Make Me Iconic Stacking Burger


Design it the way you want!

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Want fries with that?

Our Make me iconic stacking burger is yummy!

The humble burgers is an icon found all around the world. THIS is how Australians do a Aussie Burger with The LOT!

WARNING! there are strong opinions and a few family arguments on how these get stacked. Design it your way!

  • Burger Bun – a soft pillowy and distinctly sweet bun with sesame seeds. It should be able to withstand juices and burger sauces.
  • Lettuce – fresh and crisp! A slice of ice berg lettuce adds a bit of crunch.
  • Onion – raw or slowly cooked to golden brown. These are a must!
  • Pineapple – a slice of pineapple is the quintessential signal that you are actually eating an True Blue Aussie Burger. Sometimes briefly grilled.
  • Sauce – BBQ style with a hint of smoky flavour but definitely dark in colour a contrast nicely to the sweetness from the beetroot and pineapple.
  • Beetroot – Typically Australian. Why? Because it gives it a sweet flavour and best added last to avoid sogginess. Personally, our fave!
  • Bacon – salty, sweet, delicious.
  • Tomato – some people like them, some don’t. You choose.
  • Egg – the fried egg is another symbol of an Australian burger with The Lot. The yolk must be soft and oozing.
  • Cheese – we like cheddar, melted for best effect and optimal taste. Single or thick sliced.
  • Beef – the foundation of any good burger. Cooked medium with a bit of char on the outside.

Comes with 11 wooden stacking pieces and 4 flags to slot on the top.


22cm (L) x 9.5cm (W)

Also comes packaged in a beautiful cardboard box. Makes a great birthday gift. Beautiful even as a nursery or kids bedroom decoration.

Designed to comply with Australian toy standards and made with sturdy, quality wood and non-toxic paints.

Keep up with our latest arrivals and special offers on our Facebook page. Check out our other Wooden Toys today.
Recommended age: 3 years +


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