten.
Although she thought they were delicious, she said there would be a few improvements in the future.
& # 39; It was certainly better with the blueberries or raspberries in the middle, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Next time I would make the Tim Tams finer (I just crashed and just threw in). This way you get to see your full cake when the soft bit in the biscuit starts to shrink.
& # 39; I would use two and a half to three Tim Tams per cake and add more fruit. I now feel my arteries harden. & # 39;
& # 39; Forgive me as I am about to sin! Overload a lot! But wonderful, & she wrote on her post in the group
She revealed that she made the creation by crushing two Tim Tams in sheets of shortbread with two blueberries
This is not the first time that people have used the machine that is popular throughout the country to make meals easily.
Previously thoughtful home cooks revealed how they use the Kmart pie maker to make cob bread cakes – with a twist.
Their variations on the winter treat are prepared using the gadget, but tasty fillings are prepared with a French onion soup dip.
This spinach sauce and dipping sauce with French onion dipping, (photo), baked in the Kmart pie maker has won dozens of fans on Facebook
Traditionally a cob loaf pie is made from a cob bread loaf that has been hollowed out and filled with a tomato, cheese layer and refilled with a minced meat / gravy filling.
However, one version of the cake that dozens of fans on Facebook earn is a & # 39; spina pie cob dip pie & # 39 ;.
"Spinach" cob bread "pies (replace the cob bread for the pie cake) … you can thank me later," wrote a woman alongside photos of her delightful creations.
The pie filling (photo) is made with thawed, frozen spinach, a mix of French onion soup, sour cream and grated cheese
The mixture is spooned onto pre-cut puff pastry grounds and sealed with a pastry lid
She said the packages were easy to make and used only a few ingredients for the household.
& # 39; 250g frozen spinach plots (thawed and squeezed liquid), 2x packets of French onion soup mix, 1 bowl of 300 ml sour cream and grated cheese. Mix everything together! & # 39;
After making the mixture, the woman said she had spooned on pre-cut puff pastries and sealed with a lid.
Then she baked the cakes golden brown. Although the cooking times may vary, this is suggested between four and six minutes.
Others have used the Kmart pie maker to make all kinds of treats, from soda cakes to the & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; that became popular on Facebook.
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