Eggless Oreo Cake Recipe With Buttercream Frosting
A quick dessert that you can whip up anytime of the day when you have those sweet cravings. The base is made from a crumbled oreo biscuits, milk and sugar. Which is topped with a creamy buttercream frosting. Your kids would love to have them as a summer dessert as an after school snack, serve it along with Ice tea or thickshakes.
This easy Eggless Oreo Cake Recipe requires only oreo biscuits, milk, sugar, and Eno/baking soda. With cooking time of just 5 minutes and buttercream frosting will take another 10 minutes, this is a recipe you could call in any time when you are to whip up something when you have unexpected guests at home or when the kids complain of hunger during snack time.
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- 24 Oreo biscuits , (2 large packs)
- 2 cups Milk
- Sugar , (only if required) (I have not added in this recipe)
- Enos fruit salt , a sachet or 1/4 teaspoon baking powder Butter Cream Frosting
- 2 cups Caster Sugar
- 1/2 cup Butter
- 3/4 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 1 tablespoon Milk For Decoration
- Icing Sugar , for dusting (optional)
- 1-1/2 tablespoon Badam (Almond) , thinly sliced
- 7 Oreo biscuits , cut into halves
How to make Eggless Oreo Cake Recipe With Buttercream Frosting
To prepare Oreo Cake Recipe With Butter Cream Frosting, break the oreo cookies into chunks.
Blend the oreo cookies to a fine powder and then add the required milk to form a thick batter of cake-batter consistency not too runny, but thick enough to pour into a greased container.
Once you are about to pour into the cake baking tray- add the eno and mix it well.
Pour the batter immediately into a greased pan, you can use parchment/ butter paper to avoid the cake from sticking at the bottom.
To prepare buttercream frosting, mix butter and sugar with a hand mixer for about 2-3 minutes.
Add milk, vanilla and continue blending for 2-3 minutes. Adjust milk to achieve a spreading consistency.
Once the cake is cooled on a wire rack, apply a generous coat of buttercream frosting.
Decorate with almonds and halved oreo biscuits.
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