Indeed she is! So how would you make it? Well we asked the very fine ladies in the New Idea Test Kitchen to give us their opinion on recreating this infamous Kmart cake. Here's everything you need to know ...
How to make a Kmart Cake
1. You will need to make - or buy! - two square slab cakes and place them on top of each other to make a perfect square box cake base.
2.Make sure your work bench is clean and then dust liberally with icing sugar. Knead pre-made white fondant - available from supermarkets - for a couple of minutes to soften, or place it in the microwave for 10 seconds to do the job.
3. Roll out the fondant so you have enough to fit the cake, then use your rolling pin to lift it over the cake and drape it on top.
4. Smooth out the fondant using cake smoothers, starting at the top and then working down to smooth our any air bubbles. Use a small knife to cut away the excess (save these for more decorations!) and then use the smoothers to tidy the corners.
5. Colour the remaining fondant red and blue. Roll out the red fondant to create the Kmart K. Print out a Kmart logo on your computer to work as a stencil, and cut around it.
6. To create the rest of the logo, roll out the blue icing and use the logo printout as a guide to cut out the remaining letters. You can also use a paper logo to save time - remember to remove it before eating! - or have a local bakery create one.
7. Roll out the remaining blue and red fondant to create two thin strips - run them around the edges of the cake, where the cake meets the cake board.
7. Decorate with edible silver baubles - from the cake aisle of your local supermarket - and pineapple paperclips and a pen from Kmart. And for the finishing touch, top with a Kmart mini trolley! Love it!