Double Stack Cookies And Cream Oreo Cake
My first ever double stack and cream oreo cake! And it’s in the form of cookie and cream. Not only does this cake look impressive, but it’s easier to put together than you think!
My Double Stack Cookies And Cream Cake is a tower of cookie goodness! Irresistible layers of cookies and cream vanilla cake with crushed Oreo frosting, the outside features a cookie ombre. Topped off with swirls of vanilla buttercream, a drizzle of chocolate sauce and cookies. You wanna talk about wow factor? This cake has it!
Nick’s favorite thing…
I love how high this cake! And can I let you in on a little secret? I’m not actually a fan of Oreos! I just don’t think they’re that good a cookie. Sorry bout it. But weirdly enough I love it in buttercream frosting! It actually makes the frosting taste like delicious cookies and cream ice cream!
What does cream oreo cake taste like?
Cookies! The cake is made up of my delicious moist vanilla cake recipe, with loads of chopped cookies in it. The frosting: yum! As I said, it tastes like cookies and cream ice cream. There are loads of chopped cookies on the outside, an ombre of them in fact, and lots of cookies on top. And that chocolate drip? Looks perfect right? It’s made up of my one-bowl chocolate sauce which is so delicious!
What are the ingredients I need for the cream oreo cake?
All-purpose flour – also known as plain flour.
Caster sugar – also known as superfine sugar.
Salt – I used fine salt.
Unsalted butter – make sure your butter is softened.
Eggs – I used large eggs.
Milk – I used cow’s milk but almond milk will also work.
Vegetable oil – you can also use sunflower oil.
Greek yogurt – you may use sour cream instead if you wish.
Oreos – I used oreos but any chocolate sandwich cookie will work.
Dark chocolate – I used Nestle cooking buttons.
Heavy cream – this is the type of cream you use for whipping.
My Top Tips!
- Make sure you add the support structure in the bottom cake so the top cake doesn’t sink and collapse.
- Make sure you test the chocolate sauce to see if it’s at drip consistency. I usually warm it in the microwave for 20 seconds and then test to see how much it drips on your finger! Bonus: you get to lick it off.
- If you’re traveling with this cake, take the cake in two pieces and then place the top cake on top when it’s at it’s destination.
Other Cookies And Cream Recipes You Might Like!
- Gingerbread Cookies And Cream Cupcakes – so yum and perfect for Fall weather!
- Yummy Cookies And Cream Cupcakes – Classic, delicious, superb!
- Cookies And Cream Easter Egg Cupcakes – Perfect way to celebrate the easter bunnies birthday!
- Dreamy Cookies And Cream Cheesecake Trifle – such a good make ahead of time dessert!
- Slutty Brownies – hey! I didn’t come up with the name of these yummy brownies!
I hope you guys enjoyed this simple but delicious cream oreo cake recipe with me. Please comment in the comments section below, or feel free to share with your family and friends on social media.
I’ll see you all on the following recipe. Happy baking!
Double Stack Cookies And Cream Cake
- 3 3/4 cups (645 g) all-purpose flour
- 1 3/4 cups (400 g) caster sugar
- 4 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 3/4 tsp salt
- 3/4 cup (190 g) unsalted butter
- 3 large eggs
- 2 1/4 cups (560 ml) milk
- 3/4 cup (190 ml) vegetable oil
- 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 3 tbsp Greek yogurt or sour cream
- 1 batch chocolate sauce
- 3 cups (400 g) Oreos for the batter
- 3 cups (400 g) Oreos for the middle of the cake
- 3 cups (400 g) Oreos to decorate the outside of the cake
- 3 batches Swiss meringue buttercream frosting
- 1 1/2 cups (200 g) crushed Oreos
- 5 cups (1 kg) dark chocolate
- 1 1/2 cups (375 ml) heavy cream
Learn How To Make it! [VIDEO]
- To prepare frosting set about 300g of it aside and flavour the rest with finely crushed Oreos.
