Oreo Cake

Diane Hughes


This cake is very easy to make and the packaged cookies make it easy to dress up the frosted cake for a festive look. You can put a little or a lot. Make it your way. Kids love it. I made it for my Grandson's birthday. He said it was the very best Birthday cake I'd made ever.

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25 Min
28 Min



1 box
white or yellow cake mix 18oz.
3 large
1 stick
butter, melted
12 oz
2 tsp
pure vanilla extract
1 pkg
oreo cookies


1 large
container cool whip topping
1 stick
butter, melted and cooled
1 tsp
pure vanilla extract


1preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2grease and flour ( 2 ) 9 inch round or square cake pans. set aside.
3put eggs and all liquid ingredients into a large mixing bowl.
4slowly stir until everything is combined.
5add the dry cake ingredients and mix until well combined.
6pour your batter into the prepared cake pans as evenly as possible.
7bake in oven for approximately 28 minutes. until the layers begin to pull away from pan edges and a light touch in center springs back.
8remove from oven to a cooling rack. let pans cool for 10 minutes.
9Turn layers out of the pans and allow to completely cool.
10break up half or more of the whole cookies to sprinkle between the layers and put around the outsides. cut in half however many you want for the top and set aside.
11Melt and cool butter. Stir cooled butter and vanilla extract into thawed Cool Whip. Stir to combine well.
12to assemble the cake.
13place 1 layer onto a plate and spread Cool Whip Frosting over top.
14sprinkle crushed cookies. add top layer.
15frost top and sides with Cool Whip Frosting. Put crushed cookies around sides. Cut cookie halves on top.

About Oreo Cake

Course/Dish: Cakes
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy