How to make the perfect poached egg EVERY time: Savvy mother reveals how a $1.50 baking mould from Kmart has made cooking breakfast a breeze

The Australian obsession with brunch has thrust a range of breakfast foods into the culinary spotlight.

But while bread with a smattering of smashed 'avo' is a simple dish to create, perfecting the art of the popular poached egg is a considerably harder task.

A savvy mother took to Facebook to share her ingenious hack for mastering the tricky technique using $1.50 baking moulds from Kmart.

The post quickly racked up more than 1,400 likes in a matter of hours, as well as hundreds of comments praising the woman for her clever advice.

A savvy mother took to Facebook to share her ingenious hack for mastering the tricky technique using $1.50 baking moulds from Kmart (pictured)

The post quickly racked up more than 1,400 likes in a matter of hours

'Don't know if anyone has already hacked this, but wanted to share anyway,' she wrote. 

The mum posted two pictures to accompany her hack, the first showing a pot of water with two eggs in silicone muffin cases floating inside.

The second displayed the end result of her experiment, which showed two perfectly poached eggs sitting atop toast with bacon and wilted spinach. 

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The silicone cups (pictured) are available from Kmart in packs of six for $1.50

'I totally suck at mastering the poached egg…so I gave this a go – it worked a dream!

'I put a tiny bit of cooking spray in the cup and just let some water boil over into it,' she said.

The silicone cups are available from Kmart in packs of six for $1.50.

Social media was awash with comments thanking the woman, with one saying: 'I need to do this! Last time I tried poached eggs, they dissolved – I literally lost the eggs! Can't wait to try this.'

'I'm the poached egg maker in my house, but they never look this round or perfectly awesome – thanks for sharing!' another said.

Others voiced relief that they weren't the only people who struggled with the task, writing: 'So it isn't just me – I am honestly so glad to hear this.'

A handful of users shared additional tips for mastering the technique, such as adding a dash of vinegar to the water and stirring continuously to prevent eggs cracking or disintegrating.

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