This is the perfect cake for you, if you love oreos and chocolate!! There is white chocolate, milk chocolate, and oreos in this cake, so if you love all that, bake this!!
Quick idea of the recipe:
Gather together all your ingredients
Mix together all ingredients needed: Eggs, flour, sugar, vanilla extract, baking powder, and oil.
Switch on the oven to 160° Fan (This may be different for all ovens)
Take the mixed ingredients and pour into the round cake form
Put it into your pre-heated oven
Leave it in the oven for 30 minutes
Get out your oreos and start crushing (Amount = Enough to cover the entire base and middle)
While waiting for the cake, create your cream: Grab milk chocolate cream and mix with mixer and milk (The amount will be different for each cream mix)
Get the cake out of the oven
Wait for it to cool down
Once it has cooled down, take a knife and cut into the sides of the cake - all the way round
Get a piece of string, and pull it through the cake, creating two parts
Remove the top half of the cake and let it cool down by the window
Once it has cooled down, take the cream and spread it on the top (Originally bottom) part of the cake
Add half of the crushed oreos on top of the icing
Cover this with the second cake
Create your white chocolate cream
Put on the cake
Add the other half of crushed oreos onto the top of the cake
Make sure they cover the entire base
Add some gummi worms on the crushed oreos!
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Step 1: Ingredients
Here is everything that you will be needing!
Milk chocolate cream (Instant mix)
White chocolate cream (Instant mix)
2 cups of Flour
1 cup of Sugar
1 packet of Vanilla extract
1 packet of Baking powder
1 cup of Sour cream
½ cup of Oil Butter
Thread / String
Cooking / Meat hammer
Step 2: Mix Together All Cake Ingredients
Mix all ingredients together for at least 3 minutes, until everything has been mixed properly.
Tip: Make sure to create a little hole within the flour, and put the one packet of baking powder in there.
Step 3: Pour Into the Cake Form
Get out your round cake form, and put some oil into it. Spread the oil until it has been spread out everywhere, evenly. Now you can our in your cake mix.
Step 4: Oven
Grab your cake and put it in the oven! The oven temperature should be 160° Fan, leave the cake in there for half an hour.
*According to your oven, it may take longer or less time, so keep an eye on your cake!
*You can check how far your cake has been baked, by putting in a long needle. Obviously, if there is cake mix on the needle, your cake is not ready.
Step 5: Oreo Crushing!
Our next step is the funnest one! We get to slam a cooking/ meat hammer onto oreos! I did half half. I slammed a hammer on half of the oreos, and the other half, I cut into a couple pieces with a knife. This way you have blocks of oreos, but also powdery oreos.
So that you don't make your kitchen extremely messy, take an oreo and put it into a plastic bag. Place this into a wooden surface and then slam the hammer onto it a couple times. Repeat with half of your oreos, and put it into a bowl.
With the others, simply place the oreo onto a cutting board, grab a knife, and cut it into smallish pieces. Put all of those pieces into a seperate bowl too.
Step 6: Grab Your Cake and Some Thread
Grab your cake and cut into the sides with a knife. You don't have to go too far in. Then, get a piece of thread and pull it through your cake. Back and forwards, back and forwards, like a seesaw. After that, seperate the two cakes from one another carefully, by using a spatula. You need to be very careful because the cake is very hot, and if you are not, it might break.
Yay! You now have two cakes!
Step 7: Chocolate Cream for the Middle
Now we come to the filling. Grab your milk chocolate cream, create it and put it onto the cake once it has cooled down. While you are waiting for the cake to cool down, place the ring around it.
In my case, I needed 250 ml of cold milk, and had to mix it for three minutes. I then put it into the fridge so it could get a little harder.
Step 8: Put Chocolate Cream Onto the Cake
Once the cake has cooled down and your cream is ready, put it onto the cake and even it out, by using a spatula.
Step 9: Oreos Onto the Choco Cream...
The next step is to put oreos onto the cream. Use about half of each bowl of oreos. Sprinkle them on neatly, and then use a spoon to press them into the cream properly.
Step 10: Place the Second Cake on Top...
Now, place the second part of your cake on top, with the middle part facing the outside. This way, it will be easier to put on the cream and oreos.
Step 11: Create Your White Chocolate Cream
Originally, I was going to choose vanilla cream, however, white chocolate cream is white, and I thought it would look better than yellow.
Mix until done, and then put it into the fridge for a couple minutes.
Step 12: Place White Choc Cream and Oreos Onto Cake
Yay! The cake is nearly done. Now all we have to do, is place the white cream onto the cake and even it out with a spatula. Then, take the hammered oreos, and place them around the cake. Next, take the cut oreos, and place them in the middle. Secure them deeper into the cream by using a spoon.
The very last step would be to place a couple of gummi worms on your cake, and then you have a "Live Bait" themed cake!!
Step 13: Serve!
I hope you enjoy the cake!!