Kmart Australia has unveiled a new range of kitchen gadgets – including a seven-litre air fryer, a $25 chocolate fountain and a popcorn maker.
The affordable collection has ‘just landed’ in stores and online so shoppers can take their savoury and sweet dishes to the next level.
Notable deals include a $119 seven-litre air fryer, a $25 crepe maker and a $60 theatre popcorn maker that’s perfect for those fun movie nights.
Kmart Australia has unveiled an incredible new range of kitchen gadgets – including a $119 seven-litre air fryer, a $25 chocolate fountain, $25 crepe maker, a $60 theatre popcorn maker, $40 cotton candy maker and a $45 station buffet
Prepare delicious meals in a flash with the new air fryer – complete with a digital display, eight pre-set functions, 60 minute timer setting, and a removable frying basket with a non-stick coating for easy cleaning.
Entertain guests at your birthday or Christmas party with a $25 chocolate fountain that’s perfect for dipping marshmallows, strawberries, cookies, or doughnuts.
Make sweet and savoury crepes for breakfast in a $25 crepe maker featuring a non-stick coating plate, batter spreading tool, wooden spatula and turning paddle.
Whip up frosty slushies, cocktails and snow cones with a $40 frozen drink maker with a stainless steel cutting blade and snow or shaved ice texture settings.
Notable deals include a $119 seven-litre air fryer (left) and a $25 chocolate fountain (right)
Prepare fresh popcorn for movie nights in a $60 theatre popcorn maker (left) or create sweet and savoury crepes for breakfast in a $25 crepe maker (right)
Make fairy floss in $40 cotton candy maker (left) or keep food hot in $45 station buffet (right)
Create fairy floss at home using a $40 cotton candy maker or prepare fresh popcorn in a jiffy in a $60 theatre popcorn maker.
Keep food hot in a $45 station buffet that will come in handy for backyard parties or gatherings over summer.
Perfect for meal prepping, chop, slice or grate ingredients, prepare salad dressings or knead dough efficiently in a $69 two-litre food processor.
Other new items to hit shelves include a wide range of faux plants like a $29 peace lily, $15 orchid in a patterned pot, $6 succulents, or $8 mixed flowers bunch.