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Oreo Cake Recipe of of 20-08-2012 [Updated on 27-08-2018]
The Oreo cake is a very famous cake in America, they even sell the preparation to make the Oreo cake at home and it is a delicious dessert. My friend Peppe tasted it in a little place here in Naples and he was won over by it, so he put the flea in my ear to make me realize it, I searched around to find a recipe to prepare it at home, but nobody has this recipe so I made up my mind and decided to invent it starting from the ingredients found on the box of the preparation for the Oreo Cake. This is to tell you that if you find this recipe around from tomorrow, know that it is mine, since even the base was a small invention of my husband, yes, because while I was ready to prepare the cake, I realized that I did not having butter to be able to compact the cookie base and he suggested I try using that buttery white cream as a binder and it worked;) Oh, I forgot, my friend said my Oreo tasted better than what he tasted at the pub ;)
How to make oreo cake
Take 2 packs of oreo cookies (mine were packs of 12) and separate the cookies from the filling.
Melt the biscuit filling until you get a cream (I simply diluted it with a fork).
Finely chop the cookies in a mixer and divide them into 2 bowls.
In one of the 2 bowls pour the biscuit filling and mix until all the ingredients are combined. Set the other bowl aside.
Pour the mixture into a springform mold and compact to form a base that you will put in the fridge to cool for half an hour.
Work the Philadelphia with the icing sugar and a tablespoon of vanilla essence and mix until creamy.
Squeeze the previously softened gelatine sheets in a bowl with cold water and melt them in a bowl together with 2 tablespoons of hot milk.
Add the gelatin to the cream cheese and mix.
Whip the cream in a cold bowl and add it to the cream cheese along with 10 coarsely chopped Oreo cookies.
Gently mix until a homogeneous filling is obtained.
Pour the filling obtained on the layer of biscuits and level as much as possible.
Cover the cake with the remaining crumbled Oreos (those set aside at the beginning of the process) and refrigerate to cool for at least 6 hours.
Remove the Oreo cake from the springform pan, place on a serving plate, decorate with the remaining biscuits and serve.
And here is a slice of my delicious Oreo Cake: P