2009
12.05

Oreo Cake

There’s this fella at work that is ‘the cake guy’. He makes the best (and I’m sure worst for you) confectionary masterpieces. Luckily, he maintains a blog on which he posts recipes.

http://pornforchubbies.blogspot.com (Yeah, I know… the name’s a little off.) Throw that in your favorite feed reader. (What’s that? You’re not using a feed reader? Try out Google Reader!)

The other day he brought in a cake and deposited in one of the kitchens and at 9 in the morning, I thought it was a little early for a big hunk of cake, so I said to myself, “I’ll get some here in a bit, maybe after lunch.”

ha. It had already been pilfered.

So, I decided I’d make the same thing, since the recipe had appeared on the blog.

Oreo Cake, the finished product.

Oreo Cake, the finished product.

In making it, I called Sarah and Kelly concerning the icing. Both demanded that I share the recipe. Here ya go:

1 Devil’s Food Cake Mix w/ related ingredients

1/2 cup Sugar
8 oz Cream Cheese, room temperature
8 oz Cool Whip
1/2 package Oreo Cookies, crushed

1 container Devil’s Food Cake Icing (this is the part that got me… I don’t know what ‘Devils Food Cake Icing’ is, so I used chocolate fudge icing.)

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(1) Prepare the cake as directed in two 9″ round cake pans.
(2) Allow cake to cool completely.
(3) Cream together the cream cheese and sugar.
(4) Mix in the cool whip and cookies.
(5) Top one of the cakes with the cookie/cream cheese mixture (you should have a couple inches of filling).
(6) Place the other cake on top of the cookie/cream cheese mixture, to resemble a large Oreo cookie.
(7) Heavily frost the top [only] of the cake.

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