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Leftover Oreo chocolate cake trifle

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 20 minutes

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Serves 8

This is a very easy recipe that can be made by using leftover cakes. You want believe the deference Oreo biscuits and coffee cream make. This is one of my husband's favourite deserts.

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  • 200g crumbled chocolate cake
  • 300g double cream
  • 5 Oreo biscuits
  • 3 table spoon strong black coffee
  • 50g icing sugar
  • Roasted hazel nuts
  • Glass bowl


  1. Crush Oreo biscuits into small chunks

  2. Lightly whip double cream while adding icing sugar

  3. Pour coffee to the cream mixture and fold gently with a spatula

  4. Layer a glass bowl with a half of the chocolate cake crumbles

  5. Then spread a half of the Oreo biscuits chunks onto the cake crumbles layer

  6. Layer a half of the coffee cream mixture on biscuits chunks and smooth with a spatula

  7. Now layer the rest of the chocolate cake crumbles

  8. Then spread the remaining Oreo biscuit chunks on top

  9. Spread rest of the cream mixture and smooth with a spatula

  10. Finally sprinkle some roasted hazelnuts on top

  11. Refrigerate for 2 hours before serving

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