Mums go wild for epic $5 Kmart fruit bowl hacks

Sarah Carty

If you’re a fruit lover, you’ll know that there’s never a bowl big enough to fit everything you need in your home to feed your obsession.

However, now thanks to the Kmart Mums Australia Facebook page, there’s no need to have fruit spilling out all over your worktop or kitchen table, as they’ve discovered a cheap and cheerful hack to keep everything in one place.

All you’ll need for this trick are two fruit bowls and a $5 plant stand.

This Kmart fruit bowl hack is epic. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia
All you need are two bowls and a $5 plant pot. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia
It all started online with the owner of this fruit bowl asking how she can stop her fruit from spilling out. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia

One mum decided to post a picture of her epic hack, which caused others to copy it.

For those looking to take inspiration from the mum’s hack, all you need to do is buy the black $5 pot stand from Kmart, along with two of the $7 bowls.

Then just slide the bowls into the pot stand and you have yourself a two-tiered fruit bowl.

Other mums also posted their own inventive hacks, with one person revealing they use a baking tray to keep their fruit together.

Other mums started to show off their own hacks, like this mum who uses a baking tray as a fruit bowl. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia
This mum uses stackable shelves. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia
Check out this awesome ladder fruit stand. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia
For those with little space, one mum hung two plant baskets inside her pantry door to keep her fruit nice and fresh. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia
The ideas kept coming, with a mum showing off her plant pot fruit bowl, which she claims can fit up to 6kg of fruit. Photo: Facebook/Kmart Mums Australia

Another person showed how they used stackable shelves as a multi-level fruit bowl and a creative mum showed off her pretty ladder fruit bowl.

The ideas kept coming, with a mum showing off her plant pot fruit bowl, which she claims can fit up to 6kg of fruit.

And the best one for those with little space, one mum hung two plant baskets inside her pantry door to keep her fruit nice and fresh.

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