Oreo Chocolate Cake
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Oreo Chocolate Cake

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Servings

Serves 12

A rich, moist chocolate sponge with oreo buttercream filling, topped with cookie crumble. Great for birthdays!

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Ingredients

  • For the cake:
  • 250g self raising flour
  • 250g light brown soft sugar
  • 50g cocoa
  • 250g dark chocolate
  • 250g butter
  • 4 eggs
  • For the filling and topping:
  • 154g pack of Oreo cookies
  • 250g butter
  • 3-400g sifted icing sugar
  • few drops vanilla extract
  • 1-2 tablespoons milk

Method

    1. Preheat your oven to 160C/fan 140C/gas 3. Grease and line 2x20cm sandwich tins.
    2. Mix the flour, sugar and cocoa together. Melt the chocolate and butter and 200 ml water together over a low heat, then beat this along with the eggs into the dry ingredients.
    3. Pour into the two sandwich tins, and bake for approximately 40 mins, until well risen, and a skewer inserted in the middle comes out clean. Transfer to wire racks and allow to cool.
    4. While the cake is cooling, make the buttercream. Beat the butter until creamy, then add 300g of the icing sugar and vanilla. Mix well. An electric mixer is really useful here! You may find the mixture a bit dry - if so, add a tablespoon of milk at a time. If the mixture is too wet, add a little more icing sugar.
    5. Blitz all but one of the cookies in a food processor. Mix half of the cookie crumbs into the buttercream, and reserve the other half.
    6. Spread the butter icing between the two cakes, and over the top of them when sandwiched together. Sprinkle the remaining cookie crumbs over the top. You could add mini oreos to decorate of you like! Eat the reserved cookie with a glass of milk, to reward yourself for all your hard work!

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Caradee
9th Apr, 2016
5.05
This is an amazingly tasty cake! Have made it several times and always with great results!! :)
louisedean
17th Aug, 2015
5.05
This came out beautifully! A great recipe, going to top of my birthday cake list!
764609
20th Jul, 2015
i made this cake last week - so easy and so yummy...:):) love the idea of putting oreos in the icing!! thnx!
katyward
9th Jul, 2015
5.05
Absolutely delicious, will definitely be making again!
LauraT88
23rd Feb, 2015
5.05
baked this last night and was told by both people to tasted i that it was one of the best chocolate cakes they had ever eaten.
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Gwynnie Girl
22nd Sep, 2014
Beautiful cake very moist sponge and frosting not too sweet. I didn't put frosting on the outside of the cake and added mini oreo's around the outside and gold pearls - everybody loved it
kingthorpe
31st Mar, 2014
Fantastic flavour! Served 13 very impressed people last night. Very yummy!
Anna845
10th Mar, 2014
5.05
This is the best chocolate cake recipe I've ever tried, it was moist, my cake was huge and my daughter loved it for her birthday. Easy and amazing!
hazel mary
23rd Feb, 2014
NICEST CAKE EVER
bluemonki
26th Jan, 2013
5.05
Great cake, even just the sponge is really tasty, also love the fact I get to eat an Oreo as a reward :-)

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AmberHerbert03
14th Aug, 2016
Do you melt water with the butter and chocolate because in the ingredients it doesn't say 200ml of water. If so is it hot, cold or boiling water? Or is that what goes in the pan? Could you do it in microwave?
MissJenniLuise
3rd Jun, 2016
I need a slightly smaller cake. If I was to halve everything would it still need the same cooking time??
Veronicann
2nd May, 2016
Hi, where can I find the directions?
Vkd289
27th Nov, 2015
I just tried this as a trial run for my son's birthday next week and it came out as flat as a pancake! Well, not quite but basically didn't rise at all. I split it between 3 tins as I want a 3 layer cake but surely that wouldn't make a difference? I gave the eggs a whisk to get some air in before adding them and the melted choc/butter/water to the dry ingredients. Should I have continued using (handheld electric) whisk as I gradually added everything together? I thought that would knock the air out so just "beat" in (not very energetically I admit) by hand. Everyone else seems to be able to do it perfectly?!?! Help!!!!?
lindah736
28th Apr, 2015
Absolutely stunning cake recipe, this will be my go to recipe for chocolate cake from now on. Mine looks exactly like the picture !!! I followed the recipe exactly and the mixture fitted perfectly in to 2 20x4cm tins. Thank you so much tracinda
Karenf23
16th Apr, 2014
Could you tell me how deep the sandwich tins should be please - looks like a lot of mixture for my 2 tins!
ellax
16th Sep, 2013
If I do not wish to add the dark chocolate, do I still have to melt the butter/water together? Thanks:)
tracinda
28th Nov, 2013
Not tried it this way but I would still melt the butter and water together or it may change the resulting texture of the cake.
lizziedaw
10th Aug, 2015
Gorgeous cake. I'm not one normally for buttercream but with the addition of the crumbed Oreo cookies it was delicious. From reading another recipe I tried putting some mini oreos at the bottom of the cake liner before adding the cake mixture and cooking and this gave it a really nice texture. I came runner-up in our work Bake-Off today with this! :)