How creative chefs make & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; in Kmart pie maker – and you only need two ingredients

& # 39; Light and delicious & # 39 ;: how creative chefs make & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; in the $ 29 Kmart pie maker – and you only need two ingredients

  • Inventive home cooks have unveiled a new way to use the $ 29 Kmart pie maker
  • They recently shared how they use the gadget to & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; to make
  • A smart baker made the delicacies using a package of cake mix and a can of lemonade

When it comes to swallowing up a series of delicious treats, it seems that there is almost nothing that the $ 29 Kmart pie maker can't do.

Smart Australian chefs recently revealed how they had used the handy gadget to create & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; to make – delicate cream-colored and jam-filled snacks, sandwiched between two layers of sponge.

A home baker revealed exactly how the & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; – by using inexpensive package cake mix and a can of lemonade.

& # 39; Uses the vanilla cake mix from Green (currently $ 2 in Coles) and 300 ml of lemonade. Cooked for about 6 minutes, & the woman wrote alongside snapshots of the final product.

A smart home cook revealed how they had made the snow cookies (photo) with a package of cheap supermarket milk mix and a can of lemonade

A smart home cook revealed how they had made the snow cookies (photo) with a package of cheap supermarket milk mix and a can of lemonade

Green & # 39; s cake mix was used by bakers to create their delicious treats

Green & # 39; s cake mix was used by bakers to create their delicious treats

The Kmart pie maker, priced at $ 29 (photo), is used to make incredible treats

The Kmart pie maker, priced at $ 29 (photo), is used to make incredible treats

Tasteful home bakers have made the delicacies using a package of Green & # 39; s cake mix (pictured left) and the Kmart pie maker (photo right)

How do you make snow cookies with the Kmart pie maker?

* Start by making a batter with a package of Green & # 39; s cake mix.

* Then place 1/4 cup batter in the pie maker per pie.

* Bake the cupcakes for three to four minutes, check with a skewer if they are ready.

* Cut off the top after they have cooled, spread with a little jam and fresh whipped cream and whipped cream with powdered sugar.

The maker revealed details about how the cakes were made on a Facebook page dedicated to the Kmart device and said she had used lemonade to replace butter, eggs, and milk.

& # 39; Filled with whipped cream and homemade strawberry jam. They are very light and delicious, & she wrote.

The woman also said that the cake maker did not have to be sprayed before baking, as this would destroy the non-stick coating.

It also did not have to be preheated.

A person who had also tried the baking error noticed how adding soda to the batter also made their cakes light and airy. had come true.

& # 39; For me personally I find the batter extra light and airy when I use soft drinks as opposed to the directions on the box & # 39 ;, they placed.

The snow cookies are cooked within a few minutes and can be filled with cream and jam after cooling

The snow cookies are cooked within a few minutes and can be filled with cream and jam after cooling

The snow cookies are cooked within a few minutes and can be filled with cream and jam after cooling

Other chefs who have also devoted their hand to making & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; with the help of a package cake mix, went to Facebook to tell how they came out.

A woman delighted with her delicacies said how perfect they were for afternoon tea.

& # 39; Thank you so much to the lady who shared us her snow cookies! & # 39 ;, she wrote next to her photo.

& # 39; Oh my god, my shavers have demolished it! They were just perfect for smoko in the shed in the shed this afternoon. & # 39;

A woman revealed how she had made marble snow cookies with the help of pink, chocolate and vanilla cake mix (photo)

A woman revealed how she had made marble snow cookies with the help of pink, chocolate and vanilla cake mix (photo)

A woman revealed how she had made marble snow cookies with the help of pink, chocolate and vanilla cake mix (photo)

Other variations of the & # 39; snow cookies & # 39; have also emerged.

A woman revealed how she had made marble versions by mixing both vanilla and chocolate flavors of cake mix.

& # 39; I used Greens vanilla and chocolate box mix to bring them to the directions on the box, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Then I divided half of the vanilla and colored one of the halves in pink. Then I placed a teaspoon full of each color alternately in the cake maker and I used a different teaspoon and I blended the colors very gently.

& # 39; I wasn't sure they would work to make them so small, but I surprised myself again. & # 39;

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