OREO Cookie & Cream Cake

What better way to start off then with a Chocolate Cake and not just any chocolate cake but an OREO chocolate cake. If you ask my kids what do you prefer cake or cookie there would always be a row!! , so why not have both I say and by the way my kids are 12,14,18,20 so maybe kids is the wrong word, but in my head always be kids to me no matter how old they get


oreo collage

So let’s get started with the cake, now who in their right mind can resist an OREO, not me for one , what is it about OREO, the little “black biscuit” as I used to call them with the white stuff in the middle. I have to thank my brother John   who now lives in Boston for introducing me and the kids to OREO. If I never said thank you John I’m saying it now with Bells on!!


  The “Black Biscuit”

He was home for a visit when the kids were younger and brought us a big bag of OREO, and insisted these were the best biscuits ever, that’s what we call our cookies and that they were a very important part of every American kids childhood and we were badly missing out He said there was a certain way to eat an OREO so we watched in awe as  he poured a glass of cold milk, dunked the Oreo in the glass, twisted the cookie till it was in half, licked all the white filling off and dunked the Oreo again and then ate it!!! After that we were well and truly hooked.


Can’t have an OREO without a glass of milk


I love baking with OREO Cookies they make brilliant cup-cakes and brownies but most of all and according to my kids the OREO and Chocolate Cake experts , they make the best Chocolate Cake. I tried many versions of a chocolate cake recipe to get the right on, some with sour cream, or buttermilk. This was the best one it’s very easy and is topped with a chocolate ganache which together with the OREO cookies makes a very yummy Chocolate Cake


Chocolate OREO Cookie & Cream Cake

Chocolate OREO Cookie & Cream Cake


  • 3 large eggs
  • 175g self-raising flour
  • 175g caster sugar
  • 175g softened butter
  • 1½ level tsp baking powder
  • 40g cocoa powder
  • 4 tbsp boiling water
  • 1pkt oreo cookies
  • 250ml Whipping Cream
  • 2 tbsp icing sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 6-7 oreos crushed
    For the chocolate ganache icing:
  • 150ml (5fl oz)double cream
  • 150g (5oz)plain chocolate, broken into pieces


  • Grease 2 x 17cm (7 in) deep sandwich tins, and line with baking paper, preheat the oven to 180ºC
  • Beat together the eggs,flour, caster sugar, butter and baking powder until smooth in a large mixing bowl.
  • Put the cocoa in separate mixing bowl, and add the water a little at a time to make a stiff paste. Add to the cake mixture, finely crush ½ pkt Oreos and stir in gently into cake batter
  • Turn into the prepared tins, bake in the preheated oven for about 20-25 mins, or until shrinking away from the sides of the tin and springy to the touch.
  • Leave to cool in the tin, then turn on to a wire rack to become completely cold before filling & Icing
    To make the icing:
  • measure the cream and chocolate into a bowl and carefully melt over a pan of hot water over a low heat, or gently in the microwave for 1 min (600w microwave). Stir until melted, then set aside to cool a little and to thicken up.
    To make filling
  • Whip cream & Icing sugar and vanilla until thick
  • Sandwich cakes together with the yummy Oreo Cream, top with chocolate ganache and sprinkle some broken Oreo biscuits on top.











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