The publication explained that the Aussie shopper purchased $2.49 brioche buns, $6.99 beef mince, $1.69 Chunky burger sauce, $3.99 cheese slices, $1.89 French fries and $3.29 tempura chicken nuggets.
The total cost of the ingredients came to approximately $20.34 and they made about four burgers.
Here's how she did it...
The Maccas copycat explained her process in a Facebook group.
The patties were made by mixing the mince with two eggs and seasoning to help maintain shape and optimise flavour. She then assembled the bun with the patties, lettuce, cheese and burger sauce.
As for the sides, the fries were made with olive oil and paprika, as well as a 'charcoal chicken shaker fries' seasoning. Meanwhile, the tempura-style chicken nuggets where whacked in the oven.
The 'fakeaway' masterpiece received a ton of praise from members of the Facebook group.
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"That looks a million times better than McDonald's," one user wrote in the comments.
Another added that the home-cook's creation looked "healthier than Maccas".
Others gave their endorsement for the Chunky burger sauce which many claimed tasted identical to McDonald's iconic Big Mac sauce.
But don't take our word for it, recreate this 'fakeaway' hack for yourself!