Chocolate OREO Cake with Fresh Strawberries

I haven’t met a person yet who does not like Oreo cookies. Have you?

They are one of my favorite cookies…hehe.

A few weeks ago, I played around with my chocolate cake recipe and created a chocolate oreo cake recipe. This cake is phenomenal. I cannot even begin to describe all this “deliciousness” without my mouth watering…lol. I paired this cake with chocolate oreo buttercream frosting and fresh strawberries…YUM! :D

This recipe will make a single 8×3 round cake.

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Additional ingredients and supplies for assembling/decorating this cake:

Spatula
Piping bag
Tip 1M
Sharp knife
Powdered oreo cookies (about 2-3 cups)
Fresh strawberries (rinsed and dried with a paper towel)

Step 1: 
Allow your cake to cool on a cooling rack and then cut it in half, using a sharp knife.

Step 2:
Fill it with chocolate buttercream icing and place a few sliced strawberries. Stick the other half of the cake in place.

Step 3:
Then, use a spatula to frost your entire cake in chocolate buttercream icing.

Step 4:
Finally, sprinkle the top and sides of your cake with powdered Oreo cookies.
Be generous with this because those powdered cookies all over the cake add so much flavor!

Step 5:
Fill a piping bag with chocolate buttercream icing or vanilla buttercream. Attach Tip 1M and  make little swirls on top of the cake. Top off each swirl with a fresh strawberry.

I hope you enjoy this fabulous cake :)

Happy Caking!

Abeer

Farwa & Abeer
We are 2 of the biggest cake lovers you'll ever meet and obsessed with baking and cake decorating. We blog about all this and much more at Cakewhiz.
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Comments

  1. hannah says

    Hi,

    Would it be possible to add some more pictures of this particular cake? I am really curious how the inside of the cake, along with the chocolate buttercream frosting, are all supposed to look like…Thank you!

    • says

      Hi Ada,
      I haven’t tried substituting olive oil with butter. I think it might make the cake dense. But, I have made this cake with canola oil and even vegetable oil and those worked out just fine. Let me know how it goes if you use butter :)
      Happy baking!

      • Cesia says

        What do I do with the inside of the Oreo the creamy … that I put in the blender what / where do I put it ????? Please help as soon as possible , I doing the cake now

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