O YUM! I will have to try this do you think ot would make a good cake?
This sounds very delish!! Question, does the icing need to be refrigerated?
Can I just use the batter to make a cake? Is there a difference between cake recipes and cupcake recipes?
I've thought about it as a cake as well, but I've not tried it? As for the icing, my first batch went so fast I didn't even have to think about refridgeration, lol, but my second batch, I did put in the fridge.
I tried this recipe with vanilla oreos and it turned out fabulous also..great recipe..real yummy..
Sounds like something I want to try. For the icing what kind of flour?
Oh I meant what kind of flour did you use for the icing?
I just made these for fourth of July and they were super yummy! I was curious how the icing would turn out, but it was better than I expected. It does have a very similar consistency to whipped cream. Right after you make it you can still taste the graininess of the sugar, but once it sits for a little bit the sugar dissolves and it's very good. My only issue was it seemed to keep wanting to separate so I had to keep re whipping it. I used all purpose flour for the icing. Thanks!!
I used all purpose flour. I believe these cupcakes taste better after the sit for awhile. I didn't have problems with graininess, but I will say I beat the butter and sugar together for awhile! Then after I added flour mixture I beat it a long time again. :)
i tried something similar to this but i just added 1 1/2 cup of crushed oreos to a white store bought cake mix. im just a hobby baker and cake decorator and was bored and had a box of oreos and a box of white cake mix and was like hmm lets see what this taste like haha! well it was a huge hit with family and friends! now its something everyone request when im making cakes for fam parties ect. I also added about a cup of crushed oreos to the frosting. The idea of the oreo on the bottom of the cupcake is a great idea! i should try that next time! thanks for sharing btw!! :)
I tried this recipe this weekend. The cupcakes were delicious. The icing, not so much.
I saw a recipe similar to this, and some people complained that the oreos stuck to the bottom of the cupcake liner. Do you have this problem? Didn't know if I should put a little batter in first then put the oreo in? I am going to try your recipe though because it looks a lot more simple, the other one I saw looked long and confusing...and your picture looks awesome :) Also, you say "muffin" pan, is this just a cupcake pan or is a muffin pan bigger?
I didn't have problems with the Oreo sticking on the bottom. I've made these 4 times now, and they've always came out fine. A muffin pan and cupcake pan are the same for me :)
These are sinful! Just made them for the first time.....and what a hit! This recipe goes right to the top of my list.....thank you.
Omgosh! These are awesome! I used milk to make these and they taste soo good! Can you make this into a cake at all? I must say, make sure that icing is really light tasting because the cake itself is rich, but soo yummy! Anyone try this as a cake? thanks!
I haven't tried it as a cake, but I've been very tempted to! They are such dense cupcakes, that I feared the center would collapse if it was a whole cake. I'll get brave one day and try it though :)