- Add chocolate and cream into a large microwave safe bowl. Microwave for20 seconds at a time, mixing each time until smooth. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside to set. Alternatively, you may melt it using a double boiler.Fill a medium sized pot with 1/3 of the way with water. Bring to a boil. Place bowl with chocolate and cream over the top and gently mix until mixture is completely melted and smooth. To soften the ganache to spreading or piping consistency microwave for 10 seconds at a time, mixing each time with a large spatula until it reaches the right consistency.
- Please note: This is a big cake right? And there’s a lot of batter. So!I’d recommend making this cake in two batches, because #believemefolks nobody has a bowl big enough in their kitchen to make all the batter at once! Lol So the ingredient measurements will make one half of the batter, then make the recipe again for the next half. So you’ll be doubling the recipe listed above.Ok, let’s get stuck into it!
- Preheat a fan-forced oven to 160C (320F) or 180C (356F) for a conventional oven. Spray two 8” cake tins with oil spray and line the bottom with baking paper. Repeat with one 6” cake tin too. The 6” cake tin I used is about 5” in height. You can use two shorter ones if you wish.
- In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, add the flour, baking powder, caster sugar and salt. Turn mixer on low speed and allow it to mix for a couple minutes to help everything combine well (alternatively you may do this by sifting the ingredients together). Add the softened butter and mix until it resembles a fine sand like texture.
- Add the milk, oil, Greek yogurt, eggs and vanilla extract into into the bowl with the dry ingredients and mix on medium speed until no dry ingredients are visible. Scrape down the bowl, add chopped Oreos and gently fold in
- Split batter into 3. Add Use 2/3 for the 8” cake tins and 1/3 for the 8”cake tin.
- Bake for 50 min or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Allow the tins to cool for 2 min and then carefully flip the cake tins over on to a cooling wrack to cool completely before using. I’d recommend baking the cakes the day before you decorate so that you can chill them overnight. They’re much easier to cut and level when they’re chilled and easier to work with when putting the cake together.
- Using a cake leveller, carefully trim both 8” the top off each cake layer of cake to make even and flat layers. Cut the two 8” cakes in half and cut the 6” cake into 4 layers.
- To fill the cake, add a dab of chocolate ganache onto an 8” cake board or serving plate. Add first cake layer. Use a small offset to add a layer of ganache and smoothen out and layer the frosting on each layer. Sprinkle with chopped Oreos, add some extra blobs of ganache before adding the next layer of cake. You’ll do that to both the 4 layers of 8” cake and the 6” cake.
- Carefully scrape away any ganache with a small off set spatula.
- To crumb coat the cake, add cookies and cream Swiss meringue frosting around the outside of the cake to fill the grooves between each layer. This should just be a neat thin layer of frosting which is aimed at trapping any cake crumbs so that random bits of cake crumbs don’t show up on the outside of the cake. Chill for 1 hour.
- Add a fresh layer of frosting using a small offset spatula. Use a cake scraper to smoothen out the frosting around the sides. Then smoothen out the top using a the cake scraper. Chill. Again, you’ll do this to the 8” and 6”cake.
- So now the fun part! Putting it all together! So that the 8” cake doesn’t collapse when the 6” cake is sitting on top of it, you’ll need to stick some support beams in it in the form of bubble straws. You can get these online or from your local craft store.
- To make sure each straw is flush with the top of the 8” cake, stick one straw in the cake. When it hits the bottom, lift slightly and using a food safe marker, mark where you think the straw needs to be cut so that there’s no straw sticking out from the cake. Take the straw out and use the marked straw as a guide to cut all the other straws. Stick all four straws into the cake. Because the cake will be chilled this will need some work. Be patient. Don’t go too hard otherwise you’ll have a punch mark in the top of your beautiful cake!
- Using a large off set spatula, carefully place the 6” cake on top of the 8” cake.
- To add cookies on the outside of both cakes, start with the bigger chopped Oreos at the bottom and go up to about half way up the cake with smaller cookies giving you a gradient effect.
- Fit the end of a piping bag with a Wilton 6B piping tip and use the white vanilla frosting to frost 6 swirls on the 6” cake. Drizzle with chocolate sauce and finish off with an Oreo on top of each swirl.