Shoppers are raving about a multi-way frying pan with different sections for making a cooked breakfast.
The 5-in-1 Breakfast Pan has five separate sections designed to make cooking foods including eggs, bacon, sausages, baked beans and vegetables even easier.
‘Where sells these frying pans please? Kmart?’ an Australian woman asked on Facebook.
Shoppers are raving about a multi-way frying pan with different sections for making a cooked breakfast (the pan pictured)
Many said you can get your hands on the pan either from Amazon ($78.99; left), or you can find similar versions from the likes of Harris Scarfe (now $39.95; right)
Those who have managed to get their hands on the kitchen appliance said they ‘love’ using it at home.
‘I am obsessed with these because they make breakfast so much easier,’ one woman posted.
‘Far less dishes is always a good thing for me!’
Another said: ‘I love having a big breakfast at the weekends, but the cooking was always a hassle before this’.
Others said the pans are great, and can even be used on a barbecue if you want to cook outside.
However, some were quick to highlight that they can be difficult to use because different foods cook at varying speeds.
Those who have bought the pan or something similar said they love the fact that you can cook multiple foods and only need to wash one dish at the end of it
The five-in-one pan is easy to clean and safe to put in your dishwasher.
It also doesn’t just work for vegetables and can be used to make fajitas or salmon with vegetables as well.
Product description online says that it is ‘100 per cent cast aluminium for sturdy structure with an energy efficient base that transfers heat evenly throughout the pan and side walls’.
It is stain resistant and designed to be for everyday use.
Earlier this year, consumer experts from Choice heaped praise on a $16 pan from Kmart’s Anko range, after it out-performed other high-profile brands in numerous areas (pictured)
The Kmart 24-cm Anko Frypan (pictured) costs just $16, but for the team at Choice, it delivered better in areas including performance, ease of use and durability than other popular brands
This isn’t the first time a pan has won praise from consumers.
Earlier this year, consumer experts from Choice heaped praise on a $16 pan from Kmart’s Anko range, after it out-performed other high-profile brands in numerous areas.
The Kmart 24-cm Anko Frypan costs just $16, but for the team at Choice, it delivered better in areas including performance, ease of use and durability than other popular brands whose frying pans cost hundreds of dollars.
Choice’s kitchen expert Chantelle Dart said there are many pros to the stainless steel budget buy.
‘It’s a lightweight, well-balanced pan that’s easy to clean,’ Chantelle told Choice.
‘In our tests, it scored well for evenness of heating and durability. Even though it’s only $16, it’s comparable with other brands that are significantly more expensive.’
She added that it has an ‘excellent distribution of heat’ that makes it perfect for cooking even pancakes.
The Kmart Anko offering also rated well in Choice’s durability test, where they scrubbed one section of the pan surface 10,000 times with a scourer attached to a mechanical scrubbing arm to see if it faded, discoloured or got worse.
The last area that the pan impressed was in ease-of-use, after they found it is safe for both the oven and any type of cooktop.